Like you, I keep looking for better ways to help patients out of their ill-health predicaments. Specifically, I look for that deep meaning of what the person’s musculoskeletal system is trying to say to me while I look at their posture.
So much gets revealed to me through posture evaluations. Standing in front of us is a person – usually feeling pain, loss, fear and anger, and with or without acceptance of the distortions they have become. I understand; I have fear about losing my ability to be a recreational athlete and move around without pain. The loss of physical function terrifies me. Looking into the eyes of my patient while I begin to look at their posture creates a “real moment.”
Read more: www.dynamicchiropractic.com/mpacms/dc/article.php?id=54530 (Posture Evaluations, Part 1)