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Wall Traction and Passive Spinal Molding

By February 10, 2020 April 6th, 2023 neck pain
Passive Spinal Molding - Chiropractor

I’m going to show you what we need to do here in our office in order to help you out with your neck pain. And one of those tools that we have is something called wall traction. It actually works to put the curve right back in the neck.
So I have chased to help me out here. And first thing when I’m going to have you do is turn this way. A lot of people, what happens is they lose the curve in the neck. There should be a really good curve just like this. Keeping that head right over the shoulders. But if people lose that curve through things like posture or car accidents, falls, sports injuries, then it can put abnormal pressure on all those nerves coming out, which can cause things like chronic neck pain.

So our wall traction wall is actually something that works to put that curve right back in. So we’re going to show you how it works. So chase, I’m going to have you slip into the wall. Traction unit, I promise, is not a noose, but it’s going to work on putting that curve right back in the neck. So this part goes right under, right behind the neck here.

I’m just going to fix that on your collar. So it’s more comfortable for him. And this one is already set for his height. So this part right at the chin level, he’s going to have a reverse grip. He has a nice wide stance, and what he’s going to do is lightly squat down. Working to put that curve right back in the neck.


Super, super cool. It’s called passive spinal molding works. To put that curve in the neck takes pressure off the nerves so that your neck muscles can function the way that they need to. So we hold it for a couple seconds. And then he comes right back up looking straight ahead, working to put that curve back in the neck.

This is our patient’s favorite part of care. It feels so good because we’re always in this position right here throughout the day, uh, at, at, at work, when we’re coming back home and we’re sitting in the recliner, when we’re driving to work, when we’re sleeping, we’re always in this position. This works to take that out and it’s just a great relief.

For neck pain relief. So my name is Dr. Ryan Carlson. Again, we’re actually doing a neck patient or a neck pain, new patients special. It’s just 40 bucks. Includes an exam, a consultation, any necessary x-rays or other tests, and we need to do to find out if you have a curve problem in your neck. And that’s what this next.

Pain new patients specialists for is for you. So go ahead and hit that button down below. You can put in some information and it’s going to take you to a separate page and then we can start that conversation where we can go ahead and get you set up for an appointment, get you out of your neck pain.
Looking forward to seeing you in the Bentonville Family Chiropractic office. We’ll see you real soon.



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Dr. Ryan Carlson is a leader within the chiropractic profession, as he teaches thousands of doctors on 4 continents every year how he is able to achieve such great results at Deep Roots Health Center. Originally studying to be a pharmacist, Dr. Carlson experienced firsthand the suffering that people go through when on the merry-go-round of Western Medicine, constantly being given another pill or surgery. In an effort to help fix our broken healthcare system, Dr. Carlson graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University and opened one of Northwest Arkansas’ only neurological-based chiropractic offices, focusing on specific and scientific adjustments to help the NWA community with their health. Before opening Deep Roots Health Center, Dr. Carlson was honored to be hand-selected for a position in Southern California at one of the busiest and most esteemed chiropractic health centers in the world. Here, he worked closely with several types of patients: corporate executives, moms and families, babies and children, seniors, and even numerous professional and Olympic athletes. Dr. Carlson not only holds a prized Advanced Proficiency certification within his neurological-based technique system, but also has completed a post-graduate course in auriculotherapy from the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders in order to better serve those patients who struggle with different forms of addiction. Dr. Carlson is also a published author in an effort to better serve and teach other doctors all over the world how to provide exceptional care for their patients and communities.

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