Last updated on March 22nd, 2019
Let’s admit it, most of us are looking for some way to quickly easily and effectively help us correct our posture. The good news, this may be even more possible than ever.
There are enormous gains in knowledge and understanding of how our body works. Through research and clinical trials we have discovered ways to achieve great looking posture!
To improve your posture check out the various “posture correctors”. In each subject you will find the answer to the question do posture correctors work and how they correct posture.
Posture correctors is an umbrella term referring to ways of helping you improve your posture. There are 5 main categories.
- Posture Braces
- Posture Exercises
- Posture Education
- Posture Experts
- Secondary Posture Helpers
1. Posture Braces
Products you wear daily. From high tech to simple straps. Check out the best rated posture corrector braces and learn more about Posture Braces.
2. Posture Exercises
There are known common muscles that need to be addressed to improve posture such as in this article “Muscles to Lengthen for Better Posture.”
3. Posture Education
The more you know about your own body the better equipped you are to make decisions on what to do and not do. Check out “what is good posture.”
4. Posture Experts
Practitioners who specialize in correcting posture can be a great asset in refining and expediting your improvement. Where do you find the right one for you? Coming soon… Posture Expert Directory
5. Secondary Posture Helpers
This category includes things that are known to help support primary posture correctors. A good example is posture corrector pillows or blue-blocker glasses.
Dr. Paul Paez, DC, NRT, NET, CMT
National Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic (DC), trained in clinical nutrition (NRT), neuro-emotional release (NET), and Massage Therapy (CMT). Dr. Paul holds the rare triple distinction of Certified Posture Expert, Certified Posture Neurologist and Certified Posture Ergonomist by the American Posture Institute. Posture Possible is the very best resource for posture information.