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Pettibon Weighting System

Burl Pettibon, DC | July 24, 2015
The Pettibon Weighting System reflexly causes the muscles of the neck and back to correct the spine and posture in 3 dimensions as the weights reflexly stimulate the patient’s nervous system. The nervous... Read More...
The Pettibon Institute | August 1, 2012
A 41-yr old engineer/weight lifter came into Dr. Jon Pettibon's office in severe pain and was considering back surgery. After a couple of visits using a Pettibon Deluxe Inversion Table and exercises in the... Read More...
Categories: Spotlight Corner
Dr. Burl Pettibon, DC, FABCS, FRCCM, PhD (Hon) | June 20, 2012
Patients who are Posture Pattern 2 often need Hip Weighting (in addition to Head and Shoulder Weighting) to make posture corrections. It is Essential that patients with Posture Pattern 3 need Head, Shoulder... Read More...
Dr. Burl Pettibon, DC, FABCS, FRCCM, PhD (Hon) | June 8, 2012
Head and shoulder weighting corrects the A–P skull and spine down to L3. The addition of hip weighting after Repetitive Cervical Traction and Wobble Chair workouts corrects lumbo-pelvic deviations. 1. Place... Read More...
Dr. Burl Pettibon, DC, FABCS, FRCCM, PhD (Hon) | June 6, 2012
1. Place the hip weight on the front and side of the hip that appears to be rotated forward. This is usually the hip on the measured acute lumbo-sacral angle on an A–P x-ray (See Picture). 2. Load the same... Read More...
Mark Morningstar, D.C. | July 9, 2007
ABSTRACT Background: Bracing treatment for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is a commonly prescribed treatment for curvatures up to roughly 35°. Little data in the United States has been published concerning... Read More...
Categories: Scoliosis
Mark W Morningstar, DC, Megan N Strauchman, DO, Greg Gilmour DC | September 26, 2003
ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate the possible benefits of using Pettibon corrective procedures to reduce the curvature associated with idiopathic scoliosis. These procedures were tested to determine... Read More...
Categories: Scoliosis
Mark W Morningstar, DC, Megan N Strauchman, DO, Greg Gilmour DC | September 26, 2003
ABSTRACT Objective: To investigate the possible benefits of using Pettibon corrective procedures to reduce the curvature associated with idiopathic scoliosis. These procedures were tested to determine... Read More...
Categories: Scoliosis