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Music. Hey guys, I'm Dr. Joseph Cipriano. Today, our patient is experiencing some neck pain. After doing motion palpation and certain orthopedic tests, we've identified the specific areas in her neck that need to be adjusted. So, today, we're going to be ing a seated cervical adjustment. As you can tell, I'm laterally flexing the head and rotating it towards me, and then applying a slight pull for the adjustment. There we go. How was that? Yeah, happy customer. In the next video, we're going to show the thoracic adjustments and then move on to the lumbar spine. The patient comes in with pain in the mid and upper back region. So, I'm going to demonstrate a series of adjustments to clear out the thoracic spine. First, I'm going to have you lay face down on the table for me. Okay, let's start off by coming up to the T1 junction. Let's get this nice adjustment. Yeah, right to the thoracic spine here. I'm going to have you take a deep breath in and blow it all the way out. Perfect. Today, we're going to be doing a left SI side posture maneuver. The patient has been experiencing left-sided SI joint pain, as well as some sciatic pain going down into her left leg. So, I'm going to have you lay on your side and face me, please. Bend this top leg and come a little closer to me. Good. We can set this arm right there. Oh my gosh, that's what she needed! Now, we're going to be doing a y-axis distraction technique. As you can see, I have the patient's legs down, knees bent off the table. From here, we're going to get her into position. Lift your head up, and we're going to bring this under and...