Active Release Technique

Advanced soft tissue technique that allows chronic scar tissue build up between muscles to be released allowing perfect and uninterrupted muscle and joint function. This in conjunction with chiropractic adjustive techniques helps to ensure longer term outcomes for our patients.

Diversified technique

One of the original and ever-evolving adjustive techniques that takes years to master. Each joint in the body can be adjusted using different directions, forces and placements. When a joint is not moving the way it should, it can cause inflammation that can inturn interrupt normal nerve signals and cause problems further along the nerve track. By correcting nerve and joint function in one area, it is possible to cause positive changes in other areas in the body.

Activator technique

Low force technique employing a mechanical tool known as an ‘activator’ that allows the practitioner to apply a low force thrust that is consistently repeatable.

SOT

Low force, gentle adjusting technique that corrects pelvic misalignment and allows gravity to safely change the bodies structures that can cause a disharmony between the sacrum [pelvis] and occiput [head].

AMIT

Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT) is a systematic treatment of common joint and muscle conditions experienced by active people. The technique recognizes that the primary cause of chronic joint pain and muscle pain lies in an inhibition of muscles as a result of overuse or injury. Although the pain of the injury may eventually fade, a functional imbalance remains, and these imbalances can eventually lead to chronic pain. AMIT therapies rapidly correct these instabilities, which results in the removal of pain, improved function and enhanced performance.

What does this mean for you?

It means full function with no pain.