CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUES

Chiropractic Techniques

Productive Healthcare Solutions

Southport Chiropractic is committed to providing productive healthcare solutions to you and your family. We strive to resolve your health issues and prevent them from happening again. Our professionals use trusted and proven methods to address your pain and problems. 

Some of the techniques we use include:

Introducing Impulse iQ®️
Backed by years of research and an FDA registration, the Impulse iQ Adjusting Instrument® utilizes computer-guided motions to precisely measure the position of your spine, and provide just the right amount of care. This tool can be utilized for adjustments on multiple parts of the body, and is gentle enough for patients of all ages.

Learn more about this unique tool here, and stop by Southport Chiropractic for a precise, comfortable adjustment today.
Diversified Technique
This manipulation or adjustment involves a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust delivered by hand or with assistance from a table or block.
Arthrostim® Technique
The Arthrostim® Instrument Adjuster aids in chiropractic manipulation due to its ease of use for the chiropractic practitioner and the safety for the patient.
Activator Technique
The Activator Adjusting Instrument is a spring-loaded, hand-held mechanical instrument that provides a quick, low-force impulse at specific points.
Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique
A non-forceful, energy balancing, hands-on procedure used to help reestablish the full healing potential of the body.
Drop Table and Terminal Point Manipulative Thrust Therapy
This technique uses specialized treatment tables that have sections that drop a short distance during an HVLA thrust. The dropping of the table piece facilitates the movement of the joint.
Sacral Occipital Technique
A specialized and gentle technique developed by Major Bertrand DeJarnette in the 1920s. His findings brought about a system of adjusting patterns in the body, not just single body parts. The study focuses on the relationship between the sacrum and occiput.
Intersegmental Traction Technique
This technique is a means of inducing passive motion into your spine to increase mobility and stretch spinal joints. 
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