- Diversified: This is a manual (hands on) technique involving high velocity and low amplitude. This is the most commonly used technique across the Chiropractic profession.
- Logan Basic: This involves light sustained force applied around the sacrum, which is used at a lever to direct correctional forces throughout the spine. Logan basic is most often times used with infants in our clinic.
- Thompson: This is a table assisted manual adjusting technique used to return proper movement and alignment to the joints of the spine and pelvis.
- Instrument Assisted: Instrument adjusting techniques are gentle way of adjusting the spine and surrounding joints for those patients that prefer not to be manually adjusted or individuals in which manual techniques may be unsafe (i.e. osteoporosis, disc injuries, severe degeneration/ arthritis, etc). Multiple quick impulses are applied over the joints of the spine to restore movement and relieve tension. Instruments utilized in our clinic include the Neuromechanical Impulse, Arthrostim, and Activator.
- Cox Flexion/Distraction: This technique utilizes a specific table to assist in the adjustment where the chiropractor maintains correctional forces throughout the spine. This technique is particularly successful in the treatment of disc related issues as well as maintaining joint health.
- Myofascial Release: This is a specific muscle release technique to break down trigger points, scar tissue, and relieve muscle tension in order to return the condition of the muscle back to a relaxed state.
- SOT and Cranial: This technique utilizes gentle directional and corrective forces used throughout the spine and cranium; used more commonly in infants.
Chiropractic Physicians in our clinic have specific training with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).