Due to the recent Youtube videos broadcasting Chiropractors performing the Y-Strap Chiropractic Adjustment, I have decided to share my thoughts on it. As stated on my website, I do use the Y Strap in my office, and I am one of the only Chiropractors in California who do.
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It was a time of trial and error, hope, hard work, hopelessness, anxiety, and learning. It was Chiropractic school. I have always been an active individual, and somehow herniated a disc in my neck.
The Y Strap is a relatively new treatment technique with many questions circulating around it. Since I started performing this technique, I tend to see a lot of the same questions… so I will use this post as a sort of “Q&A” based on my experience.
Nagging, sharp pain between the shoulder blades is something a lot of us have experienced. Why is it always on the same side? Do you feel it on both sides? What causes it? I’m going to dive deeper into these questions and hopefully explain why we think it happens and how we can fix it. […]
Thirty-one million Americans will experience back pain at any given time, according to the American Chiropractic Association, with disc bulges and herniations among the most common causes of low-back pain. There IS a reason why wearing a brace will help to reduce the low-back pain in these situations. You do NOT need to stretch your […]
Introducing… CHIN TUCKS! Look at the image below. A lot of times when we sit in front of a computer, we’re hunched over with our head forward (without really realizing it). Meanwhile, there are a bunch of muscles in your neck and upper back that are basically holding on for dear life to keep your […]
Keep stretching the same muscles over and over, but not getting anywhere? I sound like a sales pitch from the radio. What I want to talk about is Post-Isometric-Relaxation. It’s basically a super-stretch, without feeling like you’re going to tear your muscle in half. You probably need a partner, like a Chiropractor, to help you […]
Try something with me. I take some of my patients through this before I treat them (if I feel they need it). Take your shoes off. Stand up nice and straight, keeping your chin back (avoid “jutting” your chin). I usually have my patients stand on a balance foam pad, but you probably don’t have […]
Most people describe a tension headache as a constant dull, achy feeling either on one side or both sides of the head, often described as a feeling of a tight band or dull ache around the head or behind the eyes. These headaches usually begin slowly and gradually and can last for minutes or days, […]