What is a ProAdjuster Chiropractic?
A proadjuster chiropractic office specializes in a certain type of adjustment style. There are many types of chiropractic adjustments out there. The proadjuster technique uses a handheld instrument to adjust. It utilizes a computer to help find areas in the spine that are not moving correctly. It then taps very quickly into those stuck segments until they are properly moving again.
What to expect from the ProAdjuster clinic?
When you arrive at a ProAdjuster clinic, you will be warmly greeted by one of our staff members! You will be checked in promptly with little to no wait! A staff member will then direct you to either a case manager or doctor to get your treatment started right away! There is typically very little to no wait time at a ProAdjuster clinic!
Will it hurt?
Chiropractic adjustments in general are very non-invasive and involve low amounts of force to move the bones. The ProAdjuster uses a machine to do the adjustments and the amount of force into the stuck vertebrae can be tailored to each individual patient. The force is very light but incredibly powerful. While most patients feel almost immediate relief, it is possible to feel a little sore after getting an adjustment. If you do feel sore, that is a completely normal response, and you have little to be concerned about!
How is ProAdjuster Chiropractic different from regular chiropractic?
A typical, or “regular” chiropractic adjustment uses the doctor’s hands. They press into stuck segments in the back in a very particular way so as to get them moving again. This movement sometimes causes a loud “pop” or “crack” noise called a cavitation. The difference between that and the ProAdjuster is that there is no cavitation involved. Also, instead of the hands, a ProAdjuster Chiropractor uses a hand held tool to do the adjusting. This tool I called the ProAdjuster Pulstar. The adjustment style is very light and taps very quickly into the spine to get the stuck segments moving again.
At our clinic, we offer computerized chiropractic care. It allows treatment without any popping, cracking twisting or turning. Our team has successfully treated many patients who have back pain, headaches, and posture issues. If you or someone you know wants to work on their spine, gives us a call at (757) 473-9900 (option 1).