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Specific Diversified Technique
Diversified Technique is the classic chiropractic technique developed by D.D. Palmer and now taught in all chiropractic colleges. Its purpose is to address biomechanical failure in each section of the spine, as it relates to spinal Subluxation. This is a hands-on technique as no instruments are used in the adjusting procedure. Diversified adjusting of the spine uses specific lines of drives for all manual thrusts, allowing for specificity in correcting mechanical distortions of the spine. Often, a popping sound occurs during the adjustment.
An Activator is a spring-loaded instrument that can deliver between 9 and 33 pounds of force per square inch. It is used to correct a slightly misaligned vertebrae or Spinal Subluxations.
The Gonstead System
The Gonstead System is an assessment technique that can include a visual examination, motion and static palpitation, and spinal X-rays to determine where, what, when and how to obtain specific and consistent adjustments with the intent to correct vertebral subluxations.
Soft Tissue Technique
The Soft Tissue Technique is a hands-on approach which involves repositioning muscle fibres with the intent to correct muscle distortions. Myofascial Release focuses on stretching muscles whereas Positional Release involves addressing trigger points to place muscle fibres in a more comfortable position.
The Thompson Technique employs the use of a chiropractic table that is a drop segmented, adjustable, and pneumatically driven. The fast drop of the table requires minimal force to achieve a fast and accurate adjustment.
Upper Cervical Specific Technique
The Upper Cervical Specific Technique is a toggle recoil technique which focuses on the Atlas Subluxation Complex. Correcting C0, C1, and C2 often includes knee-chest and side posture adjustments and promotes optimal nerve function relating to the Occiput, Atlas, and Axis.
Flexion-Distraction Technique (COX)
The Flexion Distraction Technique employs the use of an additional adjustable chiropractic table. This technique is a gentle, forceless technique used to restore a normal physiological range of motion to the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal joints by decreasing intradiscal pressure.
Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT)
The Sacro-Occipital Technique, also known as Craniopathy or Cranial Sacral Therapy, deals with repositioning the cranial bones to achieve optimal cerebrospinal fluid.