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Techniques

In order to correct spinal misalignments, joint dysfunction and muscle imbalances, we use a variety of chiropractic techniques including:

The Activator Method
The Activator Method

The Activator Method uses a hand-held instrument to correct joint  dysfunction in the spine and other joints in the body.  The Activator Method is a functional  analysis that is extremely accurate and safe for patients of all ages. Visit https://www.activator.com/ for more information.

Cox Flexion-Distraction – Cox Flexion-Distraction is a disc decompression technique that is used to decrease the pressure in bulging and herniated discs to relieve pain and decrease pressure on “pinched” nerves. This technique is highly effective in treating conditions including disc bulges, herniation or ruptures, sciatica, spinal canal stenosis, and leg pain, numbness and/or weakness. Visit http://www.coxtechnic.com/ to learn more.

Webster Technique
 Webster Technique

 The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and diversified adjustment used  to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation and SI joint dysfunction. During pregnancy  women experience an increase in hormones, weight gain and postural changes that  increase their chance of sacral and pelvic misalignments. The Webster Technique helps  improve the neuro-biomechanical function of the pelvis. Visit http://icpa4kids.com/about/webster_technique.htm for more information.

Active Release Technique – ART is a soft-tissue based technique used to treat adhesions in overused muscles, tendons and ligaments. Great for athletes! It can also improve nerve impingements, which classically lead to numbness, tingling, and weakness. Treatment consists of evaluation of the muscles, fascia and soft tissues followed by a specifically directed tension and patient movements to break up adhesions and scar tissue. Visit http://www.activerelease.com/what_patients.asp to learn more about this technique.