The Chiropractic Adjustment as a Form of Relief and Comfort
The chiropractic adjustment is a beautiful and powerful tool that can help to restore proper function to the joints and nervous system, reducing stress, pain, and tension in the body. When a chiropractic adjustment is delivered, it can have a profound impact on the body and mind, promoting overall health and wellness.
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Our joints are designed to move freely and without pain, but stress from our daily lives can these joints, and in turn our bodies, to become rigid and stuck. This can result in various symptoms, such as headaches, neck pain, back pain, and even radiating pain. The chiropractic adjustment is a gentle method of releasing fixated joints, restoring proper function and reducing pain. As a result, the body becomes more relaxed and readily adaptable to the daily stressors in life.
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Diversified Technique is a safe and non-invasive chiropractic adjusting method that’s used to treat a variety of spinal conditions. This technique involves a comfortable manual manipulation of the spine, with the chiropractor applying a light thrust to a very specific joint. With this adjustment, fixated joints can start to gain function again, allowing a reduction in pain and inflammation, and an increase in mobility and range of motion.
Thompson Drop Technique
Thompson Drop technique is a chiropractic approach that uses a special table to facilitate the adjustment. This technique involves a quick and gentle thrust by the chiropractor to a specific area of the spine with a special table support. The table then drops slightly (about 1 inch), allowing for a softer adjustment. This technique is especially effective for treating conditions such as low back pain, sciatica, and hip pain.
The Impulse is a modern chiropractic adjusting technique that uses a handheld instrument to deliver a targeted quick and gentle thrust to the spine. This technique is designed to mimic the effects of a traditional manual adjustment, but with lighter force and greater precision.