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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Whiplash injury in Blackburn


    Having good posture will make you stand taller and appear slimmer. It can make you seem more confident and trustworthy and, most importantly, will help you to recover from a back or whiplash injury in Blackburn and prevent you from suffering from back and neck pain. Learning how to stand straight and have a good posture isn’t as simple as trying to stand straight all of the time. This is not something that you will be able to think about throughout the day. You have to learn good posture until it is natural. You can also try cardio and muscle toning exercise to help your body support a good posture.

    If you have pain or bad posture due to a whiplash injury in Blackburn or back injury due to an accident which was not your fault, you can call Accident Advice Helpline to find out whether or not you are entitled to make a compensation claim against the person who caused you to suffer your whiplash injury.

    Claiming after a whiplash injury in Blackburn

    Call the helpline on 0800 689 0500 and talk to the team about your whiplash injury in Blackburn to decide whether or not you want to make a claim. If you do, then they and experienced injury lawyers can help you to process a claim.

    Know what good posture is

    There is no way for you to maintain good posture if you aren’t sure what good posture is or looks like. Stand in front of the mirror and look out for indications of good posture. Standing to the side your shoulders should be down and your head should be up. You back should be straight with your stomach tucked in and your chest out. If your posture does not look like this then you need to make some changes.

    Learn what good posture feels like

    Stand against a wall and press your back against it with your head, shoulders, back and bottom touching the wall. Your feet should be directly beneath you, touching the wall also. Do this as often as you can so that you get to know what standing completely straight feels like. If you have been standing with bad posture for years it may actually feel very uncomfortable to begin with, but you will get used to it.

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    Learn to sit up straight

    Even if you get your back used to a good standing posture, the benefits of this can be completely derailed by a bad sitting posture. Remember that whenever you sit down your back should still be straight with your shoulders back. More people have a bad sitting posture than have a bad standing one, as slumping in your seat is a natural thing to do. Try to practice throughout your work day until it feels normal to sit up straight.

    These steps may be beneficial to those who have sustained a whiplash injury, as well as seeking compensation through Accident Advice Helpline to get the justice they deserve for their suffering. To discuss your claim with an expert adviser dial 0800 689 0500 now from a landline or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

    Date Published: 1st May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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