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Our Chiropractic Techniques
We use a number of highly-effective adjusting approaches to help improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. The approach we use is based on our judgment and years of experience.
The primary adjusting techniques we use include:
After identifying which vertebrae have lost their normal motion or position, a specific manual thrust is applied to free up “stuck” spinal joints.
This full spine approach relies on X-rays and a heat-sensing instrument for a thorough evaluation and documented results.
Thompson Terminal Point technique is a system of analysis and a special table that reduces the amount of energy needed to adjust your spine.
We’re experts on a wide range of effective adjusting approaches taught at the Palmer College of Chiropractic, the birthplace of chiropractic.
Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that has been practiced for thousands of years. The treatments are performed at specific acupuncture points or meridians for the relief of pain and therapeutic purposes.
Biomeridian Stress Assessment and Nutritional Testing
This revolutionary profiling tool provides the practitioner with objective patient data which assists in determining what major systems and organs of the body are stressed or weakened, what homotoxicological phases are potentially in process, and what symptoms may be present within the identified phase. This information, including MSA-testing data, profiling information, phase determination, and patient symptoms is combined and analyzed to drive the practitioner to the optimal homeopathic protocol.
Accelerated Recovery Performance Therapy; aka ARP Wave Therapy.
ARP is an acronym for Accelerated Recovery Performance. It has been scientifically designed to work in harmony with the human body to rapidly speed up recovery from all types of injuries and surgeries (typically 1/3 the time of conventional treatments).
The ARP is different from other types of electrotherapy. It does not signal the nervous system to protect by concentrically contracting muscle. This allows the patient to be put in motion during treatment. Patient improvement is often noticed after the very first treatment. Helps acute or chronic problems, sports injuries, increases range of motion and is safe and effective for all ages.
Spinal decompression treatment is a non surgical therapy which often takes several sessions to see the desired effect of treating low back and neck pain. Most often spinal decompression treatment has a reasonable success rate when used in herniated disc therapy.
Spinal decompression works through the use of controlled mechanical traction being applied to the spine. There are two phases to a spinal decompression. In the first stage, or the “pull” stage the injured discs of the spine are gently stretched apart. This produces a vacuum like effect inducing a suction inside the disc. The vacuum will draw the bulges or herniation back into the disc where it is originally meant to be. Oxygen, water, nutrients and some other healing substances are drawn in through this vacuum as well. The final desired result with spinal decompression is a stronger, healthier disc that functions properly. The success rate for a spinal decompression when performed by a qualified professional on the right candidate is over 80%.
Our Other Techniques
We also offer a variety of other techniques including Pain Neutralization Technique and Laser Therapy. If you’ve been to a chiropractor before and prefer to be adjusted in a particular way, let Dr. Warner know. We want you to relax, enjoy and fully benefit from your chiropractic care.
Cox Technic Flexion-Distraction
Introducing Cox Technic Flexion-Distraction and Decompression Adjusting and Manipulation for Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine Pain.
Appropriate Conditions treated by this technique include:
- Lumbar disc herniation
- Cervical disc herniation
- Thoracic disc herniation
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet syndrome
- Pelvic pain
- Compression defects
- Loss of spine lordosis
- Loss of range of spinal motion
- Whiplash-type injuries
- Scoliosis (not to cure, but to maintain mobility of the curve)
- Transitional segment
- Pregnancy-related back and leg pain
- Postural faults
- Osteoarthritis of spine
- Patients unable to tolerate vigorous adjustment
- Synovial Cyst
- Post-Surgical Continued Back, Neck, and Extremity Pain
- Mechanical back pain (such as that accompanying ankylosing spondylitis, collagen vascularizing diseases, pelvic pain, pregnancy)
- Neurological Diseases (such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, stroke)