Our library of Dr. Faye’s DVDs on advanced manipulation are available for you to order online, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Review the catalog below for a description of each DVD.
Upper Cervical Spine
This section presents some general concepts about generating a thrust and some clinical considerations. The presentations are divided into specific palpations, and Dr. Faye demonstrates each manipulation and repeats them with the patient supine, prone and seated.
Mid to Low Cervical
This segment covers the mid and lower cervical regions of the cervical spine. The introduction gives a brief clinical vignette, while each segment presents a specific palpation and three different manipulations to increase the movement of the restrictions found.
In this section, Dr. Faye covers the thoracic spine and demonstrates many palpation skills that are uncommon in most offices. The thoracic spine is a major concern in most cervical and shoulder joint conditions. The thoracic spine is often overlooked as a major concern in most cervical and shoulder joint conditions including “whiplash” sprains.
There is much more to the lumbar spine than the “lumbar roll”. In the introduction and each section of this DVD, Dr. Faye demonstrates how to palpate all the ranges of motion and the specific adjustments needed to restore normal lumbar function.
The pelvis introduction reviews the lumbopelvic biomechanics as described by doctors Fred Illi and Henri Gillet after observing motion x-ray studies in the late 50′s. Dr. Faye adds the more modern concepts, and demonstrates in each section the sacroiliac manipulations indicated by the examination procedures.
Foot and Ankle
The motion palpation of the foot and ankle is the best place to learn our “impulse” thrust and feel the joint play movements first described by Dr. Mennell. Watch the introduction as well as the many specific palpations and manipulations.
Knee and Hip
The knee and hip palpations and manipulations will become a significant part of your practice. The hip dysfunctions cause many low back conditions and knee pains that are a common complaint. However, most often they do not require surgical intervention.
Hand and Wrist
The hand, wrist and elbow section is an effective tool to learn the “impulse” thrust and joint play movements. Since people use their hands so much, these “fixations” or dysfunctions are very common. Dr. Faye demonstrates examination procedures that will amaze patients who won’t even mention these problems until you examine them.
The “shoulder girdle” is the key to getting great results with non-surgical shoulder conditions and post-operative recoveries. Dr. Faye shows you how to check all the palpations demonstrated and the manipulations they indicate, as well as the upper thoracic anterior glide and lower cervical sympathetic ganglion chain facilitation.
This section is critical if a patient has the need for TMJ manipulation or is suffering from Intercostal Neuralgia. The section on babies is quite basic but completes the series.