In Perfect Symmetry

By Beverly Hills Posture – a posture & rehabilitation institute and more


Leave a comment

Exercises to Strengthen the Upper Back-

Let’s face it, many of us have back issues and often in the upper to middle back range. The Upper and Middle Back, or Thoracic Spine, is made up of discs, muscles, ligaments and twelve vertebrae, making it the longest part of your back. Upper back pain can occur anywhere from the base of your neck to the bottom of your rib cage. The pain associated with the upper back is often related to posture, muscle strain or injury. For many of us, the time we spend seated at our computers, takes a huge toll. In fact some may have to sit at a computer for up to 9 hours each day, which not only can lead to bad posture but can also eventually cause neck and shoulder irritation.excercises for the upper back

So, what is our message to you?… Make sure to incorporate a few back exercises into your everyday routine!  It’s so important. When the exercises are performed daily, they will aid in improving posture and strengthening the muscles. The exercises can even be thrown into your regular workout routine. If you don’t have back pain at the moment, it’s still a good idea to incorporate a few exercises anyway so that you’re that much more prepared for the future. Building a stronger back is never a bad idea and these exercises are quick, easy and you guessed it… painless.

.       .      .

Below, our Instructor Monica beautifully demonstrates three of our favorite upper back exercises. Thanks Monica!

.

If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.

Advertisements


Leave a comment

Becoming More GMO Aware-

gmoawareness.org, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified food

pic by gmoaware.com

Remember the old saying “you are what you eat,” this comes to mind when discussing what exactly is being done to our food today. Many may not know what a “GMO” is or how to keep an eye out for them so we thought we’d share a few of the facts in order to better inform our readers, clients and community, making their grocery shopping that much healthier and less stressful…

So here it is:

GMO stands for Genetically Modified Organisms, they are “plants or animals that have undergone a process wherein scientists alter their genes with DNA from different species of living organisms, bacteria, or viruses to get desired traits such as resistance to disease or tolerance of pesticides….” In other words, they are not natural.

“The Big 6” chemical companies such as Monsanto, Dow, Dupoint, Syngenta, BASF, and Bayer have all led the charge in this, Monsanto being the main. Monsanto was originally a drug company. They have manufactured some of the world’s most destructive chemicals, such as: Agent Orange, PCBs and DDT. Their very first product was saccharin for Coca-Cola, which was a derivative of coal tar that was later linked to bladder cancer. Today they are the head of the Genetically Modified Organisms that are being put on our family tables.
GMO’s have actually been banned in thirty countries and labeling is required in many others including Australia, Europe & Japan (to name a few). Why not in America? What are they not telling us & why wouldn’t they want us to know what is in our food? It’s a question that haunts many of us daily & while we unfortunately cannot repeal the decisions that have been made thus far on our food & it’s labeling, we can still become more aware of our choices while shopping in general.
lifeisawesome.com80-percent-gmos, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified food

pic by lifeisawesome.com

.                   .                      . soya-83087_640, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified foodpop-corn-785074_640, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified foodplant-857082_640, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified food.                    .

So how does one avoid GMOs?

The basics:
  1. Look for the labels. USDA Organic & The Non GMO Project are just a few examples. If you see “USDA organic” or “Non GMO” then your GMO safe for sure. It’s always good to go organic but USDA organic is a sure thing. They prohibited the use of GMOs in the production and handling of organic products in October of 2002.
  2. Eat more nuts, fruits & veggies. It’s much easier to find produce that is GMO free, just check the most recent GMO crop list and buy accordingly. If you need something on that list, just make sure it’s USDA organic. An excellent website and ap for confirming which foods are truly organic is: The non GMO Project and the Non GMO Project Shopping Guide ap. Wikipedia also keeps an updated list within their pages. We printed a few out and left them on our board for people to take. It’s always good to have a copy on hand for reference.
  3. Research your sources on meat. Meat can be tricky as the animals are often fed GMO products. Research must be done to find out which of your local farms raise GMO free meat and which stores support them. Make sure to cover all bases- milk, cheese, eggs, chicken, pork and beef.
  4. Know your additives. Corn, Canola, soy, cotton and sugar beets can all end up as additives within packaged food. Be aware of things like corn syrup, various oils, dyes, flavoring, etc. 70% of packaged foods contain GMOs. There are many companies who refuse to use GMOs. A few of them can be found at GMO Awareness.com.
  5. Keep updated on the GMO list (it grows longer & longer each year). Again, wikipedia is pretty good with the updates (see link above). Today the full list consists of: Alfalfa, Canola/Rapeseed, Corn, Cotton (cottonseed oil), Papaya (Hawaiian), Potato (food & starch), Peas, Rice, Soybeans, Squash (zucchini/courgette), Sugar Beet, Sugarcane, Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes, Wheat and the newest addition- Arctic Apples.
  6. Grow your own food do the research, plant your own vegetables,  and do it yourself.
Start these basics and create a plan that works for you and your family. At the very least, lets start the conversation. You can also sign the petition, if you’d like your voice to be heard on this matter. The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed H.R. 1599, otherwise known as the Deny Americans the Right to Know or DARK Act. Not only would it block all states from labeling genetically engineered foods, but it would also make it much harder for the FDA to ever mandate national labeling. If we’re going to stop this bill from becoming law, we need to show the Senate and President Obama how serious we are about GMO labeling. The more signatures against the DARK Act, the better.
.
wsj.com, body, diet, fitness, food, health, lifestyle, rehabilitation, what you eat, you are what you eat, groceries, gmo, genetically modified food

