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Take the pressure off with Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Home The above quote provides insight to the fact that minute changes in spinal column can have an amplified effect on the health and function of the spinal nerves, and subsequently the tissues and organs they innervate. Considering this statement, something as small as a slight shift in the alignment of the spinal vertebrae can […]

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Correcting Scoliosis without surgery?

There is a significant difference between a scoliosis and a lateral curvature.  If you are reading this (or watching this) scoliosis video you likely need to understand the difference between them. A scoliosis can be corrected without surgery.  A lateral spinal curvature can be corrected without surgery. That being said, there are some that can […]

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Disc Degeneration, Disc Bulges, Disc Herniations and Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

The Dangers of Hand Held Technology. Neck position and texting cause spinal degeneration. The research is clear, repetitive stress and addiction to technology (like we see in young people) causes long-term spinal degeneration.  In fact, we have seen a significant increase in neck problems, neck pain, disk bulges, dis herniations, carpal tunnel syndrome and upper […]

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Spinal Degeneration and the Immune System

This topic is one of the most important topics you will ever come across…your nervous system and its interconnection with your immune system. As you know, your nervous system is the master control system of your body. It harmonizes and coordinates all of the body’s systems.  It is by far the most important system you […]

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Four dimensional Non-surgical Spinal Decompression

This table that we recently got has what is called four-dimensional decompression. Now, you are probably wondering what four dimensions is because there is only three dimensions. The fourth dimension is the excellence zone. The reason why we call it that is because this table has what others just simply don’t have. Now we are […]

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Discussion on Harvard Health Publishing article

Its really interesting, there’s a lot of information coming out of the internet. We’re here to talk about non-surgical spinal decompression and postural changes. Harvard health publishing just put something out last week that talked about trusted advice for a healthier life. The article is about 3 surprising risks of poor posture. And guess what […]

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Spinal Stenosis

What is spinal stenosis? Spinal stenosis is the narrowing of your backbone, the body structure that normally protects your spinal cord. This narrowing can create pressure on your spinal cord. Before you consider surgery as a treatment for your spinal stenosis, first explore nonsurgical treatments. Non-surgical spinal decompression has shown some exciting results. Research is […]

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Operation Christmas child charity

This is one of my favourite times of the year. It’s the preparation for Christmas and one of the things that I love about this time of the year, apart from the fall colours and everything like that, its when Operation Christmas Child gets underway. Now if you are not familiar with operation Christmas child […]

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Scoliosis

Scoliosis is very very misunderstood. There’s a difference between scoliosis and something called a lateral curvature we’re going to explain that and why it happens. Now, we’re first going to talk about scoliosis. As we know the spine is supposed to be straight from front to back. We want to make sure the iliac crest, […]

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Herniated Disc’s

One of the things that we have found over the past 15 years is a tremendous societal misunderstanding of herniated discs or bulging discs. Most people believe that the herniated disc or bulging disc is the problem. In fact, it is not. A bulging or herniated disc occurs after a long period of time from […]

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