I have a herniated disc L4-L5 and back pain and I’ve heard good things about Drx 9000.Mark asks...
I’m in sooooooooo much pain.Really want to try DRX9000, there is only one location in charlotte which I’ve found, Trinity Health Care.They are too far from my house .I’m wondering ,how can I get a listing of all chiropractors who carry DRX900 in charlotte NC?
From reply online at Y/A: I am going to suggest that your try these movements before the computerized traction. I want you to sit down in a straight chair and keep your feet and hips planted during the movements. If you give these movements a try and after a few days you find no difference then try the traction but you are going to be surprised by these movements. Do them at least twice a day and the pain should decrease and mobility should increase. Raise the left arm up as high as you can and note the height achieved and then return the arm to your side. Now do the right arm the same way. You are going to find that one arm went up higher so you are going to start with the arm that went up higher. Raise that arm up as high and hard as you can for 30 seconds and then rest it for 15 seconds. Repeat this twice more and then do the same exact movement on the opposite arm 3 times. Now turn your body to the left as far as you can and note the degree of rotation achieved and then do the same to the right. Again one direction is going to go further so you are to start in that direction first. Turn in that direction as hard and far as you can for 30 seconds and then rest for 15 seconds. Repeat this twice more and then do the same to the opposite direction 3 times. Now get up and move around. Stretch or do some movements and there should be less pain. Return to the chair and now turn your head to the left as far as it can go and note the degree of rotation and then do the same to the right. Start in the direction that turned the furthest for 30 seconds and then rest for 15 seconds. Repeat this twice more and then do the same to the opposite direction. Lastly, bring the Left knee up as close to the Right shoulder as you can without using your arms and then return it to the floor. Now do the Right knee up to the Left shoulder as close as you can come without the use of the arms. One combination will get closer so start with that one first. Bring that knee up as close to the opposite shoulder as possible for 30 seconds and then rest for 15 seconds. Repeat this twice more and then do the opposite combination exactly the same way 3 times. Upon completion get up and move around there should be less pain and more mobility. Doing these movements should help to stabilize the problem to a point where you are not only comfortable but able to function with little or no pain.
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