pic by the wall street journal

 If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.


Leave a comment

Quote of the Day from #BevHillsPosture

We thought we’d share a quote today, by Joseph H. Pilates:

body, mind, spine, Chiropractic care, beverly hills

For those who don’t know, Pilates was actually named after its inventor- Joseph Pilates. He believed that the modern lifestyle, bad posture, and inefficient breathing lay at the roots of poor health. Due to that belief, he devised a series of exercises, training-techniques and methods for the purpose of rehabilitation. Many of his moves were inspired by yoga or created after the observance of animals. He then engineered all of the equipment that would be required to teach his methods properly. Once he had his tools he began working with injured soldiers and fatigued dancers. With all of his patients, he made sure to put a special focus on the core postural muscles, which helps to keep the body balanced and provide support for the spine. Joseph H. Pilates was a genius (in our humble opinion) and has been an incredible method of rehabilitation and fitness for nearly a hundred years. In fact, his methods are widely used within our own chiropractic practice.

If you are new to Pilates, have a few questions or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.

GYROTONIC® feautred at Beverly Hills Posture


Leave a comment

GYROTONIC® – physical therapy and fitness training for the body, mind and spirit

Status Update (Facebook)

By Gyrotonic

Below is a recent email from musician, Mary Ann Vorasky about how her GYROTONIC® practice has impacted her life, and her work as an artist:  

I am currently receiving Gyrotonic lessons at Walker Ozar’s Chiropractic Clinic (Beverly Hills Posture) in Beverly Hills, CA and it is really helping change some longstanding postural issues of mine, as well as supporting me in new ways of being in the world, so I decided to write to you to tell you about it. I have seen interviews with Juliu Horvath in which he says we should feel ease while performing the movements so that we could sing while doing them, and that is why I am writing you. I recently wrote a new song (I’m a singer/songwriter/musician) and sang it to my Gyrotonic teacher, Louis Flores, yesterday in the lesson.

I was amazed how easily the song flowed out of me while I was doing leg work, lying on the table. I also felt so open in my hips, and that is really a major change from how I began, when, with knees bent, I could barely move my right leg outward.

Louis Training a client on the GYROTONIC® Pulley Tower Combination Unit, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls California

Louis Training a client on the GYROTONIC® Pulley Tower Combination Unit

I still have much healing/rehab work to do, but I just wanted to tell you how happy I am to be receiving the Gyrotonic lessons, which I am using my health insurance to help me pay for.

Here is a link to my new song:
https://soundcloud.com/buttercookie/tell-me-do

Along with my developing physical movement comes new emotional awareness, and the song itself describes some of this process. I am learning how to accept who I am as I am, even as I am changing through this work, letting old posture and emotional pain go. It’s amazing!

I am currently planning a music video for this song in which I hope to feature the choreography/dance of Cati Jean and Le Fleur des Sens.

Also, here is a link to my new website which has a few videos of other songs of mine from a house concert I performed last month: http://maryannvorasky.com/

If Juliu Horvath or other Gyrotonic or Gyrokinesis teachers would like to use some of my music or songs for their work, I would be honored.

-Mary Ann Vorasky

If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.


Leave a comment

Quick and easy to remember fitness tips

Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls CaliforniaHere are a few tips we’ve gleaned from across the Web to help you get and stay on the right path toward lifelong wellness.

