“As the twig is bent, so is the tree,” –B.J. Palmer
It’s shocking to witness the marked increase in the number of children who have poor posture today. This is likely related to our youth’s over reliance on technology, which has made the lives of our children increasingly sedentary.
We now see children who present with conditions that were previously only seen in adults. The structural collapse of the skeleton may play a contributing role in myriad aches, pains and unexplained health problems. The skeleton is the framework of support for all the body’s systems, including nervous, circulatory, respiratory, and digestive system functions. The question is, how can we correct these problems and make sure that children grow up to have good posture?
Introducing our solution to this modern ‘epidemic’….