Spinal Structural Rehabilitation
Structural Rehabilitation with Chiropractic BioPhysics®: Spinal structural rehabilitation focuses on the correction of structural abnormalities such as scoliosis. Our Sycamore chiropractors will carefully evaluate each patient’s condition and design a custom treatment plan to rehabilitate the spine so it functions properly to improve overall health.
Spinal structural rehabilitation involves the use of Chiropractic BioPhysics® (CBP) to address not only your physical symptoms but the conditions that caused those symptoms. CBP allows the doctors at Sycamore Integrated Health to formulate the proper treatments without increasing your symptoms.
Some of the conditions spinal structural rehabilitation can help manage and correct include:
- Abnormal spinal curvatures
- Abnormal postures
- Damaged spines
What is Chiropractic BioPhysics® or CBP®?
Chiropractic BioPhysics® is a unique form of chiropractic which involves treatment to reduce scar tissue in the muscles and ligaments in conjunction with remodeling the spine to it’s appropriate alignment and strengthening the muscles to support an improved posture. Our technique works and it is proven!
We are doing spinal structural correction in a way that no other clinic in Illinois does and only very few in the country can do! Patients experience back pain relief in phase one, correction of the spinal structure in phase two, and strengthening and stabilizing for long term correction in phase three.
Chiropractic BioPhysics® Helps Our Patients Recover Quicker
CBP® is a more comprehensive, systematic, scientific approach to chiropractic that provides predictable results. Support for this claim includes a considerable amount of data from research, the experience of numerous flourishing CBP® practitioners, and the longevity of the approach.
Chiropractic BioPhysics® combines standard chiropractic joint adjustments with mirror image® (opposite position) postural adjustments, mirror image® spinal and posture exercise, and mirror-image® traction and stretching to provide more permanent relief and improved health for patients through spine and postural correction.