Does your child have poor posture?
First impressions are incredibly important. Poor posture is always noticed and remembered. You may forget a person’s clothes, words or facial features but not their posture. Telling your child to sit up straight or not to slouch is only the first step, but slouching is not always the root cause of poor posture.
Every movement, regardless of whether it is performed while lying down, sitting or standing, exerts pressure and force on the joints, ligaments, bones and muscles. This force alters the biomechanical structure of the child leading to deformity and early joint damage/wear and tear. When your body is properly aligned, the bones, not muscles support our weight, reducing overall effort and strain.