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How Do I Know if CBP is Right for Me?

Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) is a highly-specialized form of chiropractic care that focuses on the structural and postural alignment of the spine. Unlike traditional chiropractic techniques, CBP utilizes advanced biomechanical principles and evidence-based methods to analyze and correct spinal misalignments, also known as subluxations.

Can a Chiropractor Fix a Pinched Nerve in the Neck?

A pinched nerve in the neck can be a painful and debilitating condition that can significantly impact your quality of life. If you're dealing with this issue, you may be wondering if a chiropractor can provide the relief you need.

Introduction to Corrective Exercises: What They Are and How They Can Benefit You

Corrective exercises are a specialized form of exercise that focuses on improving posture, alignment, and movement patterns. These exercises are designed to address imbalances, weaknesses, and muscular imbalances in the body. By targeting specific muscle groups and movements, corrective exercises help to restore proper biomechanics and function.

The Role of Chiropractic Care in Auto Injury Recovery

Auto accidents can have a devastating impact on one's physical and mental well-being. From minor fender benders to serious collisions, these incidents can cause injuries that range from mild to severe. The forceful impact of a car accident can result in various injuries, regardless of the speed at which the collision occurred. It is crucial to understand the potential harm caused by auto accidents and the importance of seeking medical care to aid in the recovery process.

Understanding Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP)

When you think about chiropractic care, perhaps images of spinal adjustments and manual manipulation come to mind. However, there's a specialized approach within this field that has garnered attention for its scientific underpinnings and structured methodology: Chiropractic Biophysics, or CBP. This technique is not just about immediate pain relief; it's a comprehensive approach to diagnosis, treatment, and maintenance of spinal health based on sound biomechanical principles.

The Role of CBP in Posture Correction and Spinal Alignment

Do you find yourself slouching more often than not? Does your back ache after long days? Do you wish improving posture could be easier? Help is available through a breakthrough approach called Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP). This transformational technique offers the secrets to unlocking your body’s full potential for correcting poor posture and realigning the spine.

The CBP Approach to Spinal Alignment for a Pain-Free Life

Chiropractic care is a health profession that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders related to the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine. The premise of chiropractic care lies in the understanding that such disorders affect general health through the nervous system. In recent years, a specific approach within chiropractic care has gained traction for its effectiveness in addressing spinal alignment issues. This approach is known as Chiropractic BioPhysics or CBP.

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This Deep Tissue Laser Therapy penetrates the tissues with soothing warmth.  Results are often immediate.  Some people get up to 50% pain reduction in the first visit, but more commonly, it takes 3 to 5 visits.  Treatment time is 5 to 10 minutes and is completely painless and are very soothing. 

Do you know when to use ice?

Did you know ice can cause frostbite? Just ask Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown how his feet feel. As reported in The Mercury News and in USA today Full body cryotherapy (ice) is a popular recovery method used by athletes like LeBron James.

What is Med-Pay?

Did you know that 9 out of 10 people get into car accidents every 10 years? No wonder so many people have headaches and neck pain. Unfortunately, most of those people don’t know if hey have Med-Pay or even what it is until its too late.