Rehab: Results Speak for Themselves

Pettibon, Jon
May 2013
American Chiropractor;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p50
The article discusses the author's painful experience of a lumbiar spine infection that hampered his 34 years of practice as a chiropractor. The author also discusses the decompression system implemented by him that utilizes simultaneous cervical and lumbar traction with body vibration and exercise protocol. The author suggests some home-care treatments including Therapeutic Wobble Chair exercises, Pettibon head and body weighting, and spinal molding for patients for considerable pain reduction.


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