Posture and Ergonomics

The way we move and use our bodies, the activities we do and our work place ergonomic can influence our posture. Repeated activities and ergonomics are the underlying issue with many of the musculoskeletal conditions and pain presentations that Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and Massage Therapists treat on a daily basis.

Many chronic pain conditions may respond favourably once posture and the contributing ergonomic factors have been addressed in the work place.

At Move, we are very passionate about working with people who really want to improve their posture and the way they use their body everyday to improve their musculoskeletal and general health.

We believe posture is a critical thing to address for anyone who is serious about creating change in their pain and function. It is possible to assist postural patterns with ‘hands on’ therapies and the best results and lasting changes are usually achieved when the aggravating factors, such as ergonomics, are addressed. Patients that engage in a consistent strength and exercise regime and stretching can also achieve good results.  

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