Our Chiropractic Techniques
We help people of all ages in San Antonio with their pain using a variety of chiropractic techniques.
As part of one of the largest chiropractic networks, our San Antonio auto accident chiropractor offers efficient visit times, quality adjustments and care, and pre and post progress x-rays.
We use the most effective chiropractic techniques including:
Radiology services (digital x-ray imaging)
Imaging helps iust to understand what's happening in your body and most importantly to your spine. Imaging is painless and offered as part of our treatment plan.
Traction therapy is a non-surgical option that can relieve neck and back pain by stretching and realigning the spine for many people. Essentially, the purpose is to reverse the effects that gravity has put on the spine.
Spinal Decompression ("Back on Trac" by Ergo Flex)
Nonsurgical spinal decompression is a type of motorized traction that may help relieve back pain. Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. That changes the force and position of the spine.
Knee Decompression ("Knee on Trac" by Ergo Flex)
Nonsurgical knee decompression is a type of motorized traction that may help relieve knee pain. Knee decompression works by gently stretching the knee. That changes the force and position of the knee.
Red Light Therapy
In chiropractor care, red light therapy is called photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) or low-level light therapy (LLLT). PBMT uses a specific wavelength of light to target mitochondria in your cells. This energy stimulation helps treat pain. LLLT uses a different wavelength to target damaged tissue.
Whole Body Vibration
Full body vibration is one of the tools utilized by our chiropractors to aid in strengthening the body, reducing back pain and improving health. The key to this tool is its ability to activate the muscular-skeletal system and nervous system simultaneously.
Spinal manipulation is a technique where our chiropractors use their hands or a device to apply a controlled thrust to a joint of your spine. The amount of force can vary, but the thrust moves the joint more than it would on its own and puts the joint back into place.
Using these qualified techniques, we get the best results for our patients.