Providing specialized care by treating the root cause of the tailbone pain. Our unique and effective procedure focuses on the SacroCoccygeal joint and restoring normal motion. This alternative to surgery has successfully helped thousands of patients get back to doing what they love!
A non-surgical coccyx treatment focusing on stretching the injured tailbone and the surrounding tight muscles to correct tailbone motion, increase function, and decrease coccyx pain.Read More
Causes of Pain
Live out of state?
Don’t let the distance get in the way of your treatment. Although our clinic is located in Eden Prairie, MN, Dr. Laura treats patients from all corners of the United States. The full treatment can be completed within 3 – 5 days, depending on the severity of your case.
Why not surgery?
Surgery to remove the tailbone (Coccygectomy) can be a very long, painful, and costly experience. Our alternative method is quick, effective and inexpensive compared to surgery. The actual adjustment only takes around 60 seconds. We combine the coccyx adjustment with deep tissue muscle massage and assisted stretches to address the joint and surrounding muscles, in order to get you the best possible results.
Will this procedure work?
The majority of our patients have recorded considerable improvement in their pain levels and range of motion in the days and months following our treatment. Each procedure typically improves coccygeal motion by 20-30%. Once measurable motion has been restored, most people feel as though years of strain have been removed from their spines. Reports of improved spine and pelvic flexibility, reduced pain and greater strength are routine.
Meet the Doctor
Dr. Laura Posl
Dr. Laura Posl attended Minnesota State University, Mankato in the registered nursing program, while obtaining her prerequisites for chiropractic graduate school. She was then accepted into Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, MN where she received her Doctorate of Chiropractic and a B.A. in Human Biology. She furthered her coccyx (tailbone) knowledge studying under Dr. Chris Kemper, a pioneer in this specialty.