Spinal & Postural Screenings in Fountain Valley
Stand Taller & Form Better Posture
At Coast Physical Medicine, we perform spinal and postural screening with a variety of tools, including digital X-rays, physical exams, and visual assessments. Our Fountain Valley chiropractor may ask about any areas of stress or pain when at rest or when performing specific activities to help identify your specific problems during the screening. Our main goal is to give you the proper alignment and balance you need to gain better posture and maintain it.
What To Expect
During a spinal and posture screening, you will stand straight and still and follow our instructions to show your alignment, balance, range of motion, and flexibility. After the screening, the chiropractor will go over your results and discuss treatment plans that may include chiropractic care, special pain management exercises, or lifestyle modifications. It's best to have another spinal and posture screening in a few months to check your progress so we can ensure no complications arise.
The Benefits of Spinal & Postural Screenings
Putting in the effort to improve your posture has huge payoffs. Good posture is also known as a neutral spine, and when this happens, the muscles surrounding the spine are balanced and supporting the body equally.
A few of the benefits patients can expect to receive include:
- Reduced Lower back pain
- Fewer headaches
- Decreased tension in shoulders and neck
- Increased lung capacity
- Reduced TMJ pain
- Better circulation & digestion
“I have been a patient of John Warren for a few years and he has been very professional and knowledgeable in his field of Chiropractic and Related Injuries with results. The office staff from the front desk to the other service offered are very helpful.”- Mark S.
“Very professional staff who are always happy to see you. Zero wait time with an appointment. Highly effective treatment. Thank you.”- Chad T.
“Staff and doctors are always friendly and professional. Location is clean and welcoming. Best of all, the doctors are very good at explaining issues, spending time to discuss options and being engaged with their patients during treatment and recovery.”- Chuck B.