What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a form of healthcare based on the study of the nervous system and its role in sustaining health. Its primary concern is interference to the nervous system, and normal healthy function. The nervous system consists of your brain, spinal cord, spinal and peripheral nerves, and all nerves leading into every system, organ, tissue and cell of your body. Your nervous system is so important that it monitors your changing needs and controls and coordinates responses necessary for proper adaptation, learning and development.


The Role Of Chiropractic

Quite simply, chiropractic care involves the detecting and analyzing of physical interference to the nervous system, and the reduction of interference to the nervous system through the application of specific spinal adjustments. By progressively freeing your nervous system of interference it allows you to more clearly and accurately perceive your changing needs. As a result, it restores your healing capabilities for increased energetic function and vitality.


What Techniques Do The Doctors Use To Adjust Practice Members?

The doctors use a variety of traditional and gentle based techniques. We mainly use a gentle based technique called Torque Release Technique. We also utilize a number of other techniques which are appropriate for infants, children, seniors and pregnant moms. Whichever the method, all techniques will be discussed with practice members prior to their commencement of care.


About Torque Release Technique

TRT is considered non-manipulative: The emphasis is in communicating new corrective information through gentle touch or a light thrust by a hand held instrument.  After each adjustment, the body is given time to process the adjustment.  The ripple effect continues long after you get off the table.


The primary intent of this work is to progressively reduce blockages and tension in the entire spinal system, to release trapped unresolved patterns in the body/mind, and to facilitate reintegration of the nervous system, allowing a greater expression of one’s healing and performance capabilities.



How Should I Feel After An Adjustment?

After an adjustment you may experience a feeling of deepening peace and relaxation. This relaxed feeling may last for the rest of the day or the week and may lead to deep refreshing sleep.


Others may find that the problems that they came to the chiropractor for have begun to lessen and there are some people who feel no difference after an adjustment. That does not necessarily mean that they are not benefiting from their adjustments, it just means that they’re not feeling any external reaction.


A small minority may feel discomfort or muscle soreness, or some other uncomfortable feeling; their body is letting them know that it is being challenged to change.


As You Continue Your Chiropractic Care

As you continue your chiropractic care and your spine and nervous system continue to release deep-seated stresses as part of your healing process, you may begin to notice:



Ultimately you may spontaneously change your eating habits, feel an increased desire to exercise, go for walks or become more sensitive to your work and leisure.


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