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This technique is the most common chiropractic technique using hands to facilitate the adjustment.
This is a low force technique that utilizes a handheld instrument to facilitate the adjustment. It is in the top two most researched chiropractic techniques.
This technique utilizes drops within the table to facilitate the adjustment.
The Webster Technique is a specific analysis and technique that is used primarily during pregnancy.
This low force technique focuses on the sacrotuberus ligament. It can be utilized on its own, or also with other traditional chiropractic adjustments, including the Webster Technique.
Pediatric adjusting takes into account the developmental process of children. It utilizes many of the same analyses as adults, but modifies the adjustment for them specifically.
This technique focuses on the alignment of the first two bones in your spine, Atlas (C1) and Axis (C2.)
This technique takes into account how well the cerebrospinal fluid (the fluid that surrounds your brain and spine) is flowing, along with spinal alignment.
Analysis and adjustments on the bones within your skull.
Extremity techniques are used to analyze all the joints outside the spine (arms, legs, jaw.)