In the cases of caring small children, postural adjusting, acute injuries, and patients who desire lighter adjusting techniques, the ArthroStim is an invaluable tool. As an extension of the chiropractor’s hand, the Arthrostim gently corrects a joint misalignment by producing a succession of rapidly repeating thrusts to a specific area determined by the Chiropractor. It can be used on people of all ages, and is a comfortable alternative to the traditional “popping and cracking” associated with Chiropractic care.
Diversified Full Spine Technique
Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT)
Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT) uses a variety of gentle methods to help restore normal function. Cues from the body are used as determine factors for where to release muscle tension, restore proper cranial motion, and enhance proper pelvic function. Wedge shaped blocks are placed under the pelvis as the patient lays comfortably on the table. As the blocks encourage proper alignment of the pelvis, breathing techniques and gravity work help improve balance and position of the bones in the pelvis.
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Koren Specific Technique (KST)
Koren Specific Technique (KST) is a healing protocol used to locate and correct/release areas of blockage, distortion, subluxation, interference, stagnation and other stresses in the body and body/mind that are often missed by most healthcare professionals. It is an assessment method that most often utilizes the ArthroStim to help correct the physiological results of physical, chemical and emotional stressors.
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Thompson Drop Table
Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)
NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) is used by Body-oriented practitioners to help physical problems that have an associated stress component. Stress can definitely be a factor in acute situations, and it is also often a factor in chronic and hard-to-resolve conditions.
Within the steps of the NET procedure, the practitioner uses the following 8 dynamics to help address unresolved mind/body stress:
- Emotions are Physiologically Based
- Pavlovian Responses
- Emotions/Meridian System Correlations
- Repetition Compulsion
- The Role of Memory and Physiology
- Manual Muscle Testing
- Semantic Responses
- ‘Like cures Like’”
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Webster Technique has become well-known among providers who work with pregnancy and birth. This chiropractic technique was developed to help address sacral misalignments in pregnant women that affect the growing baby inside the uterus. In the situation of a breech or malpositioned baby late in pregnancy, this gentle technique has been successful in helping restore function to many women’s body’s, allowing the baby to turn into the ideal position for birth. Although there are many reasons for a baby choosing a certain position in the womb, the Webster technique may help correct some of the causes preventing the baby from moving to a head down position for birth.
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