Posture is defined as how you hold your body at all times.
Regardless of the type of posture you have, the most important component of a good posture is that the spine be in a neutral and non-compromised position. Your posture is a window to the condition of your spine health and overall health therefore it is important to have an appropriate posture.
As working has gone virtual prolonged sitting from working in front of a computer and working from home, all add up and cause additional stress to the body.
Join us to discuss some tips and tricks on what we should be focusing on to help alleviate the stress that can come from poor posture.
Dr. Kelly Wang, DC, ChiroPath Spine & Posture Centre, is a chiropractor who specializes in corrective chiropractic care and specifically posture correction. Participants will be able to take way with tips to protect their spine and improve their posture in the comfort of their own home.
Discussion topics for Roundtable participants
What kind of things do you engage in at home to facilitate better posture?
What does your workstation look like?
How many hours a day are you sitting/standing?
What kind of exercises do you do for your spine?
How do you prevent getting the “Text neck?”
What kind of things do you avoid doing to protect your spine?
Dr. Yuxin (Kelly) Wang received her doctor of chiropractic degree from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California, where she graduated magna cum laude. Prior to her doctorate degree, she graduated with Hons. Bachelor of Sciences from the University of Toronto with high distinction. Dr. Wang has extensive post-graduate training in corrective chiropractic care, she is a certified practitioner in the Chiropractic BioPhysics CBP® technique. Dr. Wang has over 250 hours of training in Gonstead, a specific full spine chiropractic technique. Dr. Wang has over 50+ hours in soft tissue techniques, including Active Release Techniques ®. Her volunteer work ranges from serving world-class athletes at the Santa Rosa Ironman Triathlon in California, to underprivileged communities in Mexico and El Salvador. Dr. Wang is also the co-founder of Little Spine Mission Trip, an annual chiropractic mission trip providing complementary chiropractic care to over 500 children in the city of Shanghai.Register Now
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