Balancing the Back In Various Positions for Results

We spend most of our lives standing, walking, sitting, and lying supine on our backs. Occasionally we are prone on our stomachs. When receiving treatment, especially for low back issues, request that the practitioner evaluate how your pelvis and sacrum are aligned in standing, supine and prone. If the pelvis and sacrum are balanced in these three positions, there is a good chance your symptoms of discomfort including pain, tightness, numbness and tingling will lessen immediately after your adjustment. There is also a higher likelihood that the balancing of the pelvis and sacrum in all three positions will lead to feeling better during the activities and positions you use during the day. The

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