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3 Tips to Improve Posture

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Monday, May 22, 2017

When it comes to your neck and back pain, your chiropractor wants you to know that posture plays a huge role in your overall wellness. All of those times your mother told you to "stop slouching" and "sit up straight," she was actually giving you good advice. If you are struggling to maintain your chiropractic adjustments or are finding that back pain and neck pain are common problems for you, the team at Nichols Chiropractic, a Manhattan, KS chiropractic clinic, wants you to know these three tips for improving your posture.

Where Have All the Post X-Rays Gone?

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

This is the sixth blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Studies Link Poor Posture & Asthma

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Monday, July 18, 2016

Do you work with children in your office? Are you overlooking significant comorbidities associated with poor posture and back pain that can be seriously affecting your pediatric patients’ development?

3 Marketing Strategies: Ways to Attract New Patients by Assessing Posture

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Thursday, June 30, 2016

Just by reading the title of this article you probably did what…?

You saw the word “posture” and you instantly shifted in your chair noticing that your shoulders were forward and you are slumped in your seat, am I right?

Cervical Curve Remodeling [Infographic]

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Monday, May 09, 2016

This is the third infographic in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Case Study: Cervical Curve Remodeling for Headache Patients [Infographic]

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Tuesday, April 05, 2016

This is the second infographic in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Headache Patients Need Cervical Curve Remodeling

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Thursday, March 10, 2016

This is the second blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 



Consider this. If we as spine care experts were successfully correcting posture (i.e. restoring sagittal balance and improving global spinal alignment) on a consistent and predictable basis, our clinic door hinges would be worn out from all the new patients rushing in requesting posture correction (i.e. spinal correction). The unfortunate reality is; this is not currently the case for most clinics. 

Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture [Infographic]

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Friday, February 19, 2016

 

This is the first of many blogs, infographics, and eBooks in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Posture Awareness and Correction In Your Community: Take The Lead!

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Thursday, February 11, 2016

It’s obvious that Posture has become the new buzzword surrounding physical health and wellbeing over the past few years. We don’t have to look very far to understand why. Though there are many potential causes for poor posture, there’s no doubt the most widespread cause of our current posture dilemma is a direct result of our obsession with and our dependence on mobile devices. Tablets, smartphones and other technologies are not only a luxury but a necessity in our day-to-day lives.