Chiropractic care brings relief to millions of people throughout the country. However, depending on the issue that you are facing you will find that different chiropractic techniques work better on different patients and different needs. The right technique will make a world of difference.
Here are some of the main chiropractic techniques that may be used.
This method is designed to be highly precise and accurate. The goal here is to adjust subluxations that occur in the body which may be triggering a wide range of problems in the body, from headache to tingling in the fingers.
This type of treatment uses a small hand-held instrument to deliver small impulse forces to the spine. The main goal is to restore motion to the vertebra and joints.
This technique is used on the lumbar spine and focuses on increasing spinal motion while relieving disc bulges and herniations. It is a gentle, non-force adjusting procedure that works with the natural design.
Also called the drop table technique, this is just what it sounds like. A specialized table is set and will collapse as pressure is applied, dropping the body and generating force that will adjust the spine.
This uses short, quick thrusts over joints one at a time to restore motion, flexibility, and reduce pain.
Choosing the right system is important, and your chiropractic professional will evaluate you and your health situation, then use the type of chiropractic techniques that work best for your situation. Talking to a professional is the only way to know for sure just which option is right for you. Contact us today to set up a consultation visit and find out more about how we can help you heal and regain your life.
Contact us today to set up a consultation visit and find out more about how we can help you heal and regain your life.
Dr. Fischel has practiced in West Los Angeles his entire career. Located in 90064 his offices have been located on Wilshire Blvd and Olympic Blvd since 1984. Dr. Fischel grew up with Chiropractic and therefore has a deeper sense of the art than one just receiving a degree. Of course, over 30 years in practice helps too!Book Appointment »