Chiropractic approaches

Diversified Chiropractic: The most commonly used adjustment technique by chiropractors, characterized by a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust. Its objective is to restore proper movement and alignment of spine and joint dysfunction.

Bio-Geometric Integration: evolution in chiropractic, with an emphasis force application appropriate to the tissue in which the potential energy is stored. This allow for a lower force application for all adjustments and a fewer osseous force applications as many subluxations are due to tension in the soft tissues not the bones.

Instrument-assisted adjusting: a form of adjustments that utilize a small handheld tool to provide an impulse at the joint.  This form of adjusting is sometimes used as an alternative to the typical manual adjustment that is a hands on form of adjustment.  The impulse provided by the instrument is directed towards moving the joints back into their proper alignment in order to restore motion. Especially useful in cases of osteoporosis or osteopenia and for children.

Sacro Occipital technique, including cranial adjusting, visceral manipulation (organs) and extremity adjusting.

Certified in Webster Technique (pre-natal chiropractic) by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).