Total Health Common Sense Medicine
Back Pain, Leg Pain, Hip pain
With a gentile laying on of hands on the head, and adjustment is made that balances the neuro muscular system allowing the bones of the back to realign. Getting the spinal adjustment to "hold",having pushed the bones forcefully into place characterizes HVLA or "high velocity low amplitude". It is commonly applied to realign the spine but it results in a reaction by the muscle antagonistic to the goal.
When instability of the back becomes evident ,when realignment of the spine cannot be sustained Prolotherapy can then be applied.
, Hip pain
, Leg Pain
, Rotator Cuff Injury
, Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
, Tennis Elbow
, Wrist Pain