There are a large number of techniques in chiropractic. Our approach is to be efficient and effective with the following protocols.
Advanced Bio-Structural Correction ABCTM is a relatively new form of chiropractic care developed by a Dr Jesse Jutkowitz. ABCTM offers significant results with people’s bodies.
ABCTM is focused on facilitating smooth connections of the entire joint system of the body from the top of the head to the tips of the toes.
The operating premises of ABCTM are:
- The human body is a partially self-correcting mechanism.
- There are some things the body cannot self-correct. If the spine is structurally distorted it can only self-correct if there are muscles pulling in the direction needed for correction.
- To get someone’s body healthy (corrected and working properly) you correct only the things the body cannot self-correct, letting the body do the rest – which it can do by itself.
- The spinal meninges are a significant driver of brain, spine and nerve system function. Adhesions or restrictions of the meninges create changes in spinal function and correction of these restrictions enhances this function.
Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) is a comprehensive and innovative technique of Chiropractic founded in 1925 by Dr M B De Jarnette and is constantly being developed today.
It is named as such due to the relationship between the sacrum (base of the spine) and the occiput (base of the skull).
The sacrum and cranium work in a reciprocal way to assist in the pumping of Cerebro-Spinal Fluid (CSF) throughout the brain, spinal cord and the nervous system. The minute rhythmical motion that circulates the CSF is essential to optimal health – CSF effectively acts as the circulatory system of the brain and spinal cord and is essential for the rejuvenation of nerve tissue.
The goal of SOT is to facilitate the continuous motion that is required for the central nervous system to function efficiently. This process includes biomechanical levers called SOT Blocks, which are used to address three categories of distortion patterns. A branch of SOT known as CMRT addresses the relationship between the brain, spine and organs and yet another branch addresses the cranial function.
Dr Scott Walker developed NET in the late 1970’s. NET is based on the physiological foundations of stress-related emotional responses.
NET works with the physiological status of the body which is emotionally replicating an earlier and similar physiological state that was found in an original remembered event. We call these aberrations Neuro-Emotional Complexes (NECs).
Our job is to identify the NEC, take it to its original event and stimulate the neuropeptide release mechanisms to neutralise the charge on the event. This is an elegant physiological technique not a talk it out psychological process and is incredibly effective.
People find that this process is easy and gentle and doesn’t require emotional release, analysis or behavioural modification.