Smash Face

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“Ok, go ahead and lay face down on the table and Dr. Becerra will be right with you.”  And you’re thinking, “why?”

To receive and hold a good adjustment, your body must be at rest before and during the adjustment.  Before every adjustment we advise you to lay face down on the adjusting table, with your arms hanging to the sides or on the floor.  This will cause your spinal muscles to rest and loosen up in order to get the vertebrae to fan out so that they can be adjusted more easily.  If for some reason due to your condition you cannot lay face down, we will adapt and find a more suitable position for you to rest in before your adjustment.

So what’s the big deal?  Smash face.  Us ladies take a great deal of care and effort in the morning, putting on our make up and making ourselves presentable for the day and laying face down can create two little lines on the face from the paper, or even muss up the makeup!  So what’s a girl to do?  LAY FACE DOWN!  It really is the best way to receive a great adjustment.  So when our staff sends you to a table, please don’t sit on the edge of the table and text.  Lay down!  You’ll be glad you did!

sherry

To receive and hold a good adjustment, your spine must be at rest before and during the adjustment. Before every adjustment, we advise that you lie on the adjusting table face down with your arms hanging to the floor to rest your spinal muscles and fan out the vertebrae so they may be adjusted easily. (If in your case there is a more suitable resting position, we will advise you). – See more at: http://www.hardickchiropractic.com/index.php/starting-care/before-and-after-your-chiropractic-adjustments.html#sthash.oa7ozBXM.dpuf
To receive and hold a good adjustment, your spine must be at rest before and during the adjustment. Before every adjustment, we advise that you lie on the adjusting table face down with your arms hanging to the floor to rest your spinal muscles and fan out the vertebrae so they may be adjusted easily. (If in your case there is a more suitable resting position, we will advise you). – See more at: http://www.hardickchiropractic.com/index.php/starting-care/before-and-after-your-chiropractic-adjustments.html#sthash.oa7ozBXM.dpuf
To receive and hold a good adjustment, your spine must be at rest before and during the adjustment. Before every adjustment, we advise that you lie on the adjusting table face down with your arms hanging to the floor to rest your spinal muscles and fan out the vertebrae so they may be adjusted easily. (If in your case there is a more suitable resting position, we will advise you). – See more at: http://www.hardickchiropractic.com/index.php/starting-care/before-and-after-your-chiropractic-adjustments.html#sthash.oa7ozBXM.dpuf
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