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Did You Know That You Can Still Get The Benefits Of An Adjustment Without The “Crack Or Pop”

 Chiropractic adjustments can be performed using various techniques, including instrument adjustments and manual adjustments (also known as diversified or hands-on adjustments). Both techniques aim to restore proper alignment and function to the spine and other joints, but they differ in their approach and benefits.


Impulse Adjusting Instrument: The Impulse Adjusting Instrument is designed to deliver a controlled force to the joints using a spring-loaded mechanism. It offers multiple force settings, allowing the chiropractor to adjust the treatment based on the patient's condition and comfort level.

Flexion-Distraction Technique: This technique involves the use of a specialized chiropractic table that gently stretches and mobilizes the spine while the chiropractor applies manual pressure to specific areas. Although it involves manual contact, the table's mechanics assist in delivering a controlled and gentle adjustment.

Benefits of Chiropractic Adjusting Instruments:

  • Many chiropractic adjusting instruments deliver controlled force with minimal discomfort, making them suitable for patients who may be apprehensive about manual manipulation.

  • Overall, chiropractic adjusting instruments offer a safe, effective, and gentle alternative to manual manipulation for addressing spinal and joint dysfunction. However, the choice of technique should be based on individual patient factors, preferences, and the chiropractor's clinical judgment.

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