Admit your weaknesses.  If you have an exercise or set of exercises that you don’t like to do, do them.  If you are avoiding them, you are probably weak in that area.  Forcing yourself to do them not only increases your discipline, it also will help balance your workouts.

Save time and muscle Keep weight workouts under an hour.  After an hour, research shows that your body will start to produce more Cortisol which tends to have a muscle wasting effect.

We still like sit-ups!  Sit-ups have gotten a bad rap from time to time.  Done correctly however, the standard sit-up is still one of the most effective abdominal exercises.  There are dozens of variations of sit-ups and crunches and we won’t go into them all here.  Avoid doing sit-ups with anchored feet as this tends to expose the lower back to undue stress.  Otherwise, find a method that works for you.  Also, avoid working your abdominals every day.  Abdominals are like any other muscle, they need to time to recoup.

Focus on Flexibility as you age.  If you’re under 40 years old, hold your stretches for 30 seconds.  If you are over 40, hold your stretches for 60 seconds.  As we age, our muscles become less pliable and need more attention to maintain flexibility.  Maintaining or increasing one’s flexibility is a key factor in avoiding injuries as we age.

Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls California

Photo Credit: Parade.com

Huff and Puff your way to stronger Abs.  If you exhale forcefully at the top of the move while doing crunches, it forces your abs to work harder.  Harder work equals stronger abs!

Flatten your Gut. The Transversus Abdominus is the muscle that lies under your Rectus Abdominus (commonly referred to as the “six-pack”).  This is the muscle that you use when you suck your gut in.  Strengthen the Transversus Abdominus by pulling your belly button in towards your spine and hold for 10 seconds while breathing normally.  Repeat 6-8 times.  While you can’t see this muscle, it will help flatten your gut!

STRONGER AND FASTER.  Doing the same amount or exercises during your workout in a shorter period of time helps build muscle.  It forces your muscles to work harder and has the added benefit of building muscular endurance.  If you do your workout routine in 40 minutes, try to get it done in 35 minutes.

Isolate your Abs. When doing reverse crunches, round your back by rolling your hips and pelvis towards your chest as opposed to just raising your legs.  Otherwise you will engage your hip flexors for the majority of the work.  In order to get the maximum benefit when working your abs, you must isolate them as much as possible.

Front image_drinking-water, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls California

Photo Credit: Clean Water Action [Clean Water Action is working to protect California from the dangers of hydraulic fracturing aka fracking] http://cleanwater.org

Drink your way to fitness.  We’re talking water here!  Most people don’t drink enough water.  You have heard the standard recommended amount of water; eight 8 ounce glasses a day.  In reality, how much water you need depends on a number of factors, not the least of which is how big you are.

Water supports a host functions needed to achieve and maintain a healthy weight and to assist your body’s operating systems.  It helps flush toxins from your system; lubricates joints and muscles; maintains muscle tone; aids in the fat burning process (being dehydrated slows the process!); helps deliver oxygen to your muscles.  Dehydration lowers blood volume, which decreases blood flow to your muscles leading to feeling tired.

Drinking an adequate supply of water every day is a key component of your fitness level. If you only drink water when you are thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Drinking more water will also not make you look bloated, in fact it will have the opposite effect.

Go shorter, Go faster, AND GO safer.  Consider mixing up your running routine by going shorter distances faster.  This tends to improve your running form making you less susceptible to injury.  Also, running shorter distances creates less wear and tear on your body.

It’s easier to buy new shoes than new knees. Shoes have a shelf life, even if they don’t look like they need to be replaced.  On average, shoes will have a useful life of 500-600 miles.  To figure out when you should replace them, simply divide your weekly average running distance into 500.  You then know when you are in the replacement time frame.

Photo: WebMD.com, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls California

Photo: WebMD.com

Warm up BEFORE your work out.  Warming up for your weight workout by walking on the treadmill isn’t really warming up effectively.  Since you are warming up a different set of muscles on the treadmill than you will be working while lifting, the benefit is almost non-existent.  Instead, use an un-weighted bar and mimic the exercises you will be doing.  This provides a more effective targeted warm up.

Your Abs are hurting your lower back.  We have a tendency to focus on doing tons of abdominal work and not so much on working the opposing muscles in the lower back.  This creates an imbalance and can pull your posture out of alignment.  This leads to tension in the lower back and further erodes good posture. To avoid this problem, always match each set of abdominal exercises with a corresponding lower back exercise.  You will look better, feel better and save yourself a pain in the back!

