Emre first attended the North Sydney Spine and Health Centre in August 2014 with a history of chronic lower back pain which sent pain into his left leg all the way down to the ankle.
Postural therapy was applied by Dr Tom Terrell, and Emre responded very well, with the pain down his leg and lower back pain decreasing significantly. Emre continued his therapy and the pain levels continued to drop, eventually disappearing to allow him to return to a range of activities his pain had prevented him from doing. As well as this Emre noticed a massive change in his posture and his body started to hold itself in a much better position.
Things to notice on Emre’s posture assessments:
– Head and shoulders back
– No longer leaning over to the right
– Body standing upright, taking the pressure away from Emre’s lower back, and reducing the strain on the lumbar discs.
If you have lower back pain or a lumbar disc injury, visit a chiropractor at North Sydney or Crows Nest Spine and Health. We are Sydney’s back pain and Posture Experts!
David first visited North Sydney Spine and Health in April 2015 complaining of sharp lower back pain especially with exercise and lifting his young daughter. He also felt he was lacking full energy and needed postural improvement.
Since undergoing postural therapy with Dr Adam Schober, David has “not had any episodes of the back locking up.” He also feels he is walking taller and has noticed he has better eating habits as he feels his overall wellbeing has improved.
Things to Notice
– Head back and looking forward
– Chest out and looks fuller
– Shoulders back
– Pelvis level
Do you have chronic lower back pain from exercise? Visit a chiropractor at Sydney’s Spine and Health in North Sydney or Crows Nest for an initial assessment and we can advise the best way to fix your back pain!
Therese first visited the Crows Nest Chiropractic Clinic in July of 2014 after becoming aware that she had poor posture in her office. Although she rarely experienced pain, Therese noticed that she wasn’t sleeping well, that she had low energy levels and felt slouched.
Since undergoing postural therapy with Dr Adrienne Leahy, Therese has noticed vast improvement in her overall wellbeing. She’s sleeping better, standing straighter and breathing easier. She’s also noticed that she doesn’t use her asthma medication as often as before and that she has more energy during the day.
Things to Notice:
– Eyes looking to the horizon
– Head/Shoulders back
– Chest up and out
– Pelvis Level
If you have poor posture and trouble sleeping and breathing, visit a chiropractor at Crowsnest or North Sydney Spine and Health on the North Shore- we are experts in posture and back pain.