Spinal Adjustments Can Relieve Pain Instantly
Spinal joints that aren’t moving right can choke or irritate nearby nerves. Chiropractic adjustments add motion to these stuck joints, reducing nervous system disruption. Then, health has the best opportunity to return.
An adjustment is a chiropractic procedure that gently realigns your spine to its proper place to remove nerve interference. Nerve interference or what chiropractors call a vertebral subluxation can be a result from an accident or injury or an activity. By skillfully adjusting your spine’s vertebrae to their original, natural position, you are able to function at your highest level and perform at your peak. Adjustment is the most common chiropractic treatment and often can help people almost instantly.
The Activator Method is a low-force technique and the most popular technique of its kind in contemporary chiropractic care. It was developed to restore correct balance and uses specific adjustment systems that enable excellent comfort and safety. The small instrument delivers a concentrated impulse with the help of a spring-loaded mechanism. This impulse serves to correct any defective segments of the spine.
A high-tech chiropractic technique used at Albuquerque Alternatic health is Chiropractic BioPhysics®, or CBP. CBP is a combination of various techniques including standard spinal adjustments and postural adjustments, exercises, and traction. When CBP is administered effectively, patients feel permanent results with improved spinal health and overall well-being on top of improvement in the spine and postural corrections.
Diversified Technique targets both the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. It requires an in-depth analysis of our patients’ biomechanics and health history, to produce optimal results. Only then, can we precisely realign the individual vertebrae of your spine with manual adjustments on the back and neck. Only low-force, high-speed thrusts are employed in Diversified Technique to bring back a normal range of motion and better overall function. Diversified Technique uses no other tools or instruments. Sometimes, though, x-rays can be useful to assess the state and the proper diagnosis for your ailment.
The technique is known as the Thompson Drop Table Technique as well as the Terminal Point Technique. Sometimes leg-length inequality indicates otherwise undetected subluxations; this is the fundamental diagnostic means of implementing the Terminal Point Technique.
The Thompson Technique can be an integral part of most patients’ chiropractic regimen. The Terminal Point Technique, when individually altered to address each patient’s particular chiropractic needs, can isolate subluxations and restore movement and mobility. The first stage, which is called the Leg-Check Analysis, is composed of a series of checks designed to fine-tune adjustments for each individual patient — the essential premise being that the body is wholly connected and that the body’s core (spine, legs, and hips) must be observed as a singular entity.