Traditional vs. Structural Chiropractic

Most traditional chiropractors, and conventional healthcare providers, focus on a temporary reduction in spasm and temporary relief of pain. Traditional chiropractors typically use general manipulation to achieve a temporary relief of pain. They are a great source for those in need of a quick “patch-up”.

At Complete Chiropractic, our unique focus is Structural Correction of the spine. What we explain to our patients – many of whom are referred from medical doctors, as well as other traditional chiropractors who have not been successful with general manipulation, is that our goal is to objectively correct underlying structural abnormalities.

These abnormalities are often the primary cause of a large array of secondary conditions (aka symptoms). At Complete Chiropractic, our goal is a long-term correction of the spine to not only eliminate secondary conditions, but also facilitate optimal overall function of the body.

By utilizing multiple objective indicators to assess a patient’s spinal structure, we can be precise, complete, and thorough in our corrective methods.

We do this by utilizing a detailed digital structural analysis, multi-axial structural analysis, and other orthopedic and neurological tests to determine the presence and severity of any structural abnormalities of the spine. When structural abnormalities are detected, we create a personalized plan to correct these abnormalities so that you can feel and function at your absolute best.

Your spinal structure and surrounding tissues protect the automatic operating system (AOS). The AOS is the electrical system of the body consisting of nerve tissue that regulates all function and healing. Thus, it is essential to understand the critical nature of undergoing a thorough structural evaluation to determine the presence any structural abnormalities.

The patient below presented for care after traditional chiropractic failed to provide any relief. Symptoms included neck pain, shooting pain into shoulder, and numbness in the hand. After 4 months of Structural Corrective care, the secondary conditions were not only gone, the patient’s spinal structure was objectively improved.

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