We implement many different techniques in treatment, as every technique provides unique benefits to different patient populations. Some techniques are more suitable for children and older patients, while others may be more beneficial for athletes. Some conditions, diseases, and cases require the use of a low-force technique for the best outcome.

Diversified

It is the most common high-velocity, low-amplitude technique used in chiropractic clinics throughout the history of chiropractic. It is also very effective, and thus, the most common technique in our clinic. It is suitable for most patients, with a few exceptions.

Thompson

Similar to diversified, but assisted with a feature in the chiropractic table called drops. This allows the table to assist in delivering the necessary thrust for an adjustment.

Cox® Flexion Distraction

Cox® is an incredibly effective technique, especially for low back pain. It has been well researched and is very popular in many chiropractic clinics because of its high success rate in patients with low back pain. This technique is performed on a special table to facilitate the flexion and distraction of joints and vertebrae.

 Review their website for more information: http://www.coxtechnic.com

Logan Basic

Gentle, low-force technique that is effective for babies and geriatric patients. It is also powerful for patients with scoliosis.    

Instrument Assisted

A very gentle, low-force, (clicker-like) tool that, when applied to musculotendinous junctions, helps to break up muscle tension at the joint.

Sacro Occipital Technique

Low-force technique with many distinctive features. One of them is the use of special blocks to balance the pelvis using gravity.

Soft Tissue Techniques

Myofascial Release: Different manual therapies with hands and tools (Instrument Assisted) to break down adhesions and scar tissue formed in the muscle fibers.

Dry Needling: Using Acupuncture needles to help reduce musculoskeletal pain, and reduce trigger points and adhesions in soft tissue.