It is very hard to get rid of walking disorders and abnormalities in your posture, as these are things that set in from a very young age and if not amended or rectified early on can affect you for the rest of your life. Unlike other things bad posture isn’t something that has a “quick fix to it”, and like other things such as cancer the longer you leave it the worse it gets and the harder it is to deal with.
As much as I would love to say that posture can be taught very easily even at an older age this simply isn’t true, and you should get any postural problems sorted out when you are very young (probably in your teenage years if possible, but definitely before you are around 25). You shouldn’t wait at all really and should get them fixed as quickly as you possibly can, and so if you think that you have unusual back pains from very easy tasks or for doing taxing things for a short amount of time then make sure to see your nearest Podiatrist as they are the experts in these matters and should be able to help you out dramatically with whichever problem that you are having.
Podiatrists are the most efficient and stress-free entity to use to get rid of back pains and they can do so much easier at younger ages and may still be able to help you out even if you are a bit older. This is because there is no use of psychological tactics to try and get your posture to improve, as we are very set in our ways after a certain age and therefore no amount of trying to will ourselves to correct our posture is going to have any affect. The necessary steps that you must take to correct your posture is much simpler and merely requires the use of a very simple device that is actually designed to altar the angle of your food positioning rather than the arching of your back as this is the most simplistic yet efficient way of getting somebody to stand up straighter and have a much better posture.
I am of course talking about the use of an orthotic, which is a foot piece generally made out of a material such as Plaster of Paris in order to give you the power to correct your footing and therefore your posture through angling your foot a different way. This should train your body to stand in a different way and naturally correct and improve your posture over time, as standing as you once did should be much more uncomfortable and therefore trick your body into thinking that standing in a different way is more correct. Podiatrists such as Jacqueline Edelman at have spent years perfecting this particular skill and area of Podiatry (known as biomechanics) and so use their knowledge in order to give yourself a much more comfortable and healthy posture.