Spinal Touch

By: Lume Retreat  15/01/2014
Keywords: back pain, lower back pain, Neck Pain Relief

This is a highly specialised therapy that can only be performed by a qualified biomechanics technician. By applying spinal touch, posture and core alignment are corrected. By using gentle manipulation of the underlying muscle tissue the therapy induces muscle relaxation. As a consequence toxins are released from the tissues. Pain can be reduced or removed completely. This therapy has many applications including the relief of sciatica, prolapsed discs and much more..

Keywords: back pain, hip pain, low back pain, lower back pain, Neck Pain Relief

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