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To give you more of an in-depth explanation of your chiropractic care, watch these helpful videos that will tell you more about your care, healing, and post-treatment information that will help you on your journey to wellness.

The video below is about the technique Dr. LeFever utilizes, NUCCA Chiropractic.

 Now Let’s Discuss Healing

Dr. LeFever explains what your first day of chiropractic care will look like, along with what your road to recovery will look like with chiropractic care. Below the video you can also download the Do’s and Don’ts of Chiropractic Care handout by clicking on the button.

Exercises to Promote Healing

all these exercises should promote healing and not cause pain

Static Back

How to Perform this E-cise™

  1. Lie on your back with your legs up over your inflatable large block or up over a chair/couch.
  2. Your arms are at 45 degrees and your palms up.
  3. Try to relax your upper back and notice if your low back is flat evenly from left to right.
  4. HOLDWhat this E-cise™ does

This exercise creates a horizontal load between the shoulder and pelvis, which contributes to the thoracic extension by engaging the stabilizers and flexors of the hip. This position helps prevent compensation from occurring while performing other types of muscular work.

 

Static Back Knee Pillow Squeezes

How to Perform this E-cise™

  1. Lie on your back with your legs up over a block or chair.
  2. Place a pillow between your knees.
  3. Place your arms out to the sides at 45 degrees from your body with palms up.
  4. Relax your upper back.
  5. Squeeze your knees into the pillow then release.
  6. Repeat as directed on your menu.

This exercise stabilizes the pelvis bilaterally. This Static Back position creates horizontal load between shoulder and pelvis, which contributes to thoracic extension by engaging the stabilizers and flexors of the hip. This position helps prevent compensation from occurring while performing other types of muscular work.

 

Static Back Pull-Overs

How to Perform this E-cise™

  1. Lie on your back with your legs up over a large block or chair, knees bent at 90 degrees.
  2. There should be a small pillow or block placed directly above your head at arms length.
  3. Relax your legs, lower back and stomach.
  4. Reach arms straight up above your chest, elbows locked and hands clasped together.
  5. Now lower your hands down to the floor, above your head.
  6. Return your arms to the starting position and repeat as directed on your menu.

This exercise engages spinal extensors. This Static Back position creates horizontal load between shoulder and pelvis, which contributes to thoracic extension by engaging the stabilizers and flexors of the hip. This position helps prevent compensation from occurring while performing other types of muscular work.

 

Neck & Upper Back Stretches

Lower Back Stretches

Pec Stretching

3 Core Exercises To Do Everyday

Core Stabilization

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Upper Body Warm-Up

Lower Body Warm-Up

Help Your Nervous System

Below is additional information that will help the nervous system function better and overall health improve. Wim Hof , also known as The Iceman, is a Dutch extreme athlete noted for his ability to withstand freezing temperatures. He attributes these feats to his Wim Hof Method, a combination of frequent cold exposure, breathing techniques and meditation that will help the nervous system and overall health. Click the button below to learn the science of the Wim Hof Method and how to use it.

The Cold Shower Method

A cold shower method will instill balance in your metabolism and also help strengthen the nervous system. See video below and also click the button for the informative downloadable PDF.

Have Additional Questions?

If you have any additional questions about your chiropractic care at ALIGNOLOGY & Associates, please reach out to us and we are happy to help!

Have Additional Questions?

If you have any additional questions about your chiropractic care at ALIGNOLOGY & Associates, please reach out to us and we are happy to help!

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