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man sitting next to spine modelClinical Biomechanics of Posture®, also known as CBP, helps produce optimal posture and spinal alignment. As your spine assumes a more competent relationship with gravity, symptoms like pain will diminish so health can return.

Why is Posture Important?

Not only does maintaining proper posture help keep your spinal bones functioning properly, but it’s also important for optimal circulation, nerve flow and promotes healthy muscles and ligaments.

When your posture is less than optimal, problems can flare up throughout the body–not just near your spine. Sometimes, we find that knee problems, foot pain, and even shoulder issues and beyond can be related to bad posture.

What to Expect

After symptomatic relief, patients are offered the option to pursue corrective care. This is where dramatic, longer-lasting spinal changes are made. This is done through a specific protocol of adjustments, traction and exercise.

Adjustments help restore segmental integrity to the spine, decrease abnormal weight distribution and avoid spinal degeneration.
Traction delivers a constant force to help retrain and remodel the spine to counter the effects of long-standing postural distortions.
Exercises, designed for each patient’s particular spinal abnormality, are used to strengthen weaker areas of the spine.

Learn More Today

With high levels of patient involvement and objective standards used to measure success, we think you’ll find excellent results in corrective spinal work. Learn more today about how we can help when you call to book an appointment.

We look forward to welcoming you into our care!