Chiropractic Adjustments Methods done in our office
Equalizer: This technique your Doctor will use a small hand held instrument to make small light forced thrust. This is to reduce the spinal misalignment by restoring normal function to the spinal nerves which allows the patient's body to operate more efficiently. The instrument is designed to deliver a light fast thrust without undue discomfort to the patient.
See Q&A in the Services tab under Chiropractic for more information on the Equalizer method.
Flexion Distraction (also know as Cox Technique) is a chiropractic technique used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine (lower back). It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and improving overall function by reducing disc bulges and disc herniations. Dr. Jason is trained in this technique and specialized table especially for lower back issues.
Diversified: This is a manual adjusting technique and is the method which most people think of when regarding chiropractic adjustment. You most likely will hear some noises and popping when being adjusted with this technique. We do not use this type of method in our office.
Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique: (B.E.S.T.) Dr. Dan Morter uses the B.E.S.T. technique which is a non-forceful, energy balancing, hands-on procedure. It is used to reestablish the full healing potential of the body. Used all over the world by many health care practitioners, by touching certain points around the head and body in a specific sequence and having the patient think about certain memory stresses, the body begins to reconnect the circuity with the brain. See more about Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique.
Total Body Modification: (TBM) This special technique tests and corrects the body function though reflex points and muscle testing to restore balance to the nervous system. Dr. Susan uses this technique to achieve greater results along with her treatments. This service will no longer be available after Aug. 4th 2021. (The closest treatment to TBM is Dr. Dan Morter B.E.S.T. adjustments.)