Dr. Yaron Lohr

Effective Solutions to Help; Eliminate your Pain, Restore Function & Optimize your Health. Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

It's time to reclaim your life. Take control of your health and make the right decisions for your future. Reclaim the life that was intended for you. Your body is your vessel own it. I have been practicing since 2002 and what I have seen in the past 10+ years has been amazing and life changing. I am dedicated to providing my patients with all options of care and make them become informed consumers


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◾ Chronic back pain
◾ Neck pain
◾ Herniated or Bulging discs
◾ Spinal Stenosis
◾ Cervical Radiculopathy

Does any of this sound familiar?

At Posture Perfect we have a non-surgical, natural, tried and tested method to help alleviate any of the symptoms above.

What is it exactly...

By gently stretching the spine, causing a slight change in positioning and taking pressure off the spinal discs. It also increases the blood circulation to the spine and helps the dislocated disks to regain back their original position.

🔷Call us at 972-792-0204 to make an appointment with our doctors to discuss if Spinal Decompression therapy is best for you.🔷


It's possible that you have cervical radiculopathy if you experience discomfort in your neck that spreads to your shoulders, arms, or hands.

On the other hand, symptoms of other illnesses may often be mistaken for those of cervical radiculopathy, and vice versa. Therefore, if you have any reason to believe that you may be suffering from cervical radiculopathy, the most logical first step is to get it confirmed. You might seek the advice of a chiropractor or another qualified medical practitioner. They have access to a variety of tests to choose from. The Foraminal Compression Test and Magnetic Resonance Imaging are two of the tests that are available.

Cervical Radiculopathy: An Examination of Its Various Scientific Aspects

Anyone who has experienced the severe pain of a pinched nerve in the neck or anywhere else can speak to the urgency with which one seeks treatment for the condition. You should not, however, be in a rush to get expensive and complicated therapies unless you are very certain that you need them.

According to an article published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, patients with cervical radiculopathy had a 75 percent likelihood of seeing spontaneous improvement in their condition. In most cases, the first phase of therapy consists of a very short period of time and a range of non-invasive procedures, such as chiropractic care.

According to the findings of another research that were recently published in The American Family Physician, the most effective way to begin therapy may include combining many different types of conservative medicines.

Exams to Determine Whether Cervical Radiculopathy Is Present

Now that the foundation has been laid, let's go a bit more into the diagnostic tools that were discussed before.

1) In cases of cervical radiculopathy, a test for foraminal compression is required.

The Foraminal Compression Test was first conceived of and developed by neurosurgeons Roy Glen Spurling and William Beecher Scoville in the year 1944. The Spurling's Neck Compression Test, The Neck Compression Test, and The Quadrant Test are some of the other names that have been given to this examination.

The Foraminal Compression Test does have some effectiveness, but it is not sensitive enough to be utilized as the single diagnostic screening tool for cervical radiculopathy. Other diagnostic tools are needed for that. It works best when combined with other therapies and diagnostic tools, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) scans.

After performing the Foraminal Compression Test, a full medical examination and an in-depth patient history are always recommended as the next steps to take. During the assessment, the physician will carefully move the patient's head and neck in different positions. The doctor will make an effort to extend and rotate the patient's neck in a gentle manner in order to engage and compress the afflicted nerve in a stimulating manner (but safely). Pain and the other symptoms associated with cervical radiculopathy should be simulated if the condition is present.

The test is considered to have produced a positive result if the patient has a recurrence of the symptoms, such as when the pain travels to the shoulder on the same side. A test is considered to be negative if the symptoms cannot be replicated or if the discomfort is localized to the region around the neck. Spasms of the muscles and overall stiffness are common factors that contribute to a negative test result.

2) Detection of Cervical Radiculopathy Using MRI

It is not always the consequence of a pinched nerve when a person complains of neck pain. For example, it might be because of an irritated and inflamed joint in your body. There is also the possibility that the discomfort is the result of a more serious underlying condition, such as degenerative disc disease or a herniated disc. There is also the possibility that you are suffering from cervical radiculopathy or that one of your cervical vertebrae is compressing a nerve.

The challenge is in being able to differentiate between the various situations. The Foraminal Compression Test has previously been covered in the previous section. This is mostly a physical procedure that will be used to evaluate your neck discomfort and identify the root of the problem. In most cases, it is unable to come up with a conclusive answer on its own. The findings, on the other hand, might point to the need of the subsequent test in order to provide a conclusive explanation. One example of such a test is the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Why don't we start using the MRI right away? One reason is due to the expensive nature of the treatment. If there are alternative techniques to determine what the problem is with a customer, you should avoid using this method on all of them. Furthermore, some medical problems and treatments, such as implants, react poorly with an MRI and should not be used because of this interaction.

