This is the most widely used and most familiar adjustment techniques used by chiropractors. Developed by Dr. Palmer and taught in all chiropractic colleges today.
This technique is characterized by its specific hands-on adjusting of only the offending segments of the spine and extremities.
This technique utilizes an adjustable table that lowers the part of the body that corresponds to the spinal area to be adjusted.
Instrument Assisted Adjusting
Used to treat many types of back and neck, pain plus headaches. This technique involves using a small, hand-held instrument to deliver a gentle impulse force to the spine with the goal of restoring motion to the treated area.
This is one of the lowest force adjustment techniques with a focus on the sacrum, or base, of the spine and favorably used for prenatal care and pediatrics.
This is a specific sacral adjustment to help a mother with pelvic balance during pregnancy.