What Is It?
Activator methods technique is a gentle, low-force program of chiropractic care. In the late 1960s, this revolutionary chiropractic technique was developed to improve safety and comfort for the chiropractic patient. Since then, the technique has grown to be the most widely-used low-force chiropractic technique in the world. The Activator technique incorporates the latest advances in orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic examinations along with a unique system of administering spinal adjustments.
Does it work for everyone?
Patients from all walks of life can enjoy the benefits of an Activator adjustment. The Activator technique works well for children because it is quick and easy. Even young children who may have problems keeping still typically have no problems with Activator adjustments. Many even look forward to their next visit! Elderly patients benefit from the Activator technique as well. The unique Activator adjustment offers a more gentle and effective care approach for elderly patients who suffer from degeneration, arthritis, and osteoporosis.
How does it work?
This technique utilizes specific procedures to detect spinal joint dysfunction, analyze leg length inequality, detect body mechanic problems, and test neurological reflexes. With these unique analytical tools, we can begin the process of restoring your overall spinal balance. To address spinal joint dysfunction, we use an instrument called the Activator. This unique hand-held instrument was scientifically designed to give you a very specific, low-force adjustment. The Activator instrument delivers a controlled, light and fast thrust, without causing undue strain to patients. Activator adjustments are so quick and controlled, your bodys muscles are less likely to resist, allowing for a more precise and exact adjustment. One of the unique features of the Activator technique is that we can zero in on the exact area of the body that is causing your pain. Thousands of patients throughout the world enjoy safe, effective chiropractic care with the Activator technique. Patients enjoy results and appreciate how easy it is to get adjusted.