Spine Force Therapy in Whitby, Ontario

Spine Force - Treating Spinal Injuries and Subluxations Strengthening Spinal Muscles

Rapid Release in Whitby, Ontario

Who is LPG and what is Spine Force?

LPG is the world leader in connective tissue therapy. Most recognized for connective tissue technology that treats the body from the outside-in, LPG has now launched Spine Force, a groundbreaking technology that supports chiropractic adjustments, working on the spine from the inside-out, preventing connective tissue diseases and promoting overall health and well-being.

How does Spine Force work?

Spine Force is the only machine in the world to strengthen the core spinal muscles!

The oscillating platform identifies weaknesses and/or imbalances in the spine, creating personalized exercise protocols for patients’ specific needs.

The protocols work in conjunction with chiropractic adjustments of vertebral subluxations [1] to strengthen core spinal muscles which help the adjustment to hold, and provide immediate, lasting and measurable results.

Spine Force empowers people to reclaim and maintain their complete bodily homeostasis and achieve optimum health.

What Are The Core Spinal Muscles?

The spine is held together by ligaments and muscles; the core spinal muscles are sometimes referred to as ‘intrinsic stabilizer muscles;’ they protect the degree and angle of all spinal movement, acting as holders, receptors and monitoring position.


Why Is There A Need For Core Spinal Stability?

Physicians are well aware that the core of the body is where the power is derived from and that, as the nerve center of the body, it is the foundation of all bodily movements. They realize that for maximum performance and health, the spine must be strong, flexible and unimpeded in its movements. Core spinal muscles connect to the spine, pelvis, and shoulders to create a solid foundation of support; Spine Force helps these core muscles to be strong, flexible, and move freely, and thus generate controlled, powerful movements.

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What Can You Do?

Contact our office at 905-668-8222 to schedule an initial consultation with our Doctor to determine if you are a candidate for care. After carefully studying your case history and exam findings, we will sit down and explain our recommended plan of action for you. After answering any questions you may have about the recommended plan, you may begin your care.