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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,

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

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

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

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

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

Decompression

Most people with back pain, sciatica, scoliosis or disc problems (such as a disc bulge, disc herniation or disc sequestration) often investigate Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression as they wish to avoid surgery. It is one of the most effective ways to