The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) remains the gold standard when it comes to diagnostic tools. It does this by producing a large magnetic field with the help of powerful magnets, which then interacts with the protons in your body. The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine is capable of producing a two-dimensional picture of a "slice" of your body by controlling the interaction between the protons and the magnetic field. Newer, more sophisticated MRI machines may be able to provide three-dimensional images by fusing together a number of two-dimensional "slices."

Because of this, medical professionals are able to examine and examine not just the bones, but also the tissues, tendons, ligaments, and other components of the body. As a consequence of this, diagnostic conundrums, such as various forms of cervical radiculopathy, may often be addressed satisfactorily with the use of an MRI. In cases when earlier therapies have been unsuccessful or have not been enough, an MRI may provide definitive answers as well as extra essential information.

Your physician may devise a treatment strategy for you regardless of whether or not the illness can be verified. Exercises targeting cervical radiculopathy are almost certainly going to be a component of this treatment plan.


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In clinical practice, the Evidence-Based Process (EBP) is significant because it strives to give the most effective treatment that is currently available in order to improve the results for patients. Patients need the most effective treatment that is also practical, with consideration given to the most thorough data that is at their disposal. EBP is a method that generates complete health care plans by combining clinical experience, scientific data, and the patient-professional viewpoint. These plans have the potential to improve the quality of treatment that is provided to each individual patient. It is possible for those working in health care to adopt EBP tactics in order to put the results of studies into clinical practice. Providers have the ability to incorporate existing scientific knowledge into their clinical practice for each individual patient by utilizing efficient literature-searching skills and by utilizing rigorous evidence-based standards for evaluating research outcomes.


Deep Thoughts By Dr. Yaron Lohr

Patients' cultural health beliefs, preferences, and communication requirements are considered in the National CLAS Standards, which provide a framework for providing treatment that is culturally and linguistically appropriate as well as respectful of patients' diverse backgrounds. All members of a community, state, or health care organization are allowed to make use of the standards.
Because they assist in overcoming cultural and linguistic barriers that might result in miscommunications and, as a result, worse treatment quality, providing services that are culturally and linguistically acceptable (also known as CLAS) is critical to eliminating inequities in health care. It is believed that CLAS are essential to eradicating health care inequalities. CLAS is a method for improving the quality of services offered to all persons, with the goal of eradicating health inequalities and advancing the cause of health equality.
The HHS Office of Minority Health initiated the development of the National CLAS Standards in the year 2000.
The National CLAS Standards Enhancement Initiative was launched in 2010 with the goal of bringing the National CLAS Standards up to date, broadening their applicability, and enhancing their clarity to increase the likelihood that they would be adopted.
The resources have been grouped with the help of the four CLAS domains and the standards that are associated with them. Resource groups include those with impairments, individuals with insufficient English proficiency, individuals with inadequate health literacy, racial and ethnic minorities, and sexual and gender minorities.
The mission statement's implementation results in culturally and linguistically competent policies and procedures specified in the new National CLAS Standards that are aligned with the goals of promoting health equality, boosting quality, and reducing health care inequities.
The Office of Mental Health (OMH) began the process of evaluating and updating standards in the autumn of 2010. The study at the time consisted of three different lines of inquiry: a review of the relevant literature, a period for public comment, and interaction with an advisory panel.
In 2013, the Office of Mental Health (OMH) released new guidelines that define health as the state of being mentally, physically, and socially well.
In addition to the racial, ethnic, and linguistic groupings that are covered by the first criterion, cultures that deserve appropriate services are those that are characterized by geographic, religious, and spiritual, biological, and social characteristics. These characteristics are in addition to those that are covered by the first criterion.
The purpose of standards is to promote health equity, enhance quality, and assist in the elimination of health care disparities. This is accomplished by providing a framework within which individuals and health and health care organizations can implement treatments that are culturally and linguistically appropriate.


Yaron Lohr, DC, CFSA, is a chiropractor, expert in alternative pain treatment, physiotherapist, and functional medicine specialist. He launched Posture Perfect Wellness Center in 2006 with the intention of providing patients with a comprehensive, synergistic healthcare approach. Sports Medicine, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Neurosurgery, and Functional Medicine are included into Dr. Lohr's interdisciplinary approach.

Dr. Lohr's holistic approach unites Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists, and Chiropractors. Dr. Lohr and his team have built a philosophy that emphasizes compassionate, careful, and evidence-based therapy; surgical referrals are the last resort for patients who do not get adequate pain relief.

Dr. Lohr is involved in medical research. Specifically, he has spoken on the ongoing development of best practices for novel spine treatment, as well as a variety of spinal disorders. Dr. Lohr has acted as an expert spine consultant for many Dallas-Fort Worth media outlets, including NBC5, FOX4, The Dallas Morning News, Daily Candy, and The Dallas Voice. Additionally, Dr. Lohr has been recognized as the #1 chiropractor in Addison, Texas.

