Chiropractors take a ‘holistic’ approach to health and wellbeing. This means that they consider each patient’s symptoms in the context of their full medical history, their lifestyle and their personal circumstances before deciding what care and advice should be provided.
Chiropractors use their hands, orthopaedic and neurological tests, and when necessary X Rays to locate joints that are misaligned and not moving properly, which can cause nerve interference. These restrictions/ interferences are called subluxations. They then use their hands or other techniques to free these ‘stuck’ joints. This release is called an adjustment. Once the joints are moving as they should, nerve interference is reduced, muscles can then start to work normally and the spine gradually returns its’ optimal working condition.
We provide highly effective and unique approaches to returning the spine to its ideal structural position, thereby reducing nervous system interference that leads to pain and dysfunction.
These approaches include:
This technique has evolved into one of the most utilized approaches because of its precision and results. It is very unique in that it requires the use of an adjusting table that actually moves with the adjustment, allowing for a combination that produces precise adjustments and high levels of patient comfort. This technique is ideal for a person with a reverse cervical curves, decreased disc height, bulging discs, and fro patients with arthritis.
CBP is focused on producing improved posture, balance, spinal alignment and restoration of essential spinal curves. We use this technique on patients with a reverse cervical curve, decreased disc height, bulging discs, and for patients with arthritis.
This highly specialized analysis can detect and realign misalignments in the skull with gentle precision and care. This technique is especially helpful with sinus problems, migraines, and learning disorders.
This most commonly used adjustment is characterized by a short, fast force applied to the specific joints to instill motion, stretch surrounding muscles, and stimulate the nervous system.
The chiropractic approach can be applied to other joints of your body where function has been impaired: wrist, jaw, shoulder, elbow, hip, and ankle, etc. This technique is especially helpful for athletes.