Rounded shoulders or a hunched stance may seem like they’re set in stone by the time we
reach a certain age, but even if your posture has been a problem for years, it’s possible to make
There are a few things you can do at home or at the office to make sure you’re sitting upright.
The key is making tine to strengthen muscles in your upper back, core, and chest.
Some exercises that will help improve core strength include:
- Planks (hold a push-up position while propped up on your elbows, or high plank – holding the position on your hands)
- Sit-ups and crunches to tighten your abdominal muscles
Visit a Chiropractor in Ann Arbor for Help with Poor Posture
If you have poor posture because of pain in your neck, shoulders, or upper back, it could be a
sign of a larger, underlying problem. Seeing a chiropractor can help! A specific structural
chiropractor like Dr. Gessert can diagnose and correct the cause of your pain, not just the
symptoms, giving you longer lasting relief.
Contact Pivotal Chiropractic today for a complimentary consultation!