Backs in Action Publishes Important Basics for Posture

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Backs in Action has recently published a blog that tells 4 ways to improve posture. The blog can be found at

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By practicing these 4 techniques, you should be standing tall and proud in no time

Chiropractors in Vancouver, Backs in Action Wellness Center, have recently published a blog telling all the important basics of posture and why it is important for overall health. In the blog that can be found at, the experienced chiropractors from Vancouver have explained 4 easy ways to improve posture. The blog uses a scientific approach in explaining the shape of the spinal cord and how its alignment is crucial for good posture.

According to the blog, “Important Basics for Posture”, the 4 techniques of improving posture are:

  • Balloon Imagery
  • Cat Cow Stretch
  • Shoulder Blade Squeezes
  • Child’s Pose

“Posture is the way you hold your body when standing, sitting or performing tasks,” states a representative from Backs in Action. “When one has good posture, it means that the vertebrae (bones of the spine) are aligned. By practicing these 4 techniques, you should be standing tall and proud in no time. We believe these can help improve your posture and prevent lower back pain in 2015. If you or anyone you know needs a postural evaluation, don’t hesitate to email or give our office a call for an appointment. We are happy to help everyone and we are accepting new patients. Healthy posture leads to a healthy spine!”

About Backs in Action
Backs in Action is a Vancouver Chiropractic Clinic that provides a wide range of services for its clients, which are all focused on helping to relieve pain and encourage a balanced and enjoyable life. The team at Backs in Action consists of passionate and committed individuals, who are all highly skilled in their areas of expertise. Backs in Action is located in Suite #203 at 1750 East 10th Avenue, in Vancouver, British Columbia. For more information call 604-876-9977 or visit the website

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