Vancouver Massage Therapy for Posture

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So many of us are working from home, sitting at a computer screen for many hours a day or spending endless amounts of time on our phones slouching forward. These things can have a serious effect on our posture. Poor posture can put a major strain on our physical health as well as our mental health. If you currently suffer from poor posture, or are simply looking to maintain healthy posture, you may want to consider Vancouver Massage Therapy for posture. 

Massage Therapy is a wonderful way to relax tense muscles with the use of pressure and long strokes throughout the neck & shoulders. It is also good for your health and many research studies have shown the efficacy of massage therapy as a treatment for bad posture and back pain. Studies have also shown that massage therapy can significantly improve shoulder range of motion. Lower back pain is another problem that can arise from poor posture. Vancouver Massage Therapy for posture can often have a significant improvement for those suffering from lower back pain.  

Of course there are many ways that we can go about the day to improve our posture. Simply remembering to sit up straight. Regular exercise and stretching as well as spending less time in front of the television. Making these changes can make a world of difference in keeping our bodies aligned. 

Broadway Wellness is an integrative healthcare clinic founded in 2004, focused around a group of Vancouver Registered Massage Therapists, also offering Registered Acupuncture, Reflexology and Naturopathic Medicine, in Vancouver BC, along the Broadway Corridor.  Broadway Wellness moved and expanded to 3 blocks East to 610 2525 Willow Street in Summer of 2019. You can have a look at our therapists bios here.  To book an appointment online click here.

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