There are a large number of techniques in chiropractic. Our approach is to be efficient and effective with the following protocols.

ABC

Advanced Bio-Structural Correction developed by Dr Jesse Jukowitz and has emerged as a relatively new way to improve structure and function of the human body. It is a full body approach, which involves adjusting only the bones in the body in a direction that the body cannot self correct them. This technique is particular good at improving poor posture. Some of the aspects of poor posture include your head being too far in front of your shoulders, rounded shoulders, hunched forward, protruding abdomen, nerve pain, sciatica symptoms, un-level shoulders or an un-level pelvis.

SOT

Sacral-Occiptal Technique is a comprehensive, gentle and innovative technique of Chiropractic founded in 1925 by Dr De Jarnette. It is so named because of the relationship between the sacrum (base of the spine) and occiput (base of the skull). One of the functions of the sacrum is to pump Cerebro-Spinal Fluid (CSF) from the base of the spine back up the spinal canal to the brain and throughout the nervous system. The occiput also helps to pump CSF. The minute rhythmical motion that circulates the CSF is essential to optimal health of the nervous system. The goal of SOT is to facilitate the continuous motion of CSF that is required for the central nervous system to function efficiently through adjusting and correcting associated subluxations.

Thompson

Thompson is one of the most used techniques in chiropractic, uses a full body system of analysis to correct  and adjust the entire spine.  Developed by Dr  J Clay Thompson and based on  Newton’s First Law of Motion which states that “an object in motion stays in motion.” What this means is that once the adjustive force is applied to the vertebra, it will keep moving. The drop piece absorbs the force of the adjustment, but the speed remains.

Sympathetic Dominance Protocol

Sympathetic Dominance Protocol is a step-by-step way of calming down a busy, stressed nervous system. If you are experiencing headaches, fatigue, shoulder and neck tightness, poor sleep and aches and pain they maybe connected. It’s possible to influence these symptoms by implementing some simple tools that have a powerful impact on the way your nervous system functions. It involves getting your flight and fight nervous system under control with a specific protocol of chiropractic adjustments, supplements and exercises.