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An adjustment is a procedure a chiropractor utilizes to correct a subluxation in the spine. Adjustments can be performed in the spine or an extremity to stabilize the joint thereby reducing the joint's mobility and function, and remove any nerve irritation/inflammation present. An adjustment will stabilize the joint, thereby reducing the patient's symptoms.

In my office, I utilize several adjustment techniques to achieve positive patient results. Some of the techniques I use are Diversified, Thompson, Cox, and SOT. In children and arthritic geriatric patients, I use the Activator method.

Prior to the adjustment, I use physical therapy modalities such as

  • Ultrasound
  • Interferential Muscle Stimulation
  • Intersegmental Traction
  • Cervical Traction
  • Lumbar Traction
  • Ice or Heat
  • Spinal Decompression
In most cases, therapy will consist of one application which takes 15 minutes to perform. In some cases, two to three therapies will be needed prior to the adjustment. The physical therapy modalities when combined with the adjustment promote faster tissue healing which produce quicker positive results.

After the first two visits (exam and report of findings), the total treatment time is 20 minutes if therapy is used in conjunction with the adjustment. An adjustment and therapy will be performed on the second visit following the report of findings.

For acute conditions, ultrasound and interferential muscle stimulation are usually the therapy used prior to adjustment.

Either spinal decompression, cervical traction, lumbar traction, or intersegmental traction is used prior to the adjustment for chronic conditions, disc conditions, or extremity pain cases.

The picture with the male patient is a demonstration of cervical traction. The picture of the female patient is a demonstration of lumbar traction.

Both patients are comfortable during the procedure with no pain associated with these therapies.

cervical traction
Cervical Traction
lumbar traction
Lumbar Traction
Physical Therapy Modalities Offered:
  • Ultrasound
  • Interferential Muscle Stimulation 
  • Intersegmental Traction
  • Cervical Traction
  • Lumbar Traction
  • Decompression
​Exercise Equipment Consists Of:
  • Wobble/Rocker Board to Improve Balance/Proprioception
  • Triflex Total-Body Rehab
  • Digiflex Finger Coordination/Strengthening
  • Elliptical Machine
  • Specific Home Exercises for Acute Lumbar/Cervical Patients and Chronic Lumbar/Cervical Patients.

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810 NW Broad St., Ste. 250
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

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