Denneroll Spinal Orthotics
Spinal Orthotics for Postural and Structural Correction
To Get The Best Results Your Need To Do Your Homework.
Denneroll Orthotics for Spinal Remodelling @ Home
Corrective Chiropractic is ever changing, always evolving. New techniques develop, improved treatments are devised and new tools designed to assist with Spinal Corrections.
Denneroll is a fantastic, lightweight, cool and easy to use Spinal Orthotic. Developed over time, with ongoing scientific research, Denneroll supports your postural and structural correction @ the Practice.
Indeed, in many respects the final results you achieve within the Clinic are dependent on the work you do at home. Specific home exercises and Denneroll are key to continuing your correction outside the Practice.
The Denneroll Spinal Orthotic is designed by chiropractors and clinically validated in many case studies and multiple scientific trials. Denneroll devices allow you to continue your treatment at home, the gym, on holiday or at work. Regular, structured use of Denneroll will shorten your recovery time while improving flexibility and function.
The Denneroll allows you to target specific areas of the spine that need curve correction. There are three separate models each designed to individually target your Cervical (neck), Thoracic (mid back) or Lumbar (lower back) Spine.
Loss of your healthy spinal curves is one of the earliest contributors to poor function and irreversible spinal damage. For more information on this please scroll down or browse to the Chiropractic BioPhysics Research Page. The Denneroll products create a stretch which can improve movement, relieve muscle tension, and assist in the correction of poor spinal curves. The effectiveness of Denneroll products is well supported by in-house clinical observation, clinical trials and scientific research.
Light and easy to travel, the Denneroll can be used in your home, the office, or anywhere there’s flat ground with each stretching session taking between 1 – 20 minutes. Typically, each patient should build up to between 15 to 20 minutes for the best results. Please build up slowly, as directed by Dr. Hooper and the Rehabilitation Team.
For those on the Corrective Care and Spinal Reconstructive Care Programs, the use of Denneroll is essential. To get the best results – You must do your home work.
All that is takes is 15 to 20 minutes per day for measurable improvement in your spinal structure and posture. When it comes time for your progress evaluations, the regular use of Denneroll will determent the results you get on your comparative X-Rays.
Long standing research shows the benefits of an ideal spinal curve. Sagittal Balance is also very important. Research now shows that a reduced lordosis and forward head carriage is associated with a range of health issues including increased neck pain, disability and reduced blood flow to the brain!
According to current research a normal sagittal cervical spine has a lordotic curve (Bulut, 2016). Loss of neck lordosis, or a reversal of curve – called a kyphosis, is associated with:
- Increased Spinal Cord Nerve Root Tension (McAviney J, 2005 and Moustafa IM, 2011)
- Increased Neck Pain (Moustafa IM, 2015)
- Increased Levels of Pain and Disability in the Neck (Villavicencio AT, 2011, Mustafa IM, 2011/16)
- Poor Health and Poorer quality of life (Mustafa IM, 2016 and Yoon SY, 2018)
- Increased severity of Neck Disc Injuries (Gum JL, 2012 and Gao 2019)
- Increase severity of Lower Back Disc Injuries (Moustafa IM, 2015)
The poor health outcomes and disease processes related to loss of cervical curve originate from prolonged biomechanical stresses and strains in the neural elements (Harrison DD, 2004). Loss of cervical lordosis leads to very large altered stresses to the vertebrae providing the basis for vertebral compression, osteoarthritis, and osteophyte formation consistent with Wolff’s law (Harrison DE, 2001).
In addition to these skeletal changes in the cervical spine, the muscles and soft tissues that support the neck have to work harder to compensate for the biomechanics instability creating soft tissue weakness and damage (Alpayci M, 2016 and Yoon 2018).
Bottom line; maintaining the cervical curve of your neck around 30 to 40 degrees appears to the safest in providing optimal blood flow to your brain.
The Denneroll, along with you Corrective Care at The Spinal Centre, will help you achieve, or at least move toward these health goals, depending your level of spinal decay.