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At Radiant Life we understand how powerful our nerve system is so we use the least invasive and most gentle approaches possible to get the maximum results. Tonal techniques ensure that the nervous system is affected most efficiently with every adjustment. The approach we use is based on our clinical judgment and years of experience.
Chiropractic techniques fit into 3 basic models based on the three body systems primarily addressed by chiropractors. Chiropractic intimately involves itself with the skeletal system, the muscle system and the nervous system. Therefore, while all chiropractic techniques involve all three systems, the techniques themselves can be differentiated from one another based on their method of assessment and their method of correction. (Read More…)
Patients can be more thoroughly analyzed than ever before. Not only is this technique incredibly thorough but it is especially beneficial in cases where patients need less interaction (ADHD, Sensory Disorder, Autism, etc…). (Read More...)
Occasionally, we use adjusting techniques called "Diversified" and Thompson. As your care is always our priority, if after careful evaluation of the spine we find a joint that is moving poorly and affecting the patient's nerve system we may choose one of these types of adjusting
This approach often involves motion palpation and postural leg checks to determine exactly where the imbalance lies within your nerve system. The imbalance is found by feeling the joint while it moves during slight bending and rotation. (Read More...)
Developed by the late Larry Webster, D.C., this chiropractic technique releases stress on the pelvis, relaxing surrounding ligaments and reducing the sacral vertebral subluxation to restore more normal function. (Read More...)