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Posted on 02-08-2017
Our Oxford Integrated multi-discipline clinic combining Combining Physical Therapy and Chiropractics is excited when exercise and back care go hand in hand. Dr. David Wade and the staff at the American Back Institute in Oxford, Alabama encourage exercise as a natural pain reliever for back discomforts. Our Back in Balance yoga classes lead by Jessica Mayberry teaches you how to stretch and strengthen your core, legs, and arms to alleviate discomfort and improve your range of motion. Our integrated practice in Oxford also supports yoga practice as a gentle way to move your spine through a comfortable range of motion to encourage your body to heal.
Dr. Wade uses gentle adjustments to position your spine and joints into a healthy alignment. This alleviates pain and supports natural healing. We combine chiropractic care with yoga to take your healing a step closer to pain-free living. Back in Balance yoga class by Jessica Mayberry will help lengthen your spine naturally and increases the space between the vertebrae using positions such as Downward Facing Dog. We understand that throughout the day, you typically do not find yourself in an upside down position. However, this placement uses gravity to lengthen your spine and decrease your pain.Learn more about the benefits of yoga from Back in Balance, ran by our partnered yoga instructor Jessica Mayberry by visiting her website or following her on Facebook.
If you are looking for an effective yoga class, we welcome you to contact our chiropractor in Oxford for a healing environment. Jessica Mayberry teaches you yoga basics to avoid injuries while also educating you on the value of keeping a straight and strong posture. As you learn yoga breathing techniques, you discover how to reduce stress with natural methods, which also goes a long way toward easing your back pain and muscle tension. As a beginner, we take our time and move slowly through the various poses to not aggravate any discomfort. Soon, you will ease deeper into each pose and feel the flexibility and pain relieving benefits. You also may begin to practice yoga on your own to feel relief throughout the week. Dr. Wade evaluates your condition and determines when you are ready to begin a yoga class, so please speak with him today by contacting us at 256-237-9423.
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