The Healthy Spine and nervous system is the core foundation of health. Damage to your spine causes
- Poor posture
- Restricted movement
- Imbalance and Damage to your nervous system
- A decreased health potential
The following videos that I have made are designed to guide and instruct my patients in recovering their health as fast as possible.
Exercises for Back Pain Relief
Cervical Denneroll Instruction
Thoracic Lift Exercise
Thoracic Denneroll Instruction
Mirror Image Exercises
Ice for Acute pain
Ice is very effective for quick relief of pain from inflammation such as a new lower back sprain, neck pain or shoulder injury.
When there is inflammation there is swelling and a lot of the pain you get comes from the pressure of this swelling. Ice will reduce the swelling as well as block the perception of pain. Heat on the other hand tends to promote swelling and is generally not the best on a new injury.
Used correctly, ice is very effective. Here’s how to do it right:
- Buy a bag of ice from the supermarket.
- Place three cups of the ice in a plastic bag & tie it off.
- Wet a tea-towel & wring it out thoroughly.
- Wrap the bag in the tea-towel so that only 1 layer of towel covers it.
- Apply this directly to the inflamed area for 20 minutes.
- Take it off for 10 minutes break and replace the ice.
- Apply for a second period of 20 minutes.
- Take it off for 10 minutes and replace the ice again.
- Apply for the third time for 20 minutes to finish. This will give a deep penetrating cold that will sooth the area of inflammation. You can repeat throughout the day if needed.
This will give a deep penetrating cold that will sooth the area of inflammation. You can repeat throughout the day if needed.
- Improve your Sitting (video to come)
- Strengthen Your Back (video to come)
- Improve Flexibility (video to come)
- Lose Weight (video to come)
Good posture is the window to nourishing your spine and nervous system. Distortions represent injured, damaged and weakened areas to your spine, shutting down the energy to the vital organs.
The most concrete way to analyse your posture is through a specific and detailed x-ray analysis. Only necessary views will be taken to assure you will receive the best treatment for your conditions. These views will be taken after your consultation and are bulk billed through Medicare at a local Radiology Centre.
Once the information is collected and examinations are performed, Dr. Shane or Dr. Aya will review your case before we give you an in-depth report of the x-ray and exam findings.
We will show you what a normal spine and posture should look like, what your spine looks like and how this may apply to your current health conditions.
We will let you know the reasoning behind the recommendations and future appointments. You will be given a full written report including an x-ray and a digital postural analysis.