CBP - Corrective Care

Discover the exceptional care of Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP), also known as Corrective Care, at our clinic. Dr. Li and our dedicated team are committed to helping you achieve optimal spinal alignment and overall well-being.

Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) is a highly specialized technique that focuses on correcting and restoring the natural curvature of the spine. It goes beyond traditional chiropractic care by incorporating structural rehabilitation and postural correction.

The CBP technique is based on the principle that the spine's alignment and curvature play a crucial role in the body's complete health and function. Through a comprehensive assessment that may include X-rays and postural analysis, Dr. Li identifies any structural abnormalities or misalignments in the spine. Based on this evaluation, a personalized treatment plan will be developed to gradually correct the misalignments and improve your overall spinal health.

CBP has been shown to provide relief and improvement in a wide range of symptoms and conditions. Patients who have sought Corrective Care have experienced relief from chronic back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, postural issues, and other spinal-related conditions. By addressing the underlying structural issues, CBP can help restore optimal nerve function, enhance mobility, and promote overall health and well-being.

Symptoms Addressed by the CBP Technique

The CBP technique is effective in addressing a wide range of symptoms and conditions related to spinal misalignments and postural abnormalities. These may include

Chronic back and neck pain: The CBP technique can help alleviate chronic pain in the back and neck by correcting the underlying structural issues causing the discomfort. Poor posture: Structural abnormalities in the spine can lead to poor posture, which can contribute to pain, reduced flexibility, and decreased quality of life. CBP aims to correct these issues and improve overall posture.

Spinal misalignments: Misalignments in the spine, such as scoliosis or lordosis, can affect nerve function and overall health. CBP helps to restore proper alignment, reducing nerve interference and promoting better health.

​​​​​​​Reduced mobility and flexibility:
Structural abnormalities can limit the range of motion and flexibility in the spine. The CBP technique aims to improve spinal mobility, leading to increased flexibility and improved physical function.

​​​​​​​Please note that the provided information is for educational purposes only, and it's always recommended to consult with Dr. Li or a healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance regarding your specific condition.