People travel for miles from every direction for the world renowned Gonstead Technique. Gonstead represents the ultimate standard in “hands on” spinal adjusting and remains the leader in chiropractic techniques. The science behind this cutting-edge technique results in the most accurate, specific and effective approach in evaluating and adjusting the spine. Because the spinal column is a dynamic structure affecting the entire body, the Gonstead Technique requires that the entire spine be checked for motion, soft tissue damage and neurological dysfunction by using five criteria. These valuable criteria and detailed analysis includes instrumentation, static palpation, motion palpation, visual – the articulations of the spine by hand only. By taking this comprehensive, proactive approach, we find that when correction is made to the spine, the entire body begins functioning better as a whole. It is common for our patients to feel more energy, sleep better and notice improved digestion after receiving a series of specific Gonstead adjustments. The Gonstead System is timeless and gives rise to a specific, definite approach to every segment of the spinal column. There is a clinical logic to every decision that is made for each and every patient. This ensures that the principles outlined by Dr. Gonstead will be duplicated, the results achieved and patient referrals stimulated.
Torque Release Technique
Torque Release Technique involves using The Integrator, a torque and recoil release adjusting instrument, which automatically discharges when a predetermined contact pressure is reached. With chiropractic having entered its second century, this up-to- date, functional, scientific, neurologically- based model is the best that is available today.
Through the specific analysis, Dr. Justin can identify where and if there is any nerve interference down to the vertebral level. He then administers very gentle, specific chiropractic adjustments to align the spine and remove the interference. This specificity leads to better results and longer lasting effects.
Adjusting extremities can be almost as important as adjusting the spine. Dr. Justin focuses heavily on extremity adjusting which includes the feet, ankles, knees, hips, hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. Most of these issues come from sports injuries or other activity related injuries, but they can also occur with degeneration and repetitive use without correction. So, no matter the injury, Dr. Justin will help figure out the ROOT cause of the issue and determine the best course of action that best serves YOU!