Dr. Rusty Lavender is a Knee Chest Chiropractic doctor who practices at the Lavender Family Chiropractic. He completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Palmer College of Chiropractic. Trained in the Knee Chest Chiropractic technique, Dr. Lavender aims to help his patients restore balance in their spine and manage the negative side effects of cervical subluxation. He is passionate in providing quality care to his patients and providing actionable tips to maintain the structural integrity of the cervical spine and the rest of the vertebral bones.

Technique/s: Upper Cervical Care, Knee Chest Chiropractic

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Blogs by Dr. Rusty Lavender

Sleep Posture 101 for Reduced Low Back Pain

Sleep posture is an essential factor in maintaining good health. It significantly impacts your overall health and possible persistence of back pain, so it's worth paying attention to. Here we have assembled some tips on getting better sleep, improving your upper cervical spinal posture, and naturally reducing back pain!   Importance of Good Sleep Posture Most people neglect the importance of good sleep posture, which is essential for one's overall health. If you ask a friend about their posture, they will instantly jump to the idea of their daytime posture. Referring to standing straight, sitting correctly, and not slouching – [...]

Tai Chi for Chronic Fatigue Relief: Does it Work?

Have you ever heard of Tai Chi? Essentially, Tai Chi is a form of martial arts-based mind and body exercise. It aims to relieve stress, manage pain stimuli better, and improve one’s energy glow. It’s a widely used physical activity, especially because of its potential to help people cope with chronic problems such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).  The question is, does it work? Find out how Tai Chi can help patients and what studies say about its applications in CFS relief. Also, read on to learn ways you can amplify its benefits with the help of additional remedies like [...]

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