We are a Multi-Specialty Diagnostic & Rehabilitation Facility specializing in acute, chronic and traumatic spinal conditions and headaches.
We offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date rehabilitation utilizing the latest technology, diagnosis and procedures to treat conditions such as aches and pains from minor strain and sprains, to major injuries related to new or previous sports, work, and auto accidents.
“I thought it would go away.”
We hear this every day. It doesn’t matter if you are 9 or 90 years old. If you are experiencing new or ongoing neck or back pain, or if you were involved in a recent auto accident or sports trauma, get checked out today. You may not realize it, but if left ignored or untreated, or think that “it might go away soon”, it can be a sign of a very serious spine related health problem. It can affect your muscles, nerves, bones and joints throughout your body and not just the spine. Your nervous system communication pathway is housed and protected by your spine. Your brain communicates with your body / organs via the spinal cord. A misalignment or trauma to any portion of the spine can disrupt that communication and cause a very serious health problem.
EXPERT, PROMPT AND PRACTICAL CARE is available at Advanced Spine and Headache Center.
Our highly qualified staff of specialists include medical and chiropractic physicians, and physical and massage therapists whose goal is to design each treatment plan according to every patient’s individual needs. Utilizing only objective documentation, evidence-based research and our expertise, we are able to design a rehabilitation program that is both expedient and cost-effective.
DON’T WAIT ANY LONGER !!! RELIEF MAY BE A PHONE CALL AWAY !!!
CALL US TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT, or use the contact form at the right for quick questions.
Advanced Spine and Headache Center
21751 W. 11 Mile Road, Suite 110, Southfield, MI 48076
Phone: 248-356-2100 Fax: 248-356-2121
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The position for lumbar spine manipulation is very similar to that used during sacroiliac joint techniques. The patient is placed again in this lateral recumbent position and we try to isolate the area to be manipulated by hooking the spinous process of the lumbar vertebra. The joint is then stressed to its end range of motion with the forearm placed over the ischial tuberosity. At this point, a high-velocity, low-amplitude impulse can be applied. An alternate technique is to place the hypothenar eminence on the spinal tissues and again stress the joint to its end range of motion. A high-velocity, low-amplitude impulse is again applied.
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