Our Chiropractic Techniques
I use a number of highly effective adjusting approaches to help improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. The whole body approach I use is based on my clinical judgement and years of experience.
The primary adjusting techniques I use include:
After identifying which vertebrae have lost their normal motion or position, a specific manual thrust is applied to free up "stuck" spinal joints. You may experience a "popping" sound, that is due to the gas being emitted from the disc and that is normal.
This is a system of spinal evaluation combined with a handheld adjusting instrument that delivers a consistent, low-force thrust.
Thompson Terminal Point Technique is a system of analysis and a special table that reduces the amount of energy needed to adjust your spine.
This technique is designed to stimulate the muscles to loosen up in order to receive and hold the adjustments better. Most common areas I do are the neck, back, and shoulders.
This is a therapeutic technique designed to target the low back paraspinal musculature and to restore motion within the lumbar facets in the lower back. It is also very useful in treatment of a disc herniation.
The chiropractic approach that works so well with the spine can be applied to various areas of the body such as the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Virtually every articulation of your body is susceptible to fixations that can impair function and range of motion.
I am able to provide a wide range of physiotherapy techniques, which compliment chiropractic care and speed up the process of healing.
I provide a gentle low-force technique that leaves you feeling completely relaxed and I have a special pillow to accommodate your body.