ADVANCED CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT TECHNIQUES
Chiropractic care was first discovered in 1895. It has changed over the years, especially in the last 20 years. Find out about the newest and most advanced chiropractic treatments.
Care of the spine and associated structures should also include care of the head (skull) and jaw muscles as well as your feet. Spinal care treats spinal nerves only, while cranial care addresses cranial nerves. The combination is much more complete from a neurologic point of view because it addresses both the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Specializing in Applied Kinesiology gives our clinic the capacity to diagnose and treat specific muscles, tendons and ligaments as well as spinal and other joints of the body. So we can know when cranial care, foot care or muscle therapy is most important and how they link together. The beauty of the human body is that most aspects do link together. So finding and treating the most important areas is key to helping all of you.
Modern Chiropractic Adjustment Techniques are more than manual manipulation of the spine. Gentle chiropractic adjustment techniques also include: Cranial Care, neurologic muscle work, mobilization, Activator and Drop table Technique, Flexion Distraction, spinal decompression as well as Spinal manipulation. So we can deliver a safe treatment for every injury. Yes, that includes herniated discs, sport injuries, crush injuries and auto accidents.
WHY ARE MORE OPTIONS BETTER?
I have always believed that if you only have hammer, you see everything as a nail. That’s why we have multiple tools and techniques, so that we have many treatment options for you. We also work with orthopedists, neurologists, Pilates & Yoga instructors, dentists, podiatrists, attorneys and psychologists. Teaching you how to stay well is just as important as getting you well for long term health. Remember life is a marathon not a 100 yard dash.
There are many connective components that can contribute to neck pain. That’s why many doctors are unclear where the real problem is coming from.
Low back pain is one of the most common problems people have and is the leading cause of disability in Americans under 45 years old. About 70% of the adult U.S. population has low back pain, and it is the second most common reason people go to the doctor. Low back problems affect the spine’s flexibility, stability