HAPPILY SERVING THE COMMUNITY OF: LYNNWOOD, WA AND SURROUNDING AREAS
Osborne Chiropractic and Massage Clinic
How We Help
Our medical professionals have trained eyes and will assess your posture through a brief screening.
Once we’ve identified the hidden damage, we will develop a treatment plan to help you develop proper biomechanical alignment and strengthen the muscles that are causing your pain.
Your treatment plan may include multiple methods of treatment, including medical massage, chiropractic care, and specially chosen stretches and exercises.
Typically, problems with one set of muscles lead to other problems. Resolving your posture problems tends to help resolve a series of related biomechanical issues in your muscles and tissues.
Following your treatment program, you will experience relief from pain and enjoy increased health and a more functional range of motion.
Our treatment philosophy is based on the idea that pain and other symptoms of poor health are signals we can read in order to find and address the underlying issues. In working with you to improve your posture, our medical and professional staff will do more than mask your pain and symptoms with a prescription or surgical solution. Using the physical medicine approach, we will solve your health problems naturally and efficiently, guiding you back to whole health.
Call us today at (425) 774-8600 to Schedule a FREE, no-obligation consultation.
We all know that we need good posture, but do we really know why?
So many of us spend our days at a computer desk, and we tend to hold our bodies in tense, misaligned positions. Here’s what could be happening in your body when you sit or stand with improper alignment:
Your intestines (viscera) can be compressed into a smaller space and become less efficient.
Your circulation may be decreased due to reduced blood flow.
Your chest muscles can tighten inward and cause pain in your neck, shoulder, and back.
You may have weakened arches in your feet, causing overpronation, which can lead to other issues in your musculoskeletal system.
Your hip flexors can tighten and cause lower back pain.
Your neck muscles can tighten and cause pain.
All of these issues can cause a chain reaction of other events in your body.