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Bob Seeker

Can chiropractor actually straighten posture permanently?

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@Bob Seeker My son had scoliosis and was close to needing a back brace when diagnosed at 14.

Chiropractic care straightened his back and now he's 28. He hasn't been to the Chiropractor now in years and has no major issues.

I guess it would depend on what your diagnosis is?

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A massage therapist who is familiar with pressure point therapy can help with that. That’s the path I’m on because I have a friend who is a gifted massage therapist. I know that permanent correction is out of the question for me due to old injuries combined with habitual wear and tear. As time goes by I seem to require fewer visits per year though. A good Chiropractor who isn’t driven primarily over making a dollar is probably your best find if you can find one. Just my opinion though.


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Although not permanent, one pressure point therapy session immediately straightens my posture. How long it lasts depends basically on how conscious I stay during the lifting of heavy objects and doing hard work.


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"We have to bless the living crap out of everyone." - Matt Kahn

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@Bob Seeker If you don't have any permanent damage, look for the Alexander technique teacher in your area. Will do you more good than chiropractic. 

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