Brief description of problem
Spinal rehabilitation can help many different spinal problems. Once we identify the root cause in your case we can determine the appropriate type of spinal rehab. With cervical rehab our focus is the alignment and function of your neck. Once the vertebra in your neck are in proper alignment, it reduces the stress on the neck and shoulder muscles that work hard all day to fight poor posture. With less tension in the muscles of your neck, shoulders and upper back, your range of motion will be restored, allowing you to look and turn freely.
Flexible discs act as shock absorbers between the vertebrae and allow flexibility of the spine. When these discs become too compressed (possibly through an injury), or rupture (become herniated), or wear away (through age or poor posture), it can bring increased pain and/or decreased flexibility.
Type of treatment
Recent years have seen great advances in the effectiveness of techniques used in Chiropractic. Binder Family Chiropractic is in touch with the latest developments in the field, and uses the most current knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to promote your overall wellness:
- Spinal flexion-distraction technique, to address problems with the discs between the vertebrae.
- Spinal therapy and massage to adjust the vertebrae and restore flexibility and movement.
- A program of exercise and posture coaching to fit your specific needs. We can get you started in-office, and you can continue to improve at home.
Many other forms of treatment are available. Binder Family Chiropractic will find the treatment, or combination of treatments, that is right for you.
Your neck, aka cervical curve is referred to by doctors as “the arc of life.” Without the proper alignment and angle of curve in your neck the connection between your brain and body becomes impaired and your way of life is affected. For example, If he were still alive, you could ask Christopher Reeves how important is “arc of life” was to him. One day he was Superman, then next day, after an injury to his neck (arc of life), he spent the rest of his in a wheelchair.