Back pain treated by
Back pain treated by Warwick Chiropractic, chiropractor near Seattle. Call today 360-951-4504.
Bulging back pain patient had tried lots of different treatments including medical and opiod to help him with his back pain. Nothing worked.
He came to Dr Warwick's office and this is his third or fourth visit and is doing much better. His bulging disc is reducing and this is thanks to a series of treatments including the inversion table (seen here), spinal adjustments, some stim and cold laser therapy.
Dr Warwick goes through this treatment using the inversion table which uses gravity to help receive the pressure on his discs and allows for them to decompress.
Inversion tables are available for home use too, but it's always best to get Dr Warwick's advice for the best use.
With personal care and a gifted touch Your Lacey Olympia WA Chiropractor Dr. David Warwick at Warwick Chiropractic gets to the cause of your problem and pain. Dr. David Warwick DC provides his patients a unique, personalized, safe and effective Full Body Chiropractic Adjustments, Extremity Adjusting, Manual Traction, Spinal Distraction/Traction, Manual Therapy, Joint Mobilization, Therapeutic Activity Education & Cold Laser Therapy.
So consider this...If you are experiencing pain in your back, neck or even headaches or possibly arm or leg pain it may be time to get some help. Sometimes it can be as simple as ONE Visit but of course when working with a client for at least half a dozen sessions to make the most changes to their gait, posture, biomechanics and pain levels results vary patient to patient.
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If you're on the fence on
If you're on the fence on whether you should buy an inversion table try these alternatives out. I'm not a fan of the Inversion Table as you can see in this video here: https://youtu.be/LLIbHfKUA2w
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In today's video, I give you 3 simple ways you can decompress the spine almost anywhere you have a park bench or a branch to grab onto.
Not everyone needs to decompress their spine so make sure you know if this is an actual issue for you. After rupturing my L5-S1 I was given Traction which is a decompression technique you see in physical therapy clinics, which kicked off my terrible addiction of feeling like I needed to have my spine separated to feel better. I don't want this to happen to you so proceed with caution!
Just found your channel! Tried the last one and it felt great. How long would you do it for ? I found that my inversion table was giving me shin splints so I’m looking for alternatives. Have you tried head down at the edge of your bed yet?
i need decompresing brain
The stupid inversion table?
problem is that dont decompress the neck,which is where my pain is
A very sensible approach. Thanks for this very valuable information!
Inversion tables can be a
Inversion tables can be a great way to help get traction in the back / spine. This traction can help stretch and open up the spaces in the spine relieving back pain and pressure. Buy a Teeter Inversion Table here: https://shrsl.com/2j95u (affiliate link)
While inversion tables or traction devices are generally safe, there are some important precautions. People with hypertension, circulation disorders, glaucoma, or retinal detachments should not use inversion table therapy due to the pressure to the head and eyes from hanging upside down. There are some other precautions as well, so make sure to check with your doctor or physical therapist before trying one.
The inversion table I’m using in the video is the Teeter FitSpine LX9. It’s a sturdy inversion table that has a lot of nice features and feels smooth while inverting.
When using an inversion table, shorter, more frequent sessions often work better and help the body adapt to the traction. Also, starting at a modest angle (20-30 degrees) for the first few weeks and increasing over time (only as you are comfortable) is the best way to start.
Begin with short 1-2 minute sessions to allow the body to adapt to inversion. Over time, as you feel comfortable, gradually work up to a duration that allows the muscles to fully relax and release so the back can decompress. This should typically take about 3-5 minutes.
Inversion therapy may help with common conditions like general back pain, herniated discs, sciatica, degeneration, muscle spasms, and other things that can cause back pain and discomfort. Check with your doctor or physical therapist to see if inversion therapy is right for your individual situation.
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I'm not even sure how I found this channel, but I'm really glad I did. I have found your videos to be incredibly beneficial for studying for some of my excercise science classes. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Hey I've been doing the stretches for artist I'm going to draw you a free portrait
Try and hit 1k
Be careful if you have had knee surgery it pulls on your knee I don’t go all the way back
I heard about this machine. Going upside down but not too long