To comply with the latest health guidelines to limit physical interactions, The Posture Lounge announces that its chiropractic services can now be conducted through video chat. The goal is to teach patients how to stretch the affected area to minimize the pain and hasten recovery.
More details can be found at https://www.posturelounge.com/appointment.html
The launch satisfies the need of many patients looking for professional home therapy. Led by Dr. Melinda Richardson, D.C., CMT, the clinic explains that people still need to have access to high-quality chiropractic care despite the pandemic. Moreover, the online consultations do not require patients to buy any new equipment – all they would need is a stable surface where they can safely perform some of the postures.
People visit their chiropractors for a neuromuscular disorder, particularly those involving the spine. Through gentle manipulation, a trained chiropractor can improve muscular functionality and reduce pain. That said, chiropractors around the world agree on preventive measures and often teach patients how to stretch their muscles correctly to avoid any recurrence.
This is what the virtual chiropractor sessions offer. Dr. Melinda works with patients on the correct posture or stances they need to do every day to realign their spine or adjust their body. She explains that poor posture is the main cause of back pain and teaches patients simple steps they can incorporate into their daily lives.
Interested patients are encouraged to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with the clinic. There, Dr. Melinda and her team will assess the specific needs of the patient and design a customized recovery plan.
The Posture Lounge takes pride in its personalized care programs that combine traditional chiropractic therapy with the latest research in alternative medicine.
A satisfied patient wrote, “I had pain in my right neck, shoulder, back, arm, and hand. Dr. Melinda took a digital photo of my posture and right away pointed that I was unbalanced. She gave me tips on how I can change some bad habits and gave me the best adjustment and care I could pray for.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.posturelounge.com/appointment.html
The Posture Lounge
The Posture Lounge
1706 Willow St
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