Articles and Links

Latest article:

Chiropractic Adjustment of the Lumbar Spine (Low Back) Video

The position for lumbar spine manipulation is very similar to that used during sacroiliac joint techniques. The patient is placed again in this lateral recumbent position and we try to isolate the area to be manipulated by hooking the spinous process of the lumbar vertebra. The joint is then stressed to its end range of motion with the forearm placed over the ischial tuberosity. At this point, a high-velocity, low-amplitude impulse can be applied. An alternate technique is to place the hypothenar eminence on the spinal tissues and again stress the joint to its end range of motion. A high-velocity, low-amplitude impulse is again applied.
See more…

Browse below for articles on a variety of spine health issues:

Back Pain


Herniated Discs

Myofascial Therapy

Neck Pain



Spinal Stenosis


Visit us on for videos, forums, blogs and more information about back and neck pain.