Good vs. Evil

Compression is the Villain and ELDOA is the Super Hero

 

The spine’s biggest enemy is compressive forces and the spine’s greatest friend is the ELDOA.  For those that don’t remember, the ELDOA is a 1-minute exercise designed by Guy VOYER for the purpose of decompressing the targeted joint.  There is an  ELDOA for almost every joint in the body, but the most powerful ELDOA are for the spine and pelvis.  

Compressive Forces on the Spine

The body is designed for many different tissues to dissipate daily compressive forces.  However, this requires all the tissues to be in a healthy state, which rarely occurs in modern society.  When the collective tissues cannot absorb the compressive forces, the spine and its individual motion segments are the last line of defense.  A motion segment is composed of two vertebra and a disc, hence all of the spinal pathologies surrounding us today.  Over 70% of the population will suffer from back pain in their lifetime. 

What Spinal Pathologies Does ELDOA Help?

ELDOA is the one technique that will help every common spinal pathology.  Whether suffering from disc bulges, stenosis, degenerative joint disease, degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, Schmorl’s nodes, scoliosis, arthritis, or facet joint injuries.  Every single one of these pathologies will benefit from specific ELDOA prescribed by a certified ELDOA instructor.  Even better, a consistent ELDOA practice can prevent all of the above pathologies from occurring.

Where Can I Learn ELDOA?

H3 in Fort Lauderdale is one of the few places in the world that is certified to teach ELDOA.  If H3 is out of range, please contact us to find the nearest ELDOA practitioner.  

Become ELDOA Certified Yourself!

If you are interested in becoming ELDOA certified yourself I have extraordinary news!  Guy VOYER will be teaching ELDOA 1, January 18-20, 2019 here at H3 in Fort Lauderdale.  This class will fill up fast so reserve your ticket now by clicking here . 

Until Next time.

Better Body. Better Life.

Dan Hellman, MSPT

 

 

   

 

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