Your spinal joints often lose movement and the main component is that a joint becomes dysfunctional in its NORMAL range of movement. This fixation has many different effects, but the principle effect is its negative effect on the nervous system.

A common misconception is that chiropractors put bones back into place when they become out of place. What we really do as a chiropractor is to manipulate the bones to RESTORE motion and function to these joints in order to influence the nervous system.

"Chiropractors are spinal specialists"

Chiropractic uses various non-invasive techniques including posture and gait analysis, static and motion palpation, flexibility tests, pain challenges and neurological tests to assess and identify areas of joint dysfunction, which can often be the source of the problem.

How are the Joints Treated?
The chiropractor uses a specific manipulative technique called an ADJUSTMENT. An adjustment is defined as a very specific, short lever, high velocity controlled thrust by hand. Adjustments help return the normal movement and function to a joint. It is a very safe and comfortable procedure when done by a professionally qualified practitioner and unlike some other non specific manipulation methods does not overstretch ligaments.

There are many ways to adjust the spine and joints. Usually the doctor’s hands or a specially designed instrument is used to deliver a highly accurate thrust. After years of training each doctor Vad gör en kiropraktorhas a variety of methods and has become skilled in their technique. Regardless of technique used, each chiropractic adjustment is tailored to the patient’s age, size, medical history and unique spinal problem.