Our primary goal at Corrective Chiropractic is to help you fix the issue(s) you came in with in the shortest amount of time possible.

Following the consultation, the diagnostic testing will begin, which will include:

  • Thermal testing to measure heat radiating from the spine
  • Muscle scans to determine high levels of muscle activity ruling out whether the problem is spine or soft tissue
  • Radiographs to help pinpoint the structural integrity of the spine.

After this appointment concludes, the doctors will review all the testing and have the patient come back the following day to begin treatment and answer four main questions:

  1. Can chiropractic therapy help?
  2. How long will chiropractic treatment be?
  3. How often do they need to come in?
  4. How much will this process cost?

We find that by answering these four questions for all of our patients helps put them at ease and creates a sense of ownership for the patient in their chiropractic care.

CBP (Clinical Biomechanics of Posture)

  • This is effective in producing improved posture, spinal alignment, and restoration of essential spinal curves with traditional chiropractic manipulation which focuses on rehabilitation exercise, unique spinal traction. 
  • This technique’s overall goal is to correct or normalize posture. 
  • CBP technique is currently the most evidenced-based or most researched than other forms of chiropractic technique.

Thompson Terminal Point Technique

  • This technique is a system of analysis that uses a special table that reduces the amount of energy needed to adjust your spine. 
  • This helps detect underlying neurological imbalance together with other suitable tests and x-rays to further aid what treatment should be done or specific area to be adjusted.

Gonstead Technique

  • We conduct a thorough evaluation using full spine X-rays and a heat-sensing instrument for accurate adjustments. 
  • Gonstead focuses on pain relief in secondary (pelvic and sacral) subluxations which are not located in the spine. 
  • This technique focuses on healing the back.

Diversified Technique

  • This hands-on technique is the most common used by chiropractors which applies a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust to relieve pains. A manual thrust is administered to free up “stuck” joints. 
  • This technique is known to have no side-effects and used to treat neck pain, sciatica, scoliosis, tennis elbow, tendonitis, repetitive motion injuries, etc.

Pettibon Technique

  • This is a process of assessing the patient and then performing a specific rehabilitation program to correct your spine and posture. 
  • This chiropractic technique’s mission is to realign the spine so you can be standing tall.