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The Phases of Care at Euclid Chiropractic

Initial Intensive Treatment (Phase One)

During phase one, a patient maybe experiencing moderate to extreme, constant pain or other symptoms.  To reduce the level of pain or other symptoms, patients will be seen by the doctors on a frequent basis until function and activities can return to normal.

Corrective Treatment (Phase Two)

In phase two, as patients start to feel their symptoms regress, the doctors will use their excellent care to return the patient’s spine to a normal alignment allowing the nerves to function properly and a return to health.  This phase may also include exercises to improve the body’s flexibility and strength to support better posture.

Supportive or Maintenance Treatment (Phase Three)

After improvement is reached on the follow-up x-ray, some patients maybe a candidate for infrequent visits to keep their spine healthy.  These patients recognize the doctor’s ability to elevate and maintain a great state of health.

Every person is at a unique level of health.

Euclid Chiropractic offers a complimentary consultation to evaluate your present posture and provide a custom workout for you.

Helping change your health from the inside out.

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Part 3: Shaping Up Sitting Posture-3 Upper Back/Shoulder Exercises

When strengthen these muscles in our upper back, middle back and back of the shoulders, we improve our postural muscles.  Along with a healthy spine curving backward, strengthening these muscles will maintain a relaxed position reducing and resolving muscle pain, neuropathy, joint pain, disc problems, and preventing arthritis.

Remember to hold good posture for each exercise.

Steps for each exercise: 

  1. Lateral Posterior Deltoid ExtensionThis will strengthen the posterior deltoids and rhomboids.

    1. Keep elbows tucked into side, elbows at 90 degrees.

    2. Start with hands in front.

    3. Rotate your hands to the side and pull the shoulder blades in with comfortable tension.

  2. Vertical Posterior Deltoid Extension. This will isolate and strengthen the posterior deltoids.

    1. Upper arms level with the shoulders.

    2. Elbows bent at 90 degrees.

    3. Start with our hands forward, then rotate them back by contract the posterior deltoids.

    4. Go as far up until the shoulders tighten.

  3. Bent Over Reverse Fly. This will strengthen the upper trapezius and back of the neck.

    1. Lean forward 10 degrees.

    2. Start with your hands in front.

    3. Keep head still and form an arch with your hands to reach the level of the shoulders.

Start with low weights and 5 repetitions.  As you get comfortable, then increase the repetitions to 10, then increase the weight.

Only perform these exercises if your body if free of pain and nerve conditions.

Everyone’s health is at a unique state.

Enjoy a Complimentary consultation from our doctors and recover from nerve, spine, and muscle pain.

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