While these exercises are considered mild, please consult a doctor (hopefully our clinic’s!) to see which of these exercises would be helpful, and which could actually be harmful. Thank you for choosing our clinic to boost your health.
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That said, please click the area(s) you are looking for stretch or strengthening exercises below.
Ball and Foam Roller Pec Stretch
Basic Hamstring Stretch
Cat and Cow Exercise
Foam Roller Stretch
Advanced Hamstring Stretching
Hip External Rotator Stretch
Hip Internal Rotator Stretch
Pigeon Pose Stretch
Potato Chip Exercise
We only offer a few products, but we fully stand behind those that we do: the Therapeutica Pillow and the Strassburg Sock.
The Therapeutica Pillow is the only pillow we’ve ever carried and for good reason: It works. There are literally hundreds of pillows out there, but the American Chiropractic association approves only one. It is essentially two pillows in one, and because it is made of polyurethane foam it doesn’t allow dust mites to reside within it. Because the pillow does not change its shape every n ight, it leads ot a consistency of sleep that many people have been craving. It’s been our experience that patients with occipital neuralgia, or cervicogenic migraine, almost respond 100% better with this “neck orthotic” in place.
The last product is our funniest one, the Strassburg Sock. It has two uses, one for the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis, and a secondary purpose as a contraceptive device, because it looks so funny! Essentially a sock with a strap on it, it activates the connective tissue of the foot as you sleep, stretching out the plantar fascia and radically decreasing pain, especiallyin the morning. One of the easiest diagnosis to make, plantar fasciitis is typically characterized by a stabbing pain in the bottom of the foot, especially after waking.