Thoracic Support Block System2021-10-27T08:28:16-07:00
Denneroll

Thoracic Support Block System


Designed by chiropractors, the Denneroll Thoracic Support Block System assists with the reduction of posterior thoracic cage translation in concert with reduced lumbar lordosis and increased thoracic kyphosis.

The block is contoured to allow a patient’s scapula and shoulder region to roll back into slight retraction and external rotation. By using the Denneroll Thoracic Support Block System in concert with Denneroll orthotics, possible translations of the thoracic spine are created.

The support block is approximately 50mm, or 2 inches, in height. The system includes a 20mm elevation block designed for use underneath the support block. When used together with the Lumbar or Thoracic Denneroll orthotics, the system can create a significant anterior translation of the thoracic cage.

Size of the Thoracic Support Block System

The thoracic support block is approximately 50mm in height (2 inches). The block comes with a 20mm elevation block that is designed to be used underneath the support block. When used in combination, the two blocks total 70mm and create a significant anterior translation of the thoracic cage during Lumbar Denneroll and/or Thoracic Denneroll application.

Thoracic Support Block

Figure 1. Thoracic Support Block Birds eye view.

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Figure 2. Thoracic Denneroll sitting centered on top of the Thoracic Support Block.

Figure 3. Thoracic Denneroll sitting centered on top of the Thoracic Support Block. This setup assist correction of moderate-severe posterior thoracic translation postures with thoracic hyper-kyphosis.

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Figure 4. Thoracic Denneroll sitting centered on top of the small 20mm block in the Thoracic Support Block System. This setup assist correction of mild posterior thoracic translation postures with thoracic hyper-kyphosis.

Figure 5. The Lumbar Denneroll in the lower lumbar spine with the small 20mm block in the Thoracic Support Block System under the ribcage. This setup assist correction of mild posterior thoracic translation postures with loss of the lower lumbar lordosis.

Figure 6. The Lumbar Denneroll in the lower lumbar spine with the complete Thoracic Support Block System under the ribcage. This setup assist correction of moderate to severe posterior thoracic translation postures with loss of the lumbar lordosis.

Figure 7. The Cervical Denneroll on top of the complete Thoracic Support Block System under the ribcage. This setup assist correction of moderate to severe posterior thoracic translation extension of the ribcage postures with loss of the cervical lordosis.

WARNING: Certain conditions can contribute to increased risk of injury during cervical extension traction. If you experience any unusual symptoms including, but not limited to; increased pain, dizziness, headache, nausea, numbness, visual disturbances, muscle weakness, loss of coordination or function, please consult your spinal health professional before further use.

THE DENNEROLL IS TO BE USED ONLY UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
YOUR SPINAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.

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