We are the area's only Certified Lordex Lumbar Decompression Center


The Lordex® Decompression Therapy procedure provided by our clinics incorporates the Lordex Lumbar Spine System®. For over 25 years Lordex has been the leader in research and technology in the field of non-surgical spine care. Lordex set the standard...and we are proud to use the same.
For a golfer, muscle imbalances can affect the legs, hips, arms, shoulders, and the lower back. It can also affect your game, particularly for those over the age of 50. Your drives may be shorter and less accurate, your stamina may decrease, and the potential for debilitating strains, pulls and tears becomes much higher.
Many golfers - from weekend warriors to the game’s elite like Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam - are now turning to Pilates as an essential training tool that keeps the body in balance and actually improves performance.
It’s now widely acknowledged by dance and gymnastic researchers, clinicians and educators that supplementary training is an essential ingredient to a dancer’s and gymnast’s success and longevity. Dance classes and gymnastic training alone do not provide the necessary physical adaptations to ensure optimal performance and reduced risk of injury.
For most dancers and gymnasts, Pilates is a natural choice when it comes to supplementary training. Pilates and dance training have been deeply interconnected. Dancers and gymnasts feel comfortable with Pilates because the principles integral to dance training and gymnastics are also emphasized in Pilates.
Pilates brings our attention to the importance of deep core support, pelvic alignment and full ROM allowing for fluid and controlled movement throughout the body. Pilates teaches how to integrate the spine with the limbs so overall movement is more fluid and embodied. This leads to efficient, fluid, whole body movements that are essential principles of dance and gymnastics.