Symptoms such as neck pain, back pain,
headaches, poor posture, etc. tend to occur secondary to a primary
Structural Problem. By correcting the Primary Structural Problems,
the Secondary Conditions often resolve on their own. We don’t know
if you are a candidate for care until we’ve determined you have a
Structural Problem that has potential for correction. We accomplish
this in our Comprehensive Structural Examination.
If you have a Structural Problem that can
be helped, we will recommend a Program of Care to provide correction
and stabilization. Your care plan is customized based on what your
body needs. Treatment typically consists of corrective adjustments,
structural re-education exercises, ergonomic recommendations, and
nutritional modifications that may be recommended, to give you the
best possible results.
Typically, you will notice that as your
structure is corrected, many secondary conditions (symptoms) that
you were suffering from will greatly improve on their own or
completely go away.