Our chiropractic techniques provide an integrative approach to restoring the body's self-regulation and thereby healing capacity by working through the Nervous System which in turn rapidly restores function by assisting with the re-alignment of the pelvis and spine rewarding your body with optimal health and wellbeing.
Gentle instrument giving a low force corrections of nerve interference. Delivering a specific impulse with a characteristic “click” in varying degrees of force.
Is a table designed to provide adjustments to any joint in the body. It relies on the principles of physics and motion and often creates the “big bang” heard from treatment rooms.
|S.O.T.||Sacral Occipital Technique (S.O.T) is a very low force technique used to relax the body and is often utilised prior to other adjustments or treatments. Blocks or wedges are placed at different positions under the pelvis for several minutes to help re-position the pelvic bones. This technique is also used for Cranial corrections.|
|A.K.||Professional Applied Kinesiology (A.K) consists of muscle testing to determine nerve interference, structural correction, nutrition, organ therapy.|
|T.B.M.||Total Body Modification (T.B.M) Uses Kinesiology muscle testing and body points to access and correct impairments to bodily function.|
|FN||Functional Neurology (FN) is advanced brain and nervous system assessment and correction.|
|N.I.S.||Neurological Integration System (N.I.S), similar to T.B.M., commonly known as Neurolink, used to assess and correct underlying health issues.|
|N.E.T.||Neuro Emotional Technique (N.E.T)/Kinesiology Muscle testing is used to determine if there is an emotional stressors causing a stress (physiological) response.|
|N.O.T.||Neuro Organizational Technique (N.O.T) uses specific protocols to re-establish the primal survival system of the bond on a priority basis. Primal survival system consists of: flight and fight; digestion; reproductive; immune system.|
|M.D.||Manual Diversified (M.D.) Is a technique used where an audible ‘crack or pop” may be heard during an adjustment. The sound is carbon dioxide being released from the joint space not bones grinding on bones.|