Posturally, the adept chiropractor (or physical therapist) will help the client retrain the postural muscles. In this regard, I am talking paraspinals, but I also mean stabilizer muscles like the lower traps, serratus anterior and the deep spinal muscles. Some chiropractors will throw in some neurological re-patterning exercises—like cross-crawls—or even proprioceptive training (balance). I do in my Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood sports chiropractic clinic because I know how powerful these two activities are to restructuring posture.
And both at home or at work, there are vendors, customers, other computer users and their networked virtual communities, and many other people you might interact with, both on-line and in person. Some of these interactions can sometimes be stressful. Because computers expand our capabilities for social interactions, and because such interactions are often beyond our direct personal control, computers tend to increase our stress in this very important and difficult area of living harmoniously with other human beings.