Here are some chiropractic techniques we offer:
Our Advanced Chiropractic Joint Mobilization Techniques
Gonstead Technique – The Gonstead Technique uses specific joint manipulation preguided with x-rays lines of measurements. If is considered to be the most accurate and specific technique used to adjust and evaluate the spine.
Sacral Occipital Techniques – The Sacral Occipital Techniques is a non-force chiropractic system used to promote optimal healing of the spine, cranium, and pelvis. These techniques promote balance within the brain and body.
Thompson Techniques – The Thompson Techniques are chiropractic procedures that utilize specialized, adjusting tables with a segmented drop system to perform the desired adjustments to the spine faster and lighter than other techniques.
Palmer Modified Techniques – Dr. Palmer was the founder of chiropractic and created the first chiropractic college; now the largest in the world. Dr. Palmer and his son introduced unique chiropractic techniques, including a system of spinal adjustments that continues to be the preferred techniques in the profession today and are highly regarded by chiropractors and doctors around the world.
Cox Techniques – This gentle adjustment techniques aids in joint mobilization of the spine through flexion distraction. Based on the principles of chiropractic and osteopathy, this technique offers fast relief of lower back and leg pain without surgery.
Diversified Techniques – Probably the most common of all chiropractic. It requires quick yet gentle spinal adjustments to restore proper position of the vertebrae in the spine as well as proper motion.
Dr. Cazares MUSE Techniques – With over 28 years of chiropractic experience, Dr. Cazares has used his vast knowledge of chiropractic care to create his very own specialized chiropractic techniques and procedures, the MUSE Techniques, use gentle spinal elongation motion while performing joint manipulation with manual or instrument methods.
Precision Instrumental Techniques – We use a arthrostim joint mobilization or pulsestar to perform specific adjustments when patient request non manuel spinal manipulation of the spine.