Re: Lordosis and reverse spinal curve

Dear Patrick

My name is Dr Gambale and i am a chiropractor for more then 22 years. You can consider your self fortunate enaugh to find a chiropractor that belives can correct your loss of neck curve.
His program seems appropriate and of resonable cost.
5-6 adjustments would not fix your problem and that chiropractor is not your best option.

Asck the chiropractor if he is using our posture recurver system if not i will strongly recomand to see a chiropractor that has our system and he is uses in the office. You can see the Posture recurver system online at www.curvesolutionsusa1.com for in office Chair and www.curvesolutionsusa.com for take home unit that i personaly recomand.

Fell free to visit as online and if you need more healp with your problems please give me a call for a free consultation at toll free 877-602-7248
Kind regards Dr Gambale

Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on August 19, 2009 at 11:36:29:

In Reply to: Lordosis and reverse spinal curve posted by Patrick O'Daly on August 13, 2009 at 05:33:59:

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