The Primary Adjusting Techniques We Use
We use a number of highly-effective adjusting approaches to help improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. The approach we use is based on our judgment and years of experience. The primary adjusting techniques we use include:
Pettibon Spinal Biomechanics and Engineering is based on structure and function. Since gravity is an absolute environment you have to have proper posture and structural integrity under gravity. Similar to alignment of tires in a car. If the tire alignment is altered the tires wear and tear abnormally.
The structure of your spine and joints react the same, if in their correct position under gravity then your body will work at its optimal potential. When you have injuries that have healed wrong or poor posture habits over years then your posture and structure of your spine and joints wear and tear abnormally leading to a lowered state of health.
We measure your X-rays to the half a millimeter and half a degree to determine the effects gravity is having on your spinal hygiene and overall health and then offer you treatment options to get back to functioning at your optimal potential again.
CLEAR Scoliosis Treatment Center
One of 11 clinics in the world to be a CLEAR Scoliosis Treatment Center
Our Scoliosis Rehabilitation Center is excited to promote the teachings and philosophy of the CLEAR Institute: there is a non-surgical non-bracing alternative treatment for scoliosis, with no psychological or physical scarring, that achieves lasting, positive results! This is the best alternative scoliosis treatment available. It is this message of hope that defines who we are, even more so than the results we achieve.
Each CLEAR visit utilizes a scoliosis correction protocol called Mix, Fix, Set. This protocol combines spinal flexibility, safe and effective spinal adjustments, and muscular re-education to hold and maintain your newly corrected positions.
If you or someone you know is suffering from the all-too-real side effects of scoliosis, please take a moment to review the information about scoliosis on this site.