Photo: WebMD - Thermos Smoothie (click on photo for recipe), Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls California

WebMD.com – Thermos Smoothie (click photo for recipe)

Feed your muscles post work out.  Include at least 20 grams of sugar with your post work out meal.  Sugar helps carry protein to the muscles you just worked.  So, a little sugar with your chicken sandwich will help build stronger muscles quicker.  Just be sure to limit sugar intake the rest of the day.

If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.


Leave a comment

Runner’s knee pain relief and the “Myth of the IT Band Massage”

treatment-for-it-band-syndrome-runners-knee-L-oLs4Pm, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls CaliforniaThe IT Band or “Iliotibial Band” is a thick, tough fascia that runs from the hip to just below the knee on the outside of the thigh.  The IT Band is often the cause of knee pain in runners as well as many other types of overuse activities.  The causes of this pain and the solutions are subject to much debate.  What is clear is that many of the “accepted” methods of treatment are not really of much use.

The overwhelming suggestion for relieving IT Band pain is to massage the outside of the thigh using a foam roller.  While we are conquer IT band pain, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls Californiacertainly fans of using foam rollers to treat a variety of ailments, the typical use of a foam roller to treat IT Band pain is at best ineffective. There is nothing wrong with using a foam roller to massage the IT Band; this type of therapy isn’t actually going to help alleviate the pain.

As with any injury or chronic pain, it is always advisable to see a qualified professional to assess treatment options.  Knee pain in particular can be very complicated. Diagnosing the cause (of runner’s knee) and recommending an effective treatment plan should be handled by someone with the proper credentials and experience to get it right and help alleviate the pain.

So if using the foam roller to massage the IT Band is not generally an effective method of treatment, what is?

The answer is, it depends.  Since there isn’t just one cause of pain in the knee or one reason that your IT Band may be distressed, there can’t be just one solution.  The good news is, once we have diagnosed the root causes of your problem, we can begin to build a treatment plan that will not only alleviate your pain, but correct the underlying cause.

Knee pain, whether caused by an inflamed IT Band or some other reason, more often than not can be treated effectively.  A patient can also support that treatment with an effective fitness regimen focused on strengthening and stretching the affected areas.

Chiropractic offers many solutions to knee pain and IT Band issues.

Physical Therapy  offers a wide range of therapies that address the root causes of knee and IT Band pain.

Pilates, Yoga and GYROTONIC® instructors can design an effective exercise regimen that will help patients strengthen and stretch the affected areas so that pain relief is long-term.

Acupuncture is one of the key supporting therapies for knee pain relief.  In many cases,  Acupuncture is an extremely effective approach to resolving knee pain and in particular, IT Band pain.

While massaging the IT Band using foam rollers is not generally going to help get rid of knee pain, a qualified therapeutic massage professional can greatly reduce knee and/or IT Band pain.  The massage team here at BHP is well versed in treating patients in conjunction with the overall treatment plan.

It is this multi-dimensional approach to resolving knee pain, whether it is caused by the IT Band or some other issue, that offers the best chance for success.  More importantly, once we have identified the root cause of your pain and have begun to treat it, we can teach each patient a few simple exercises/stretches that they can do at home to prevent the problem from recurring.

So if you have any type of knee pain, or in fact have an issue with your IT Band, please contact a medical professional for an evaluation so that you can isolate the cause of your problem and find the most effective solution that will help you alleviate the pain (short and long-term).  Finding the cause of your knee pain first, and then the best regimen to overcome the root cause of the problem, can get your “runner’s knee” under control once and for all.

If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.


Leave a comment

No excuses! Simple ways to stay on top of your health and fitness regimen while you’re on vacation

SummerVacation, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls CaliforniaSummer is always officially here when the 4th of July rolls around.  July also means summer travel is in full swing.

Did you know that the average person gains almost a pound a day while on vacation?  Most of the time extra pounds sneak up on you when you least expect it, so decide right here and now that you will not leave your fitness routine in the back seat of the car, on the plane or in the boat –while you’re on vacation.

All you have to do is have a plan!  So as you embark on your travels, here are  a few tips to keep you on track. If you remain mindful about your activity levels and food choices, you will probably come home healthier and stronger than when you left.

