Spinal Misalignment

As your spine is connected to many different nerve structures and different parts of your brain, a misalignment at your spinal could be the root cause of the pain and discomfort that you are feeling.

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Common Symptoms of Spinal Misalignment are:

  • Chronic headaches
  • Chest pain
  • Weakness in your limbs
  • Upper back pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Weakness in your limbs
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Pain, tingling, burning sensations or numbness in the arms or legs

3 Stages of Spinal Misalignment Treatment

Pain relief

At this stage, individuals suffering from spinal misalignment may have experienced symptomatic pains associated with the location of the misaligned spine. Eg. Misalignment of C3 may result in headaches and neck pain, and a spinal misalignment of C5 and C6 might caused the individuals to experience numbness in the fingers and even shortness of breath. The initial sessions of the treatment would be aimed at re-aligning the spinal discs that are misaligned, thereby providing varying level of pain relief for the individuals. While different individuals will experience different pace of improvements due to their overall body constitution and severity of the spinal misalignment, some may experienced immediate pain relief and mistook it as the spinal misalignment being 100% treated. As such, we cannot stress enough on the importance on the second stage of Long’s Spinal Misalignment treatment.


While there may be some spinal misalignment that is due to accidents such as sports injuries, car accidents, etc. Most spinal misalignment occur as a chronic condition, a direct result of our daily habits such as:

  • Prolonged poor sleeping postures
  • Prolonged poor seating postures
  • Prolonged poor postures when using the handphones and laptops
  • Poor Diet
  • Emotional Stress

Our spines are connected to ligaments and muscles which helps to support our body posture and movements. As our body have a preferred comfortable position (or memory) conditioned over the years by our habits, we would need re-conditioning to get them “comfortable” with the re-aligned position of the spine. If re-conditioning are not followed through persistently, individual might experience unnecessary relapses of their condition and longer treatment duration. Therefore, it is important to continue with a tighter frequency of treatment even though the individual might experience great improvement after the first few treatment sessions. Individuals would also need to change and improve the habits (root cause) to avoid having a relapse or causing misalignment to the other area of the spine.


We do maintenance work for most things that we find important. We send our vehicles in to the mechanics for servicing, we hit the gym to tone our muscles, we visit the beauty salon to upkeep our facial complexion. For something as important as our spine, maintenance is just as critical. One of the safest and most effective ways you can keep your spinal column in good health is to have the spine check for misalignment and have a spinal alignment maintenance periodically (we recommend a once a month frequency). Of course, one should not forget to get into good habits of maintaining a healthy spine.