A Y-strap adjustment is a form of spinal manipulation in which manual, axial traction is applied to the cervical spine (your neck) to bring about the release of stuck joints and any nerve pressure that is causing neck pain. Applying axial force to the cervical spine is similar to lumbar (low back) spinal decompression therapy that is applied to the lumbar spine on a table called a spinal decompression table. What is the difference between a Y-strap adjustment and spinal decompression therapy of the neck?
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