Posture Month & Posture Challenge PART 3

Posture: What you can do

Just to catch you up, in the last two weeks we have talked about posture because it’s national posture month! In the first part of our blog, we addressed what posture is, in our second blog, we discussed the effects of good and bad posture. If you haven’t read them, go back in our blog reel, and check them out. If you are all caught up, then this is where it gets exciting. We are going to look at a few things you can do to improve your posture.

Dr. Hebdon’s Cactus Pose for posture relief.

Posture while sitting tips.

  • Make sure that you are sitting hips in line with your shoulders in line with your ears.
  • Make sure that you take periodic breaks. Get up and walk around!
  • Also, make sure you are not crossing your legs while sitting.
  • Prop up your computer so that when you look at the screen it is in line with your gaze, and you are not looking down.

We hope that you enjoyed our monthly blog in three parts. If you want to learn more about your posture and how our office can help you call us at (615) 375-7100. You can also join us on our social media or YouTube channels. Stay tuned for some more great ways to improve your overall wellbeing and your health.

This has been Dr. Hebdon on Posture Month. My staff and I wish you all the best!


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