29-year-old male sought treatment for severe upper back and neck pain that was interfering with his ability to perform his essential job functions.
As a man of increased stature, patient recognized that his posture was altered to perform tasks, with an increased stoop or bend that was causing severe pain.
A corrective treatment plan was recommended and after 12 visits, a new evaluation was performed. Positive alterations to his posture were noticed, and modifications to the Adjustment protocol were made.
At the end of the Initial Intensive Phase of Care, new Radiographs were obtained that showed a 50% increase in cervical angle curvature. He no longer reports severe back of neck pain and has a general increased positivity during his workday.