Instrument adjusting techniques in the chiropractic setting are used to focus on adjusting specific spots or areas of the body with special tools. Targeting these areas can be a workout for practitioners because of the squatting, bending and reaching it may involve. That is where PHS Chiropractic comes in to save the day (along with your back and energy!).
Things are finally starting to feel a little less chaotic around here now that we have settled into our 2 new locations. That's right, we moved!
At the beginning of May, Pivotal Health Solutions Headquarters in Watertown, SD moved about 1.5 miles down the road to a larger facility. At the beginning of June, our Custom Craftworks plant in Eugene, OR also moved to a larger building!
Bringing the iTrac® Remodeling System to your Clinic
Getting to know the iTrac® System
The ErgoStyle™ Adjusting Table line has engineered a product that allows the doctor to deliver an adjustment like never before. Chiropractors who perform their adjustments on a regular bench often suffer from neck, back, elbow, shoulder and wrist pain. The ErgoStyle™ Adjusting Table line eases these symptoms because of it's rich features.
This blog was curated from an article in Dynamic Chiropractic published on July 1, 2018, Vol. 36, Issue 07. The author of the original article is Marc Heller, DC. The original article can be viewed here.
When I read the chart notes of other chiropractors, I am usually disappointed. They list what vertebrae are fixated or misaligned. They may describe the involved fascia and muscles. In diagnosis, I see terms such as lumbar or pelvic dysfunction, lumbar or pelvic strain or sprain, etc.
Do your patients think their care is simply about resolving their back pain? It's time to educate them that while chiropractic is about that, it's also about so much more.
Research has demonstrated that chiropractic can actually help keep your body healthy and active and can be incorporated into anyone's lifestyle as a preventative regimen.
Any serious runner knows that their legs take a serious beating. From joint pain to soft tissue damage, these athletes often see it all. While many seek care from an orthopedic practice, many others look to alternative rehabilitation such as soft tissue repair or joint mobilization to ease their pain and get them running again. Writer and runner Elena Sonnino of U.S. News & World Report shares her experience.