Archive for May 2016
Drop Table Technique
The Drop Table Technique used by chiropractors around the world to help patients improve posture, gain strength and flexibility and prevent injuries. It services the entire spine through use of an adjusting table equipped with a drop system. This system quickly lowers the section of your body that corresponds with the area of the spine that’s being adjusted, which includes the dorsal, lumber and pelvic areas.
- Better posture and performance
- Improved strength
- Greater flexibility
- Improved resistance to injury
- Better sleep
- Improved ability to relax
- Less aches and pains
- Better tolerance to stress
- Better overall health
Many patients feel a warm sensation that flows to various parts of the body right after their initial adjustment is completed and achieve complete pain relief after a single adjustment.
Instrument Assisted (Impulse Technique)
Research has indicated that use of an impulsive-type adjusting instrument significantly increases spine motion during the application of multiple impulse SMTs (spinal manipulative thrusts).
What makes CBP Technique different from other chiropractic techniques is how it works to structurally rehabilitate the spine and posture. The goals of CBP care are to return normal spine alignment, improve range of motion, and to improve muscle strength. With CBP, relief care is separated from structural rehabilitation. Patients initially receive typical chiropractic treatment that includes improving segments of the spine and range of motion. After a few weeks of regular care, structural rehabilitation procedures will begin that include exercises, adjustments, and traction. These structural procedures are utilized to address all the tissues involved in spine and posture alignment.