Techniques We Use

Sigma Instruments Pro Adjuster Technique

Sigma Instruments Chiropractic technique is great for patients looking for fast results without the traditional manual adjusting forces.  This technique uses gentle oscillation and vibration to generate spinal motion without any popping or twisting.  The patient is seated for maximum comfort and the doctor scans the patient for spinal stiffness to help determine the areas that need to most care.

Spinal Decompression

Spinal Decompression is a technique used by our doctors to help stretch or decompress the neck or lower back.  We use this technique to help those patients who suffer from pinched nerves, sciatic nerve pain, disc bulges and herniations and other nerve impingement problems.

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy is a therapeutic modality to help our patients who suffer from pain, stiffness, spasm or inflammation of soft tissues.  We have successfully treated plantar fasciitis, tennis and golfers elbow, IT Band syndrome, rotator cuff tendonitis or any other tendon inflammation as well as many other

Upper Cervical Technique

Upper Cervical technique is a highly specific form of chiropractic whereby the doctor has extra training to assess and treat the upper few cervical vertebrae.  Our doctors have extra training that allows them to assess this most important part of the spine to detect small changes in alignment that ca contribute to many different and sometimes unique symptoms that may not be addressed with traditional methods.  We often use this technique for chronic headaches, vertigo, tinnitus, trigeminal neuralgia, TMJ, dizziness, as well as other chronic nerve dysfunction.

Manual Adjusting Technique (Palmer Method)

Manual adjusting technique is the original technique that has been used for over 100 years to treat spinal misalignments and a variety of health conditions.  Patients often feel a gentle pop with each adjustment, which is completely normal and it is often a simple release of gas from the joint that is being treated, similar to cracking your finger.  The popping sensation usually feels food and provides some immediate relief.