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Back pain relief

7 steps to better health

   This is exactly how a visit to Dr. Goforth goes.
  1.  You call 818-273-4103 and schedule your appointment.  
  2.  You drive to 10308 Mcbroom St., Shadow Hills Ca 91040
  3.  You stop at the Beware of Dog sign and call Dr.Jim, unless
        you have already met Hunter the Husky, in which case you
        would proceed to the office.
  4. You take your shirt off and hold a meter which will show you

Correct emphasis

 Many years ago a person had a low back pain which sent a sharp pain radiating down his
left leg. So he went to see a Chiropractor. The doc took a look at the patient, poked around at his spine for quite awhile, then told the person that he had a subluxation of the 5th lumbar vertebra that needed to be adjusted. Sounded like the doc knew what he was talking about, so
the person went along with this, got adjusted and left the office minus the back pain.

Flash forward to 2015. Same person, same low back pain radiating down his left leg.

Back pain relief simplified

Back pain relief is attained by finding out what caused the pain, and reversing.  This is so simple that you won't believe it.  Cause: a bone slips backward. twists to the right, and also wedges on the right.  Determine which bone has slipped, then make a Chiropractic adjustment that moves the bone forward, from right to left and also reduce the lateral wedging. This puts the bone in a more correct position and usually results in immediate relief.  If there is no relief, either one of the correction factors has been missed, or the problem is so bad that several adjustments are necessary.  This is just for relief, it does not correct the problem, which is something that I will address in my next post. Dr. J