1. MUSCLE RELEASE TECHNIQUE (MRT)
In MRT, we treat adhesions, which develop within your muscles and sometimes between soft tissues due to acute and repetitive injuries. Soft tissues such as nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue may get affected resulting in reduced muscle function and joint motion. MRT is helpful in soothing your adhesions and to restore your muscle function. This technique is useful for athletes and blue-collar workers who engage themselves in repetitive actions.
2. DIVERSIFIED TECHNIQUE
Diversified technique is the most popular and widely used chiropractic procedure. It involves the creation of high-velocity and low-amplitude thrust by hands, resulting in joint cavitation. The joint cavitation is a release of gas in the synovial fluid of your joint, forming tiny gas bubbles. As air bubbles coming out of your soda-can reduce its internal pressure; this technique helps to release your joint pressure. Due to such pressure release, joint and neurological functions get restored.
3. THOMPSON TERMINAL POINT TECHNIQUE
Here, we use an adjusting table with a pneumatically driven, segmented drop system that quickly lowers the section of your body with the spinal region being adjusted. We thrust at high-speed with less force because the fast drop carries the joint through the remainder of its range motion.
4. TOGGLE/RECOIL TECHNIQUE
It’s a common chiropractic technique which involves the practitioner using extremely fast, light thrust on the affected area. Speed is very vital in this technique because it's the speed that helps reset joints and muscle areas and restore range of motion as well as proper nerve function.