When choosing a chiropractor, you want to find an office where you will get the results you are looking for. This is why understanding what techniques they use is important.

Within the field of chiropractic, there are dozens and dozens of technique systems to evaluate and address the subluxation process and support your body in correcting and resolving the issues you are dealing with.

The most important thing for you is finding an office that offers techniques that will be effective for your own unique situation and needs.

One technique might work great for you but other approaches might not have the same effect.

You might have heard someone say “I tried chiropractic and it didn’t work for me” or maybe you’ve had that experience yourself. What is likely the case is not that chiropractic didn’t work but that the particular technique that was used was not the best and most effective for that person.

For this reason, Drs. Mike and Meredith have done extensive post-grad training in multiple technique systems to create an integrated approach that delivers consistent results and allows us to customize and personalize a care plan specific to you.

Some of our patients need a greater focus on the upper cervical spine, which requires a specific analysis and corrective approach.

Others need a more whole body postural / alignment-based approach such as Chiropractic BioPhysics® /CBP® where we focus on improving the cervical curve, reducing forward head posture, and addressing problematic issues like scoliosis and other issues involving compression and shifting of the spine.

There are also a variety of highly effective tonal techniques that we use where we combine Thompson drop table, Integrator / Activator, SOT, MC2, Logan Basic, and extremity work.

Many pregnant mom’s choose us because of our certifications in the Webster Technique and our training through the ICPA.

Ultimately, when you choose our office we will work together with you to find the approach that will get you the longest-lasting results in the shortest period of time.