What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a non-invasive, drug free healing practice based on the scientific fact that your nervous system controls the function of virtually every cell, tissue, organ, and system in your body. If trauma, illness, stress, or a chemical imbalance compromise the function of the nervous system, the spinal bones can deviate from their normal position and the nerves int he spinal column may not function properly. This is called a vertebral subluxation. Chiropractic adjustments relieve the vertebral subluxation and realign the spine, allowing your body’s nervous system to function as effectively and efficiently as possible, thereby restoring your health and well being.
What Can Chiropractic Do for You?
- Relieve your pain
- Increase your mobility
- Decrease your time of disability
- Improve your overall health
- Restore joint function and alignment
- Speed recovery
- Enhance your quality of life
What Conditions Can Chiropractic Treat?
- Back pain
- Neck Pain
- Knee, wrist, and ankle pain
- Shoulder problems
- Jaw pain
- Hip pain
What techniques do the Doctors use?
Activator Methods adjusting:
Activator Methods adjusting technique is one of the most popular low force adjusting techniques. It is safe for patients with osteoporosis, the elderly, children and any patient who wants gentle adjusting. The Activator Method is one of the most widely researched chiropractic techniques and the only instrument adjusting technique with clinical trials to support its efficacy.Activator Methods International has been providing chiropractic care, resources and training since 1967. Founded on the principles of clinical research, the company’s major contribution to chiropractic care is discovery and development of the world’s most popular instrument adjusting technique, the Activator Method. Search activator.com for more studies on different conditions such as neck pain, low back pain, etc.
Arthrostim low force adjusting
A practitioner’s skilled-hands can do things that instruments cannot do. What instruments have to offer is that they can assist a practitioner’s skilled-hands to deliver beneficial mechanical forces that would be difficult, or impossible, to produce on their own.
The ArthroStim® instrument, invented in 1982, can produce a dozen spring-cushioned mini-toggle-recoil™ thrusts per second. Rapid, repetitive thrusting enables a practitioner to distribute the overall thrusting force over a series of thrusts. This helps to reduce the amount of peak force that would be required using a single thrust. This can be a great advantage for working with clients who are sensitive, or in pain. This technology is used to mimic the “hands on” feel that some patients are accustomed to. The different attachments are used for spinal adjusting or trigger points in muscles.