Live motion MRI of the neck showing how your bones and discs move as you flex and extend your spine.
I wish I had x-ray vision as a chiropractor. It sometimes would make diagnosis of my patient’s problems much easier!
Even though I don’t have superhero vision powers, when I watch patients move their spine and then I test the movements of each joint before I adjust, developing a picture in my mind of how their vertebrae move.
By loosening the areas of the spine that are too stiff and strengthening the areas that move too much, we can reduce stress on the painful joints, muscles and discs, naturally resolving pain.
Staying active, eating nutritious food, avoiding tobacco/alcohol, living a balanced lifestyle and regularly seeing your chiropractor helps keep your spine happy and pain-free!
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