In order to provide the most effective care during our adjustments, we use a number of techniques to improve spinal
biomechanics and also reduce interference on the nervous system. Our approach is based on our years of experience and our clinical judgement.
Some of the primary adjusting methods we use are:
Once we identify the specific vertebrae that have moved out of their normal position, or aren’t moving normally and apply a specific thrust, manually to free the stuck spinal joint
After identifying which vertebrae have lost their normal motion or position, a specific manual thrust is applied to free up “stuck” spinal joints.
Using a computerized tool we analyze and then adjust your spine. Using this tool we tap on each vertebrae and calculate when it moves into a healthier position.
Through using X-rays, as well as an instrument that senses your body’s heat we give you a thorough evaluation and can see where you need adjustments.
In order to reduce the amount of energy we might need to provide an adjustment, we have the ability to use the Thompson Terminal Point technique, which combines a system of analysis and unique table.
To improve posture, spinal alignment, balance and even restore the essential curves in the spine, we can use Clinical Biomechanics of Posture®.
Using a special table to put you in traction, we can open up the spaces between each vertebrae in the spinal column and thus relieve pressure.
Having been taught at the very birthplace of chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic we pride ourselves as being experts in understanding the vast number of approaches used to provide adjustments.
If have experience going to a chiropractor and prefer a particular way of being adjusted please let us know. We want you be able to relax and fully enjoy every benefit of receiving chiropractic care.