Spine Therapy Olney

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Spine Therapy Olney   Spine Therapy Olney

More often than not, health problems are intensified by spinal misalignment. You’d be surprised at how many aches and pains are brought about by such.  Headaches, frozen shoulders, knee problems, among many others, are made worse when the spine is misaligned. 

What causes this pain?

Hereditary factors, food, one’s emotional environment, stress, negative and suppressed feelings can cause organ and gland functions to become overactive or under-active.  This, in turn, weakens or tenses the muscles associated with reflex areas of the back. This, then causes an uneven pull of spinal muscles.  Individual vertebrae can easily become misaligned. This misalignment now causes pressure on the nerves from the spine, and you guessed it… pain follows. But there are several options available to relieve pain. 

(Always make sure that only a licensed and experienced health practitioner, knowledgeable in spinal care administers the following.)

Types of Spine Therapy in Olney

  1. SPINAL CORRECTION – Most patients will benefit from spine therapy or adjustment of the spine through muscle balancing. If this is the case, the patient may see either an osteopath or a chiropractor.  Your first visit will always consist of a thorough consultation and checking of alignment.  A chiropractor will usually require an X-ray prior to administering the first session.

 

  1. SPINAL CONCUSSION – Spinal concussion is an effective method for stimulating and strengthening weak organs and body parts. The idea is so stimulate the nerves that emerge from the spine through soft, quick taps on the vertebrae.

 

  1. SPINAL MASSAGE –this is the most famous of all spine therapies. When done by a licensed and experienced massage therapist, benefits are easily felt upon the first treatment.  Aside from the popular kneading and petrissage techniques, tender points along the spine is given constant moderate finger pressure for about 90 seconds.  This is done to relax the treated muscle and releases pain by releasing the pressure.  Here, close attention is paid to the base of the skull, neck, shoulder and tops and centers of the shoulder blades.

 

 

 

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