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Posture Medic Brace to Correct Bad Posture While You Sit and Stand

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

Dr. Walter Salubro Reviews the Posture Medic Brace. In Maple, Vaughan Ontario. Back To Health Chiropractic Centre. 

Finally a product that works to improve posture, prevent slouching, and correct bad posture habits. Introducing Posture Medic Brace.

Get your Posture Medic Brace today. Call (905) 303-1009

We carry all sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL. See sizing chart below to help you choose your size. Or come visit us and we will set you up with the size that is right for you.

Sizes available:
XS – Blue/grey – (extra small) is suitable for children.
S – Red – (small) is suitable for teens and petite adults.
M – Green – (medium) is suitable for average adults.
L – Yellow – (large) is suitable for adults with moderately broad shoulders.
XL – Black – (extra large) is suitable for adults very broad shoulder girth.

See sizing guide below.

Newest Video Review of Posture Medic Brace

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Posture Medic Brace Size Guide (Chart)

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The Posture Medic Brace helps to:

  • Pull your shoulders back to prevent slouching shoulders and back.
  • Keep your head more aligned with your shoulders which alleviates muscles tension in the neck, shoulders and upper back.
  • Open up your chest which gets constricted with slouching posture. This helps improve breathing.
  • Strengthen your mid-back muscles which contributes to improved posture

Who is Posture Medic Brace for?

The Posture Medic Brace can very useful to you if …

  • You sit at the computer at work or home for more than 30 minutes at a time.
  • You stand for more than 30 minutes at a time either a work or at home.
  • You use handheld devices, like smart phones, tablets and laptops
  • You have bad posture or slouch.
  • You have upper back, neck and shoulder tension.
  • Your child/teenager has bad posture.
  • Your child/teenager slouches.
  • Your child/teenager carry’s heavy backpacks.
  • Your child sits with the computer/laptop/tablet or plays video games.

Call today to get your Posture Medic Brace for yourself and your child. Our patients that use it love and so will you. It’s practical and it works. And I, (Dr. Walter, see video and picures), use one myself because I stand most of the day and use a computer throughout the day.

Call today at (905) 303-1009. 

The price for Posture Medic Brace is $49.99 plus tax.

We are located in Maple, Ontario. Call today. (905) 303-1009.

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The 5 Most Destructive Postures From Using Personal Electronic Devices Such As Smart Phones, Laptops, Tablets And Video Games

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

Dr. Walter Salubro, Chiropractor In Maple (Vaughan) Gives A Chiropractic Perspective On Overuse Of Electronic Media Devices And Posture Problems 

It’s a modern, fast-paced age of technology and social media and the overuse of using handheld devices has skyrocketed. It seems that people of all ages, from infants to seniors are now using portable media players and handheld electronic devices.

If you find yourself in any of these positions when using your personal electronic device, you are putting undue strain, stress and pressure on the muscles, discs and nerves of your spinal column.

It may lead to a kink in your neck or tightness in your shoulders today, but in 10 to 20 years, it can lead to degenerative arthritic changes, chronic spinal misalignments and decades of stress on your nervous system (the master control system of your body).

The 5 Most Destructive Postures From Using Personal Electronic Devices Such As Smart Phones, Laptops, Tablets And Video Games

#5. Sitting With Your Laptop 

Laptop Use

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#4. Lying Down While Using Your Laptop In Bed 

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#3. Slouching While Playing Video Games 

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#2. Flexing Your Neck While Using Your Tablet 

Tablet Use On Sofa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#1. Forward Head Position And Neck Flexion While Texting With Your Smart Phone 

 Texting With Smarthphone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chronic, repetitive overuse of handheld electronic devices in bad postural positions as shown above can lead to an array of pains and discomforts, like muscle strains, neck pain, back pain and headaches. As well, over many years and decades, it can lead to spinal degenerative arthritis.

Now is the time to change your habits when using these devices. And now is the time to teach your children better postural habits when using such devices. 

Be smart. Think about your future health and well-being today. We all use these devices on a daily basis as they have the infiltrated our modern social living. Start today to be mindful of your body positions and posture when using handheld electronic devices. Better choices today for better living tomorrow.  

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How To Prevent Slouching And Correct Your Posture With The Posture Medic Brace

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Dr. Walter Salubro, Chiropractor in Maple, Ontario, reviews the Posture Medic Brace and demonstrates how to wear it.

Posture Medic Brace Posture Perfector Posture CorrectionThe Posture Medic brace is a nice, effective and easy-to-use posture correcting brace that prevents slouching.

How do you know if you have bad posture? Here are some things to look for:

  1. Do you have rounded shoulders?
  2. Do you carry your head forward past your shoulders?
  3. Is one shoulder lower then the other?
  4. Is your upper back rounded?
  5. Do you have a hump at the top of your back?
  6. Does your pelvis (hips) shift forward?

Bad posture can cause shifts on your spinal bones, pressure on your nerves and discs and tension on your muscles.

Often times, bad posture leads to:

  1. Neck pains
  2. Back pains
  3. Headaches
  4. Fatigue
  5. Lack of energy
  6. Muscles tension and tightness
  7. Limited mobility
  8. Spinal degeneration / arthritis

Some simple changes in your daily activities help prevent postural problems from developing or progressing, like:

  1. Correcting your computer station/desk for optimum ergonomics.
  2. Avoid flexing or bending your neck when you text or use your smart phone or tablet devices.
  3. Sleeping with a good pillow.
  4. Wearing a posture correcting brace like the Posture Medic brace (see Video 1 and Video 2 below).

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I really like the Posture Medic brace and have recommended it to many of my patients. It’s actually a great compliment to my patient’s chiropractic care. The Posture Medic brace was originally called the Posture Perfector. It’s the same great product, just with a different name. The Posture Medic brace comes with a pamphlet that gives you easy-to-follow instructions for use and posture exercise suggestions.

The Posture Medic comes in different sizes so it can give the right amount of posture correction for your specific body type and size.

If you would like more information about the Posture Medic brace, call our office at (905) 303-1009.

Watch Video 1 and Video 2 below to see how the Posture Medic works and how easy it is to wear.

Video 1:  Posture Medic Brace Review By Dr. Walter Salubro

 Video 2:  How To Wear The Posture Medic Brace

If you would like more information about the Posture Medic brace, call our office at (905) 303-1009.