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5 Facts About the Spine: Long, Tall & Short of It

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, March 06, 2019

By Dr. Troy Tann

8 Frequently Asked Questions about the iTrac® Spine Remodeling System

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Getting to know the iTrac® System


1. What is iTrac®? The iTrac® is a modern and effective seated therapy device designed for restoring the cervical curve and reducing Forward Head Posture.
It is a great add-on service to your already effective chiropractic adjustments that will enable your adjustments to "hold" longer. It is the most hassle-free, high-tech spine remodeling device on the market that delivers effective, long-term and measurable results.  The science behind iTrac® is based on 30 years of Chiropractic Biophysics® research.

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. 

Cranial Release Technique for Stress and Overall Wellness

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Chiropractors are finding that one simple technique can have a major impact on their patients' well-being and overall bodily health. The Cranial Release Technique takes only about a minute, gently stretching muscles at the base of the skull to realign bones in the head. Patients have reported benefits to a wide range of bodily conditions, from improvements in joint paint and headaches to allergies and even digestive problems.

Re-engaging & Resetting Your Posterior Oblique Subsystem

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, January 01, 2014

How do you walk? How do you run? Thanks to a subsystem of the body known as the posterior oblique subsystem, we are allowed to do the basic functions that are taken for granted. When these muscles are imbalanced, that’s when movement suffers. Treatment techniques, including laser therapy and soft-tissue mobilization, can bring movement back. Perry Nickelston, DC, FMS, SFMA, Dynamic Chiropractic, offers practical advice on how to reset the posterior oblique movement chain.