A better chiropractic lifestyle doesn’t start and end in your doctor’s office. There are helpful, healing exercises and routines you can practice at home and in between adjustments. It’s recommended that you wait until after your first adjustment for home care.
The specific spinal correction offered in our clinic consists of three vital components: our spinal adjustment procedure, in-clinic rehabilitation and at-home rehabilitation exercises. In the clinic, our doctor and staff will administer your adjustment and guide you through the in-clinic rehabilitation process.
This exercise helps open and strengthen the core muscles in your hips, which helps reduce subluxations in your pelvic regions. It also helps strengthen your spine.
This video explains and demonstrates the use of the head weighting system to strengthen and stabilize your cervical spine. This exercise focuses specifically on, and addresses, the cervical subluxation patterns between the neck and mid back.
This rehab exercise works the muscles just below the base of the skull to strengthen and stabilize the uppermost vertebra in your spine. This video demonstrates the proper form to maintain throughout the exercise.
This video explains and demonstrates the use of cervical rolls and pelvic support wedges to strengthen and stabilize your thoracic spine. This exercise specifically addresses the thoracic subluxation patterns between the mid and lower back.
This video explains and demonstrates the use of pelvic support wedges to strengthen and stabilize your lumbar spine. This exercise specifically addresses the positioning of the sacrum.