Physical therapy for posture training in Round Rock, Texas

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Meet with the best posture training physical therapists in Round Rock, Texas

Round Rock, Texas, Luna employs physical therapists who specialize in helping patients correct their posture, and address underlying health conditions. Our PTs will work with you to identify the cause and severity of your poor posture, creating a physical therapy treatment plan designed just for you.

Best of all, with Luna, patients can get posture training right in the comfort of their own homes. Our physical therapists come to you — it’s physical therapy, delivered.

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What is posture training?

Poor posture doesn’t just look improper — it can also cause back, neck, and muscle problems over time. Unfortunately, once bad postural habits have been developed, they can be difficult to correct.

Many patients find that they need the help of a physical therapist to correct bad posture habits. Patients who experience back or neck pain can consult with a physical therapist to determine if posture is the root of their discomfort. If it is, a physical therapist can create a personalized routine to strengthen the muscles in the back, improve posture, and alleviate the associated symptoms of pain and discomfort.

Source: Life Fitness PT

Addressing associated conditions with posture training

Poor posture can have numerous adverse health effects, from exacerbating existing conditions to causing entirely new ones. For example, poor posture is known to make arthritis symptoms worse, as malalignment of the spine can place excess pressure on the joints. It can also contribute to back and shoulder pain, headaches, and difficulty breathing.

Poor posture can also negatively impact circulation, which can eventually lead to the development of varicose veins. It can also negatively affect energy levels and mood. There’s evidence to suggest that it can even weaken pelvic floor muscles and thus adversely affect sexual function.

The conditions that most commonly require posture training include:

  • Arthritis
  • Back and shoulder pain
  • Poor circulation
  • Headaches

Source: US News Health

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The benefits of posture training?

Many patients with poor posture can benefit from physical therapy. Firstly, a physical therapist can help to identify and target the exact problems with the patient’s posture, developing a therapy routine that’s tailored to the patient’s problems and goals.

Physical therapy has been shown to effectively correct posture over time, relieving pain in the back, neck, and shoulders. It’s recommended that patients who struggle with poor posture work with a physical therapist, as correcting postural habits can be very difficult without the assistance of a professional.

Source: Acro PT
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Frequently asked questions

Where are Luna therapists seeing patients?

Your neighborhood in the Round Rock area is within our reach for in-home physical therapy sessions. Wherever you reside, we strive to bring physical therapy to your doorstep, making the PT experience as convenient as possible.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance?

Luna collaborates with a multitude of insurance plans, streamlining the benefits verification process for your convenience. Opting for Luna ensures your co-pay will always match the exact amount specified in your insurance plan for a PT clinic visit. We accept all major insurances and Medicare.

Is there a waiting list for new patients?

Absolutely not! We believe in simplifying the process for patients to initiate their physical therapy with us. Welcoming new patients is a top priority, and for most, their first at-home physical therapy session can be arranged within just 48 hours of signing up. Our therapists maintain flexible schedules, operating from 6:30 am to 8:30 pm, seven days a week. Check Availability.

Who are Luna’s physical therapists?

Luna's therapists possess extensive experience, with a minimum of 3 years in practice, often with additional years of practice. Every therapist undergoes a comprehensive interview and thorough background check. We select therapists who are deeply committed to providing superior care to their patients.

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