Computerized Adjustments in Komoka Ontario
For individuals in Komoka, a manual adjustment or spinal manipulation is a common treatment that chiropractors offer. Our clinic offers this treatment option as well but patients that visit Kilworth Family Chiropractic can look forward to relief from discomfort thanks to Computerized, state-of-the-art adjustments our clinic offers.
Computerized vs. Manual Chiropractic Adjusting
Practitioners perform traditional chiropractic adjustments by hand. Chiropractors might be proficient in as manes five manual techniques. The basis of an adjustment is applying pressure to vertebrae that show abnormal patterns of movement or that are not functioning correctly.
A typical adjustment utilizes a high-velocity thrust applied to the vertebrae. a release of gas lowers pressure on the affected joint. Patients often note a so-called cracking.
Our practice is pleased to offer our patients the option of computerized adjustments. Our doctor uses a handheld device linked to a computer to scan a patient’s spine and detect vertebrae that are out of alignment or “stuck.” This system notifies the doctor each time it locates a vertebra that is unable to move properly. It then delivers the appropriate adjustment.
What to Expect?
Computerized adjusting offers an advanced assessment of each vertebra before and after treatment. Our patients find this therapy convenient as well as highly effective in treating conditions such as lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, and whiplash. it is also useful for treating carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis and other foot pain, and shoulder problems.
As the chiropractor scans each vertebra with the hand-held tool, the computer evaluates it. This tool provides a more precise evaluation of the amount of force each misaligned vertebra requires for correction than a manual manipulation is able to assess. The computer senses when motion has been restored to affected muscles around a vertebra then shuts off the tool.
Many of our patients report that computerized adjustments create a sense of calm and well-being in addition to relieving pain. A sensation of light tapping on the part of the spine being treated is common.
For more information, call our team at Kilworth Family Chiropractic in Komoka today!
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