Dr. Lohr has treated tens of thousands of patients with sports- and stress-related ailments. His individualized and multifaceted approach includes drug-free, natural chiropractic treatments, nutrition and dietary regimens, alternative exercise regimens, and lifestyle assessments.

Dr. Lohr is involved in the creation of treatment regimens to improve musculoskeletal problems and patient care with the guiding principles of reducing pain, restoring function, and maximizing health. He focuses on both short-term and long-term pain alleviation, recognizing that patient education is essential for health and wellbeing.


MRI scan is the best non-invasive test available to find herniated and bulging discs and annular tears. Some herniated discs cause no symptoms. Others can irritate nearby nerves and result in pain, numbness, or even weakness.


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Class IV Laser therapy is a quick procedure, treatment takes an average of 5 to 10 minutes per office visit. Most patients experience positive results almost immediately. Though most chronic conditions require 5 to 6 visits for complete recovery, some patients may need more treatments depending on their natural capacity for healing and the severity of their condition.


We are quite excited about this new treatment for our patients called soft wave therapy.
For several months, we have been testing the device on our patients and have had remarkable results with arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, sports injuries, migraine headaches, shoulder pain, elbow and wrist disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome, Pelvis and hip pain, as well as knee, foot and ankle injuries.
It’s truly amazing.
Shockwave therapy uses cutting-edge technology to trigger the body's inherent healing process at the cellular level.
It’s time to get back in the game.
The outcomes for the treated area are as follows:
• Increased blood supply
• Modulates inflammation
• Stimulates, activates and recruits resident stem cells
• Accelerates wound healing
• Repairs, remodels, and regenerates’ tissue
• Reduces acute and chronic pain
ESWT is a minimally invasive therapy that is especially useful for treating chronic illnesses. Shockwave treatment has been shown in most trials to significantly alleviate the pain and suffering associated with Plantar Fasciitis.
The shockwave therapy lasts around 5-10 minutes. Approximately 2500-3000 shocks will be delivered to the affected tissue during each session.
Unlike other treatments that might take weeks to take effect, shockwave therapy gives rapid pain relief without the need of drugs. Results may be noticed as soon as the following day, and there is no danger of discomfort, swelling, or bruising, which is common with many other treatment techniques. Most patients, particularly those with tendon difficulties, report increased functioning and quality of life after the surgery.
If you are an active person who suffers from discomfort, shockwave treatment may provide you with a visible healing boost, better blood flow, and pain relief.
This therapy is very useful for those suffering from chronic pain caused by a disorder affecting the tendons and bones, such as:
• Achilles’ tendinopathy
• Calcific tendonitis
• Golfer’s elbow
• Heel spurs
• Jumper’s knee
• Osteochondritis
• Plantar fasciitis
• Retrocalcaneal bursitis
• Stress fractures
• Tennis elbow
• Shoulder tendinopathy


Should you see a chiropractor if you are experiencing low back pain?
You are not alone if you have ever visited a doctor for back discomfort. At some time in their lives, an estimated 85 percent of individuals suffer back pain severe enough to warrant a visit to the doctor. Despite its prevalence, the exact source of pain is often unknown. And there is no one-size-fits-all therapy for the majority of low back pain. As a result of these factors, physician recommendations tend to differ. "Standard care" consists of a combination of rest, stretching and exercise, heat, pain medication, and time. Numerous physicians also recommend chiropractic treatment. The good news is that regardless of the therapy suggested, the majority of individuals who have recently developed back pain improve within a few weeks – sometimes within a few days.
What function does chiropractic treatment play?
Some physicians immediately send patients with back discomfort to physical therapist's or chiropractors. Current trends show that many individuals with back discomfort seek treatment independently from acupuncturists, massage therapists, or chiropractors. Numerous high-quality research exist to support this strategy. Low back pain is estimated to cost the United States up to $200 billion a year (including care and lost work), and it is the biggest cause of disability worldwide. With the opioid epidemic looming, we urgently need an effective, safe, and non-opioid option for treating low back pain.
Chiropractic treatment for low back pain was the subject of a recent research.
A 2018 research published in JAMA Network Open is one of the most recent to weigh in on the benefits and drawbacks of chiropractic therapy for the treatment of low back pain. The researchers recruited 750 members of the active-duty military who complained of back discomfort. Half got standard care (medications, self-care, and physical therapy), whereas the other half received standard care plus up to 12 chiropractic treatments.
After six weeks of therapy, individuals allocated to chiropractic care reported reduced pain intensity, decreased impairment, and increased function. They also expressed greater satisfaction with their treatment and used less pain medication.
While no severe adverse effects were recorded, less than 10% of individuals getting chiropractic treatment did (mostly stiffness in the joints or muscles). 5% of those getting standard treatment reported comparable concerns.
This new research demonstrates the efficacy of chiropractic therapy in the treatment of low back pain.
Doctors will continue to offer it as a therapeutic option among others.

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