Re: Adjusting my back

Dear Chris,

I have never seen this method. it would appear to be gentile and safe. Keep in mind that "popping" of the vertebrae is not the same as receiving a specific Chiropractic adjustment.
Please fell free to visit us at www.curvesolutionsusa.com to learn more about health related topics.

Kind regards
Dr Anthony Gambale
Curve Solutions Team

Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on December 09, 2010 at 10:38:37:

In Reply to: Adjusting my back posted by Chris on December 06, 2010 at 14:15:13:

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Silicone inserts leave the epicondyle pressure-free and provide an intermittent compression to the soft tissue of the joint, leading to increased circulation, thus aiding in the resorption of swelling and edema.

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