What We Do
The epidemic only chiropractors can solve
Among the millions of patients who
enter a chiropractic office this year, almost all of them will have less than
ideal spinal curves, and a majority will have the #1 tell-tall signs of poor
depressed rib cage
After a few months of chiropractic
care, many of those same patients will feel much better and healthier, but have
the same, less-than-healthy curves, and the same forward head posture.
They will go back to a job that forces them to sit for extended
periods of time. And they will return to a home where they spend most of their
free time slumped in front of a screen, whether it’s a television, a laptop, or
a smart phone.
Their lifestyle will slowly begin
choking their posture and well-being. Until they decide to return to the
chiropractor for another care plan.
Who needs spinal curve restoration?
The answer is simple and objective. Anyone with less than ideal
curves. Especially anyone who wants
range of motion
better overall well-being
The Gambale Chair
The Gambale Chair is a full spine curve correction device.
How the chair works
The Gambale chair has
a unique and simple approach to the science of curve restoration that’s been
proven in the chiropractic literature.
The technology uses a combination of gravity, traction, angle of
forces, and two-way compression to achieve reproducible curve improvements.
With the patient in a seated and reclined position, the patient can feel secure
while experiencing their adjustment over time.
The technology can accommodate any configuration of the spine in
order to pull the head posture backward, move the rib-cage upward, and restore
optimum curvature along the length of the spine.
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