Monday, April 14, 2008

Spine Force and Spinal Decompression for Herniated disc

NYC ChiropractorSpine Force™ - Treating Spinal Injuries And Strengthening "Core" Spinal Muscles.

Why is there a Need for Core Spinal Stability?
The core of the body is the foundation of all bodily movements. As the nerve center of the body, it is where the power is derived from. For maximum health and wellness, the spine must be strong, flexible and unimpeded in its movements. The core spinal muscles connect to the spine, pelvis, and shoulders to create a solid foundation of support.

What is SpineForce™?
Spine Force is a groundbreaking technology developed in France by LPG that works on the Spine from the inside-out (CORE), analyzing, treating, and helping to prevent musculoskeletal diseases while promoting overall health and well-being. SpineForce™ is the only machine in the world capable of stimulating the deep muscles of the spine.

How Does SpineForce™ work?
Spine Force is the only machine in the world to strengthen the core spinal muscles. The oscillating platform identifies weaknesses and/or imbalances in the spine, creating personalized exercise protocols for patients’ specific needs. The protocols work in conjunction with most physician recommendations to strengthen core spinal muscles. This helps the CORE spinal muscles hold the vertebrae in the proper alignment relieving disc and nerve pressure. This can provide immediate, lasting and measurable results. SpineForce™ works up to 180 muscles at once, strengthening the muscle chains, optimizing coordination and stimulating balance and improving posture. It can be applied to almost anyone, regardless of age or physical shape; empowering them to reclaim and maintain their complete bodily homeostasis and achieve optimum health. Spine Force is the perfect partner for spinal manipulation and decompression therapy.

What are the Core Spinal Muscles?
The spine is held together by ligaments and muscles. The core spinal muscles are sometimes referred to as intrinsic stabilizer muscles; they protect the degree and angle of all spinal movements, acting as holders, receptors, and monitoring position. Up until now these muscles were almost impossible to analyze and strengthen.

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