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Where Have All the Post X-Rays Gone?

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

This is the sixth blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

The Difference: Before & After Chiropractic Care

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, July 06, 2016

See The Difference?

These are the before and after-treatment cervical x-rays of a 35 year-old woman who had suffered a relatively minor whiplash injury in an auto accident five years ago. 

Cervical Curve Remodeling [Infographic]

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Monday, May 09, 2016

This is the third infographic in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Exercises and iTrac: A Perfect Active and Passive Therapy Combination

Posted by Teresa Burnett, DC on Monday, May 09, 2016

This is the fifth blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Maximize iTrac Marketing: Start with Existing Patients

Posted by Teresa Burnett, DC on Monday, May 09, 2016

This is the fourth blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 


The majority of patients that walk through the office doors have some degree of forward head posture (FHP) leading to common cervicogenic conditions: migraines, headaches, neck pain, TMJ disorders, upper back pain, shoulder pain, carpal tunnel, arm/hand pain and numbness. This makes them fitting candidates for iTrac® Therapy, in combination with their treatments, based on their posture alone by a simple posture analysis.

Benefits of iTrac® Therapy to Your Patients and Your Practice

Posted by Cameron Bigge, DC, BSc on Thursday, April 07, 2016

This is the third blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 


We live in the 21st century where people have integrated their lives with technology. People appreciate the sense of confidence and convenience that technology provides. Same with our chiropractic offices. Implementing the iTrac® from Pivotal Health Solutions has been one of the best technology investments I have made for patient care in my office.

Case Study: Cervical Curve Remodeling for Headache Patients [Infographic]

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Tuesday, April 05, 2016

This is the second infographic in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 

Headache Patients Need Cervical Curve Remodeling

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Thursday, March 10, 2016

This is the second blog in the "Take the Lead: Tech Neck to Perfect Posture" series focusing on engaging and challenging doctors around the world to Take the Lead in their communities to begin changing people’s lives by integrating cervical curve remodeling and posture correction into their existing treatment protocols. 



Consider this. If we as spine care experts were successfully correcting posture (i.e. restoring sagittal balance and improving global spinal alignment) on a consistent and predictable basis, our clinic door hinges would be worn out from all the new patients rushing in requesting posture correction (i.e. spinal correction). The unfortunate reality is; this is not currently the case for most clinics. 

Starting and Marketing a "Tech-Neck" Program

Posted by Jarrod Nichols, DC, CSCS on Friday, August 28, 2015

When I tell patients that their head and neck pain is related to their smartphone or tablet use, they don’t even blink. “You’re probably right,” they say.