Category Archives: spinal decompression therapy

The Uplifting Feeling of an Erect Spine

Ida Rolf wrote that the characteristic of a well-integrated body is a sense of lift. What does that mean? This post contrasts the effort to be erect with no-effort to be erect and in so doing, debunks misconceptions about good … Continue reading

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Spinal Decompression Therapy and Back Pain

The mystique of technology as a fix for everything extends to back pain — in particular, as spinal decompression therapy, an offering that has gained visibility as among the latest in spine care (along with laser treatment — this article … Continue reading

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