Chiropractic adjustments are designed to restore proper functional alignment to the joints of the spine and the rest of the body: ankles, elbows, knees, shoulders, etc.
Normal bio-mechanics in the joints affect the firing of the central and peripheral nerves, the lymphatic and cerebro-spinal fluid circulation, and the ability of the muscle and other soft tissue to move easily. That’s why, by restoring proper alignment to the joints, we can affect the overall function of the body.
As a chiropractic patient I like gentle, low-force adjustments, so that is the way I practice. Here are some of the techniques I use.
Very precise, upper cervical specific care that affects the entire body. Based on three-dimensional digital imaging of the head and neck, it can have phenomenal results in cases of whiplash, migraine, MS, trigeminal neuralgia and head, neck and low back pain. In my opinion, the best way to adjust anyone who has had cervical fusion surgery. Learn More…
Gentle, specific instrument adjusting for the entire spine and joints of the arms and legs
Useful for addressing severe pelvic imbalances and compressed inter-vertebral disks
Gentle techniques for influencing the alignment of a joint, usually in the thoracic and upper lumbar spine
Addresses the soft tissue around a joint as well as the bones, also affects reflexes.