Expert Techniques To Suit Your Needs
Diversified Technique – is the most commonly used of all chiropractic techniques and is the one probably most familiar to patients. This adjustment entails a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust that usually results in a cavitation of a joint (quick, shallow thrusts that cause the popping noise often associated with a chiropractic adjustment).
Drop Technique – uses a segmental drop piece on an adjusting table to regain movement in the spinal joints, pelvis, and hips. This segmental adjusting technique takes advantage of the spine’s inherent design of the joints to move the spinal segment in the direction that improves its motion between the adjacent spinal segments. A toggle board can also be used to regain better movement in your hips, knees, ankles, feet, shoulders, elbows, and wrists.
Flexion/Distraction Technique – uses a table that can create traction in the lower back to decrease the pressure in the discs, therefore decreasing lower back pain and leg pain.
Activator Technique – uses a small spring loaded device to reanimate restricted joints and is particularly useful if you require a more gentle type of adjustment. This precise adjusting tool is especially successful with patients who are elderly, infants, or persons who may not like the noise a manual adjustment can sometimes make.