One of the great medical myths has to do with what people think a chiropractic adjustment is. Most think it is some sort of “popping” of the neck or “twisting and cracking of the back” not unlike popping your own neck or twisting and cracking your spouse’s back when he or she feels tight after a long day.

With this kind of ignorance about what an adjustment really is, is it any wonder so many people do not get chiropractic care or actually fear chiropractic adjustments?

The truth about a chiropractic adjustment is that there are dozens of ways to analyze vertebral subluxations and more than a hundred ways to adjust and correct spinal problems. I have performed an estimated 240,000 adjustments in the 18 years of being a chiropractor. I have learned and developed many specific scientific chiropractic adjustments that are tailored for the correction of postural changes, forward head syndrome, disc degeneration, osteoarthritis, scoliosis, sciatica and more. A set of X-rays are the best and most specific tool used to detect vertebral subluxations. Call to schedule your x-rays now.