The second step is to look at the back. Starting with the skin, is there an isolated rash that might be shingles? Is there an infected cyst or an area of skin infection, such as one surrounding a tick bite? Now look at the posture. Is the back too straight, as from muscle spasm? Does it curve to the left or right (scoliosis), and is this a permanent finding or is it due to muscle spasm? Does the back curve too far toward the front (lordosis), maybe due to a prominent "pot belly?" As part of this process your doctor might make other observations. Do walking and standing make the pain worse, and is it primarily movement of one leg that seems to cause the problem? When one sits in a chair, does he slouch with poor posture, or sit too straight from muscle spasm?
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Sell new services! If you're launching a new service in your practice such as spinal decompression or cold laser, doing a talk show on the topic is a great way to introduce the new service.
I was hesitant on surgery, as most of my family has had back surgeries and always cautioned me to not have it if I could avoid it. Pain medications also were not in my plan, as I don't like having to rely on taking pills every day.
A subluxation in your spine is caused from a misalignment in the vertebrae. Through scheduled visits to a spinal decompression practices in Santa Monica
, your spine can be realigned. Chiropractic adjustments will help you to have less pain, gradually and gently. Now you will be functioning at your peak potential.
We have seen a four times increase in the number of people viewing our posts whenever we include images. I have seen a similar result when photos are used by our chiropractic clients. They are getting big results when they tie in an image with a brief promotional message.
Stretch #3 - Modified Head Tilt. This is a more advanced version of stretch number one. When performing the lateral head tilt neck stretch, reach up with the arm on the side you are tilting towards and apply mild pressure to the head pulling it or stretching it slightly further. For example, if you are tilting your neck and head to the right, use your right hand to pull your head laterally toward your right shoulder.
You can set to for short quick pulses, steady continuous stimulation, or long drawn out pulses. It's good to change them around from time to time and get a different massage.