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Orlando Chiropractor Recognized As An Authority On Natural Spinal Pain Relief
By Andrew Karvert : A how to tutorial about Orlando Chiropractor, Atlas, Orthogonal targets, Health and Fitness with step by step guide from Andrew Karvert.
Orlando, FL, 07-APRIL-2011 - Racine Chiropractic & Wellness Center and Orlando chiropractor, Dr. Steve Racine, DC, BQAO, are pleased to announce a unique and state-of-the-art system of chiropractic hair. There is no cracking or popping of spine, hips or neck joints. Instead, the doctors use a device known as the Atlas Orthogonal.
The focus of Dr. Racine's practice is the upper cervical area of spine vertebra. The Atlas is the uppermost cervical vertebrae, on which the weight of the head rests. Poor posture or injury can cause pain in the area. The symptoms might radiate to other parts of the spine or to the shoulders and arms.
Use of the Atlas Orthogonal targets the precise area that is misaligned and gently helps to realign the stressed vertebra, discs and connecting tissues and nerves. Additional work with strengthening the cervical area through posture training and beneficial exercises can follow the initial pain reduction sessions.
Learn more about how the Atlas Orthogonal equipment helps to alleviate spinal pain by checking out the web pages at http://www.DrRacine.com today. Members of the press and other persons may find answers to further questions about chiropractics or about this press release by contacting the doctor at the location described below.
Contact Person Name: Dr. Steve Racine DC
Company Name: Racine Chiropractic & Wellness Center
Address: 6916 Aloma Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792
Contact Telephone Number: (407) 677-8881
Contact Fax Number: (407) 677-0705
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