#1: Cut Back on the Vacation Carbs

Vacation days are notorious for carbohydrate rich meals, and it’s a well-known fact that too many carbohydrates will quickly add up to unwanted pounds. Combat this fat-trap by choosing low glycemic (low sugar) carbohydrates. Focus on fruits and veggies instead of the high sugar, lower nutrition value grains. Try to have at least one meal free of grains.

Breakfast: This may be the most effective meal to use the carb-less trick, since breakfast often involves breads, pastries or pancakes. Skip the toast and fill up on high quality eggs and lean breakfast meats.

Lunch: A great carb-less lunch is a salad with lean meat. It’s so filling and satisfying that you won’t even miss the bread.

Dinner: Since you’re on vacation, you don’t want to feel deprived, so dinner is the hardest meal to go carb-less. Stick with veggies and lean meats and fish. Depending on what part of the country or world you are in, you’re sure to have plenty of choices.

#2:  Stay Active

If your travels keep you too busy for a workout, or if your hotel does not have an exercise room, make a conscious effort to be active every day. Go on a walk or short jog before or after your day’s activities. This is a great way to see a new city, and also a great way to burn off extra calories.

Take the stairs instead of elevator in your hotel and any other buildings you visit. If your hotel has a pool, swim a few laps each morning or evening. It’s usually pretty easy to be active on vacation and it might get a tad bit boring laying on the beach or by the pool all day long.

#3: Indulge, but with Control

Eating out is a must while on vacation. Whether you’re visiting 5 star restaurants or fast food diners, you are faced with the same problem: large portions. While the easiest thing to do with a large portioned meal is to simply eat it all–you are on vacation after all right? It’s not the best choice (for your waist line).

When you order your meal ask the waiter or waitress to bring you a to-go box. Take half of your meal and place it safely into the box before you even begin to eat. This gives you no choice but to eat a healthy portion. If you would rather not carry around a to-go box, then ask that your entrée be made into a smaller portion.  If it’s dinnertime, ask for the lunch-sized entrée.

#4: Don’t Eat Too Late

One of the easiest tricks for preventing weight gain is to limit carbohydrates and calories before you go to bed. This is especially effective while on vacation. Skip that late night indulgence and wake up looking and feeling great!

#5: Choose Healthy Snacks

Have you ever noticed how travel days create the perfect opportunity for snacking? A coffee and muffin before your flight, a snack on the plane and then before you know it – it’s lunch time! Taking a road trip? This opens up even more opportunities for regrettable snacking –i.e. rest stop vending machines, gas station quickie marts and of course the never-ending string of fast food restaurants along the highway.

This summer cut unhealthy snacking off at the pass by bringing along your own healthy options. Dried or fresh fruit,  nuts with your own sea salt, guacamole or avocado, cut veggies and gluten-free crackers are a good start. By filling up on these healthy snacks between meals you will end up eating less when presented with a less-than-healthy meal.

#6: Avoid Fried or Greasy Foods

While fast food restaurants are definitely convenient, with their low prices and quick service, this convenience is not worth the additional pounds brought on by chips and fries. As you enjoy your vacation keep this in mind: avoid fried foods. While this is always good advice to follow, it is even more important to abide by while traveling.

While vacationing you will likely burn fewer calories each day than you would burn at home, and you are consuming more calories due to your schedule of eating out. You are walking a fine line, and eating fried foods would throw you right over the edge. A gram of fat contains 9 calories as compared to the 4 calories that proteins and carbohydrates carry – so you can see that consuming fried foods will drastically increase your caloric intake.

If you simply cannot pass on the curly fries, keep in mind that heartburn and indigestion are never fun –especially while on vacation!

independence-day-39fireworks, SummerVacation, Therapy and Training in Beverly Hills, CA - Beverly Hills Posture offers Chiropractic Care, yoga, Acupunture, and Massage Therapy, Walker Ozar - Doctor of Chiropractic, Chiropractor in Beverly HIlls CaliforniaHappy 4th of July… happy summer and safe and health travels!

Remember to give us a call or log on to our Mind Body Online Scheduling system to book a few sessions with a member of the Beverly Hills Posture Team–who can help you get back on track  upon your return (as well as praise you for the great work you did on your own)!

If you have any questions regarding anything we’ve written or would like to book an appointment with us, please click HERE to be directed to our contact page. Beverly Hills Posture is proud to offer Chiropractic Care with an abundance of options including- Yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonic, Acupuncture, Acupressure and Massage Therapy. We dedicate ourselves to creating a healthier you.