Manual adjusting techniques are referred to as the “Diversified Technique” for good reason. Namely, they encompass a wide range of chiropractic disciplines all concerned with correcting misalignment and relieving excess tension.
Most manual adjusting occurs through high-velocity, low amplitude thrusts that quickly but gently restore alignment without the use of extreme pressure or discomfort. Through different adjustment positions, we adjust problematic subluxations to strategically realign these areas.
Common methods of applying pressure include: