Adjusting Table

Flexion-distraction technique is a non-invasive (non-surgery) gentle treatment that involves the use of a specialized table that gently distracts or stretches the spine and which allows the chiropractor to isolate the area of disc involvement while slightly flexing the spine in a pumping rhythm.  This pumping rhythm helps to increase circulation, improve disc height and posture while reducing back pain.

Flexion-distraction techniques are good for:  Failed Back surgical Syndromes, Herniated Disc, Slipped Disc, Spinal Decompression Therapy,   Back Pain, Sciatica, Leg pain, "Whiplash" injuries, Stenosis, Radiculitis, Spondylolisthesis, Muscle Weakness, Buttock pain, Pins and Needles symptoms, and many more conditions.

Traction Table

This is a chiropractic with a roller to go up and down the region(s) of the patient’s spine. As the patient lies down rollers lift and separate each segment of the spine. The rollers also elevate to increase the level of pressure applied to the back.

Impulse Adjusting Instrument

Impulse Adjusting Instrument® is a gentle, low-force technique used in chiropractic care. Chiropractic adjusting with the Impulse Adjusting Instrument® aims to restore your body’s balance and function to correct the underlying symptoms. Impulse Adjusting Instrument® is a spring load activator adjusting device. This adjusting instrument feels like a light tapping sensation on the area that is being treated. Can be used on children and the elderly.

Advanced Laser Light Therapy

Advanced low level light therapy (LLLT) can be used for treating muscle stiffness, wound healing, fibromyalgia, joint and arthritis pain. A specific wavelength of laser light is directed into the body to create repair cells, which promotes faster tissue healing.


Other Techniques

Diversified technique: This technique is traditionally associated with chiropractic manual adjustments.  The body is twisted, a high-velocity low-applitude thrust is given.

Thompson or Drop technique: This technique involves a treatment table that have sections to drop a short distance during a thrust, to facilitate the movement of a joint.  The body is not twisted in this technique.

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