The specific spinal correction offered in our clinic consists of three vital components: our spinal adjustment procedure, in-clinic rehabilitation and at-home rehabilitation exercises. In the clinic, our doctor and staff will administer your …
To begin your at-home rehabilitation you'll first be introduced to wobble chair exercises. The wobble chair is typically an inflatable disc that simply sits on your chair or table. We'll demonstrate how to warm up your entire spine through each …
The C1—or Atlas—is the keystone of your entire spin. It's health is essential to the function of your nervous system. This exercise strengthens the alar ligament that helps stabilize the top portion of your spine.
This rehab exercise works the muscles just below the base of skull to strengthen and stabilize the uppermost vertebra in your spine. This video will demonstrate the proper form to maintain throughout the exercise.
The exercise demonstrated here is to prevent the uppermost vertebra in your neck from over-rotating. Though very simple, this can help stabilize your C1—or Atlas—vertebra. Here you'll also see a few quick dos and don'ts to ensure you …
The exercise demonstrated here is to prevent the uppermost vertebra in your neck from over-rotating. Though very simple, this can help stabilize your C1—or Atlas—vertebra. Here you'll also see a few quick dos and don'ts to …
This home care exercise focuses on stabilizing and strengthening the vertebrae in your neck. Your neck contains each of the cervical vertebra that give it a natural curve, known as the "arc of life." If you lose the curvature in your neck, your …
Here we will demonstrate the cervical extension exercise. The goal of this exercise is to strengthen and stabilize the bones and muscles in your neck to prevent them from shifting out of place. We will also show some common mistakes in form …
This simple home care exercise is vital to stabilizing your cervical spine. It will help repair the shift and irregularities—known as subluxations—in your neck bones.
This neck strengthening exercise will help your muscles prevent your cervical vertebrae from shifting out of place. We will demonstrate the proper form to maintain during this exercise so you achieve the best results possible.
The chest expander exercise is used to correct subluxations in the upper thoracic and lower cervical spine. We'll teach you the proper form to hold for 60 seconds to successfully and safely complete this exercise.
This torso stretching exercise focuses on strengthening your thoracic spine. For maximum effect, hold this position for 60 seconds.
The pit ball/arm squeeze exercise strengthens and stabilizes your thoracic vertebrae. It is very simple to perform. Simply position the wedge under your arm, then squeeze, hold, relax and repeat.
This exercise helps you improve subluxations in your pelvic region. By completing this exercise properly, you can stabilize and prevent future subluxations from occurring.
This stretch helps open and loosen your hips, which prevents subluxations in your pelvic regions. It also helps strengthen your spine.
This exercise targets the lumbar vertebrae in your low back. Perform this exercise properly and you will accentuate the essential curve in your lower spine while stabilizing your lumbar vertebrae.
This exercise is often performed using a resistance band or tubing. We'll demonstrate the dos and don'ts of this exercise, which will help you strengthen your lumbar.
This exercise, often performed using a resistance band, will strengthen and stabilize your lumbar vertebrae. We'll demonstrate the dos and don'ts of this exercise for maximum efficiency and safety.
This exercise uses two support blocks and a pelvice wedge. It strengthens the lowest portions of your spine, the lumbar vertebrae. This exercise targets one side of your body at a time.
This exercise strengthens the lowest portions of your spine, the lumbar vertebrae. Using two spinal supports and a pelvic wedge, we'll demonstrate how to target each side of your body.
This exercise targets the lowest vertebra in your spine, the L-5. Using a wedge or other support, we'll demonstrate the proper form of this home care exercise that reduces nerve pressure around your L-5 vertebra.
This low back exercise target the lowest verterbra in your spine, or the L5. This is a two-part exercise that helps stabilize the bottom portion of your spine.
This simple exercise helps increase the effectiveness of spinal adjustments targeting your pelvis.We'll demonstrate the proper technique and form for this exercise, so you can improve the health of your spine.
We'll demonstrate the proper use of your sleeping aids and pelvic wedges. This system of supports helps maintain the necessary natural curves of your spine. At night, your nervous system actually becomes more active. Use your doctor-prescribed …
This video explains and demonstrates the use of pelvic support wedges to strengthen and stabilize your cervical and lumbar spinal bones. This exercise is essential to maintaining the proper alignment of your spine.