True Spine Difference

Throughout your life, your body has dealt with a number of stressors. Whether it be from childbirth, sports injuries or car accidents, all of these life events provide plenty of possibility for the spine to misalign. The initial phase of care at True Spine is centered around correcting misalignments at the top of the neck, therefore reducing postural compensation and bringing your body into a position of healing. This is the most intensive portion of care as the body has a tendency to pull itself out of alignment due to old muscle memory. Maintaining the correction is crucial in this phase as your body will literally begin to remodel itself in the newly aligned state.

During this phase of care, the body is remodeling and becoming used to the new posture. As this occurs, the corrected position becomes the ‘new muscle memory’. We will introduce specific exercises to help strengthen the upper neck and the entire spine. Our goal here is to solidify the care received during the alignment phase and monitor your progress as your body continues to improve.

A body clear of interference and stress at the top of the spine is a happy body. It can communicate from the brain to the body and from the body to the brain without the stress of a misalignment. At this point in care we are seeing you very infrequently, and only to verify that everything is a-ok. As much as we love having visitors to the office, our real goal is to get you back on the trail or back to playing with your grandkids. Whatever it is that gives you zest for life, that’s where we want you to be.

Measurable results


Measurable results


Kinetisense 3d postural assessment

We use state of the art camera technology to evaluate your posture and track your improvements.

Laser guided hip and shoulder measurements

To further confirm the information from the Kinetisense system your hips and shoulders will be evaluated for tilt and rotation using a laser measuring device.

Leg length

Being out of alignment causes the body to shift into a compensation pattern. This results in the unleveling of the hips and thus one leg appears ‘shorter’. Once back in alignment your brain shifts the posture and the legs even out.

*All of these objective measurements provide the doctor with the information needed to determine whether or not you will need an adjustment that day.