Webster Technique

The Webster Technique is a type of chiropractic adjustment for pregnant mothers. More specifically, it is a sacral analysis and adjustment that reduces the effects of sacral subluxation. In other words, the function of the pelvis is enhanced.

This technique helps mothers with labor difficulty caused by less than optimal uterine function, malpresentation, and pelvic contraction. These are all symptoms of sacral subluxation.

Ultimately, the Webster Technique can help promote a safer, more comfortable birth. This is an attractive option to families for obvious reasons, and it is something that many mothers have benefitted greatly from.

Graston Technique

The Graston Technique is essentially a type of therapy that uses instruments to assist in the mobilization of soft tissues of the body. It is a very popular technique that gives patients a great deal of relief.

The Graston Technique works by breaking down scar tissue and fascia restrictions that are created by trauma to the soft tissue. This can be the result of strained muscles or pulled tendons.

It also reduces restrictions by elongating connective tissue. This effectively changes the structure of the tissue in order to improve function.

If you are curious about The Graston Technique, please reach out to us today. We would be happy to speak with you and discuss the many benefits of this technique.

Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression involves stretching the spine while using a traction table. The goal is to relieve back pain and/or leg pain. Our chiropractor also works to promote an optimal healing environment for bulging, degenerated, or herniated discs.

Spinal decompression is a type of therapy applied to the spine that brings patients many benefits. First, we attempt to create a negative intradiscal pressure to promote retraction or re-positioning of the herniated or bulging disc material. Secondly, we create a lower pressure in the disc that will cause an influx of healing nutrients as well as other substances into the disc.

We will be sure to stretch and relax your spine intermittently in a controlled way. The entire theory behind this process is to create a negative intradiscal pressure which will pull the herniated or bulging disc material back into the correct space as well as to promote a passage of healing nutrients into the disc so it is able to heal.

Our entire staff is dedicated to our patients. We want you to be able to live pain-free (and quickly). We never just look at the problem while trying to mask the pain. Instead, we want to get to the bottom of your spinal issues so that you never feel this way again. Our office provides a calming atmosphere so you are sure to feel comfortable while your body is trying to heal.