Manual Adjustment: A Diversified Technique
Restore Normal Joint and Neurologic Function
The Diversified Technique of Chiropractic Adjusting is the most commonly used of all techniques in the chiropractic practice. It is also probably the most familiar to patients.
The Diversified manipulation/adjustment involves a high velocity, low-amplitude thrust delivered by hand. It’s also common for chiropractors to use the assistance from a table or block. During the procedure, the patient will likely experience the cavitation of a joint (responsible for the quick popping noises).
The treatment is named diversified because the treatment is, well, diverse. It can be used to treat many different issues that a patient may be having. Some common conditions treated are back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain.
Diversified treatment was developed to address bio-mechanical failure in joints of the body, such as the spine. The goal is to restore function. We are popping everything back into place, per say, but rather restoring the communication lines between your neurological set up and your distorted anatomy.
The diversified technique is effective and non-instrumental.
A Chiropractor that you can trust
Dr. Curtis Potts is highly educated in the field of orthopedics. He has diverse experience in the medical profession—everything from orthopedic surgery to physical therapy.
Dr. Potts became a chiropractor in Reno when he realized that surgery and physical therapy couldn’t always provide a solution. Our bodies are so exquisitely wired that they have the ability to rejuvenate themselves—with some assistance. And that assistance doesn’t always require needles and incisions.
A trained chiropractor in diversified techniques can locate the true source of your pain and provide a manual adjustment via hands on manipulation.
Don’t wait, call us today
If you’re experiencing pain, don’t opt in for surgery, injections, or medications right away. Try a natural and non-invasive treatment. Seek out an alternative. You don’t have to suffer any longer. Dr. Curtis Potts, the leading chiropractor in Reno, can apply his knowledge and determine whether the diversified technique is for you.
If Dr. Potts decides that the diversified technique may not b for you, he may suggest other techniques. Schedule an appointment today to learn what your chiropractic options are.
As with all pain and injuries, the sooner you get treatment the more likely you are to make a full recovery. Don’t wait. Call today at 775-204-1194.