Is Spinal Manipulation Right For You?

Low Back Pain and How To Improve Lumbar Mobility

Spinal Manipulation

Every once in awhile, I love the sweet relief of feeling my back crack, don’t you? That instantaneous release of pressure and audible sound makes us feel like something good just happened. But, when you’re having low back pain, how do you know if spinal manipulation is right for you? With so many possible causes of your low back pain and so many treatment options, will getting your spine manipulated really make things better? Is it safe?

Let’s take a look at spinal manipulation and how to identify if it’s right for you…

Thoracic Spine Mobility and How It Affects You

Bonus Video Exercises

Woman Stretching Thoracic Spine

You want to be flexible – so you stretch your muscles. But what about your joints? You also need to have good mobility in your joints to allow you to move freely and do the things you love. So then, what areas should you be focusing on to improve joint mobility? It turns out that you lose the most mobility in your mid and upper back – the thoracic spine – throughout your life. This decrease in mobility not only affects your back, but your neck and shoulders, as well.

Here’s how improving mobility in your thoracic spine can maximize function and even increase your strength potential. Plus, I’ll show you a few simple exercises you can do from home…

What is Frozen Shoulder and Can You Prevent It?

Woman With Frozen Shoulder

This morning was the first time you couldn’t reach the cereal bowl in the upper kitchen cabinet – you’ve been struggling for a couple of weeks, but today you had to use your left arm. You’ve been having trouble putting on your shirts – coats require help from a friend. You’ve been waking up more and more each night from the pain. You might have Frozen Shoulder.