the ring dinger
Your Upstate Chiropractor Dr Matthew Tuttle has trained with the "Houston Chiropractor" Dr Gregory Johnson taking spinal decompression to a whole new level performing a manual spinal neural decompression on the Y axis manually known as the Ring Dinger®.

Dr. Matt is a Team Ring Dinger® Doc accepting patients worldwide for this unique method of adjusting the spine on the Y axis and provides this technique on people who are suffering from bulged an/or herniated disc, vertebral subluxations, neck and back pain patients who have had acute or chronic pain from various types of spine pain and dysfunction. Dr. Johnson’s unique trademarked Ring Dinger technique has saved thousands of patients from having invasive procedures like epidural steroid injections, spine surgery and avoiding having to take dangerous drugs like opioids or other addictive drugs for pain relief. Dr. Matt does a thorough medical history and orthopedic/neurological examination on each and every patient to determine who is a candidate for this procedure for alleviating neck and/or back pain. Dr. Johnson often says if you’re living, breathing and moving in gravity you can benefit from manual spinal neural decompression on the Y axis he has trademarked as the Ring Dinger® If you feel compressed like most people do than you may benefit from Dr. Matt's Y axis manual spinal neural decompression adjustment. You can submit a new patient appointment request here.

Non-surgical chiropractic spinal decompression, also referred to as Ring Dinger®, works by carefully stretching spine and correcting it to take the pressure off the pinched nerves and herniated, bulging or injured spinal discs— which are gel-like cushions between the bones and holds the spine together. Taking the pressure off the spine structure helps remove any interferences and promote healthy flow of water, oxygen and nutrient-rich fluids into the disks throughout the spine and trigger your body back to a healthy state.

Call Us
Request an Appointment