Re: Spinal subluxation from sitting?

Dear Sean

My name is Dr Gambale and i am a chiropractor for more then 22 years. Sitting down with your headforward and your mid back going backward puts tremendows stress on your entire spinal curve.Your problem is very common. You should pursue chainging your poor posture sooner then later.If you wait to long you could develop a compression fracture in the mid back area and have permanent problems.
Did you know that chiropractor was discovered in 1895 when a man had his hearing restored with an adjustment.
I sugest you call me personaly at toll free 877-602-7248 so i can give you a free consultation over the phone.
You can also visit me online at www.curvesolutionsusa.com so you can see more articles about your condition and treatment.
Kind regards
Dr. Gambale

Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on July 29, 2009 at 10:14:39:

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