Adjusting Techniques

Full Spine/Diversified

This is the most common and efficient technique used in our office. Our technique consists of specific spinal joint analysis to detect misaligments and the doctors use their hands and gentle pushes to regain better range of motion and release pressure on the spine.  We also utilize the drop table in addition to our hands on adjustments.  We are able to adjust the spine, pelvis, TMJ, and extremities! 

Instrument Adjusting

Our office has various adjusting methods. Instrument adjustment techniques use high tech tools to treat areas of pain without the traditional 'popping' sound.  Our office utilizes the Arthrostim Tool and the Activtor Instrument.  This is a low force technique that we commonly use for babies and kids in our office!

Myofascial Release

Safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained masage-type pressure into the muscle and tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.  This is very effective in correlation with spinal adjustments.

Webster Technique for Pregnancy

Webster Technique is a specific sacral analysis, pelvis adjustments and release of the round ligament in pregnant women to help facilitate optimal pelvic alignment and nerve system function. This, in turn, reduces torsion to the uterus and can facilitate proper baby position prior to delivery.

Spinal flexion/Distraction

Flexion Distraction is a chiropractic technique used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine. It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and providing relief from symptoms from disc bulges and disc herniations. This is a safe, gentle, non-force procedure and works well to take pressure off the spinal nerves that may be injured or dysfunctional.

Dry Needing Trigger Point Therapy

Dry needling, also known as myofascial trigger point dry needling, is the use of acupuncture-like needles for therapy of muscle pain and helps in the recovery of common soft tissue injuries.