The good news is that there is a solution to correcting this type of postural or spinal misalignment; however the reality is the longer this has been a problem the longer and more effort it will take to correct it. Correcting this type of posture requires two forms of care.
Firstly chiropractic adjustments are required to help train the spine into its proper position and secondly exercises are required to help hold the new corrected alignment. As you could imagine this process takes effort and time.
My advice is to seek out a chiropractor that specializes in postural or spinal correction techniques. One of these techniques is called Chiropractic Biophysics. See photo below. If you look at the x-ray in the middle you will notice a before (figure 3) and after (figure 4) x-ray of this patient’s spine from the side. You will notice the reduction in Hyperkyphosis by means of chiropractic adjustments and specific exercises.
For more information you can contact Chiropractic Biophysics at http://www.idealspine.com/ or myself at email@example.com.