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Neuromechanical Impulse Adjusting

Instead of the traditional thrust by hand, we use a handheld instrument that introduces the precise energy needed for optimum correction. Some of our patients appreciate that we can avoid the twisting, turning or “cracking” of joints.

Pleasant Tapping

Instead of a single thrust, the instrument delivers a series of “taps.” In fact, 6 taps per second. (Also known as the low beta somatomotor rhythm.) This is so quick, we avoid the all too common reaction of tensing up to “guard” the area being adjusted. (One more reason why we see such great results.)

Variety of Positions

Some types of problems seem to resolve better when the adjustment is delivered while seated or standing, such as a car accident injuries.

It’s also helpful when attending to extremity joints, such TMJ problems, shoulders, knees and other areas where precision is important.

Patient Benefits

We have chosen this approach because of the great results it produces and the chorus of countless delighted patients who sing its praises:

  • Quick and often dramatic results
  • Comfortable and noninvasive
  • Low force and highly precise
  • Ideal for seniors and infants
  • Appreciated by those with arthritis

Most people report a feeling of ease, relaxation and sense of well-being as their spinal structure improves and vertebral subluxation patterns improve.

Please give us a call to schedule your appointment today! (816) 356-9313