Postural correction education is most commonly associated with Spinal Care, however it is not limited to the spine. Physiotherapist do help patients with postural correction to treat different injuries.
Part of good health maintenance is to check a child's back (from infancy through adolescence) to make sure the back looks normal and, if concerned, a doctor should be immediately consulted.
Revival Conducts Spine Care Classes for:
- Back Discipline
- Correction of Scoliosis
- Kyphotic scoliosis
- Postural Care
Management guide lines – for Spinal Care:
- Learn self management - engage patient in all activities, movements and postures, ergonomic adaptation of work or home environment
- Demonstrate awareness of neck, pelvic position and movements - kinesthesia training cervical scapular motions, pelvic tilts, natural spine
- Demonstrating safe postures - Practice positions and movements and experience effects on spine
- Initiating neuro muscular control of stabilizing muscles - Basic stabilization arm and leg motions
- Safely perform basic ADL & progress to IADLS - roll, sit, stand and walk with safe postures
- Progress awareness and control of spinal alignment - practice achieve spinal control in pain free positions and with all exercises and activities, practice posture correction
- Learn safe body mechanics - functional exercises to prepare for safe mechanics, practice stable spine lifts, push / pull activities
- Developed healthy exercises habits for self management - engage patient in all activities and educate as to benefits of maintaining fitness level and safe body mechanics
"Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth"
Buddha (563 BC-483 BC) Founder of Buddhism.