Chiropractic was first developed in the United States more than 100 years ago and has flourished into a profession that encompasses a wide variety of techniques practiced by highly trained doctors. These techniques are safe, non-invasive, drug-free, and appropriate for children, adults, and the elderly.
The chiropractic physician views the nervous system as the key for understanding human health and disease. The brain communicates with the body via the spinal column and peripheral nerves. Besides thinking and feeling, it controls all basic functions of the body including movement, sensation, digestion and elimination. Because of its governing role, the nervous system has powerful and far-reaching possibilities for healing.
There are nearly as many chiropractic techniques as there are chiropractors but there is a basic division between the more commonly practiced manual manipulation techniques and the low-force chiropractic techniques. Axial Stability Method, the chiropractic method practiced exclusively at the Lydian Center, is a low-force technique. We do not move bones or induce cavitations. With subtle, sophisticated kinesiology techniques, we work with the brain to restore optimal functioning of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. This has wide ranging positive effects not only on pain and biomechanical dysfunction, but also on broader brain integration problems such as developmental delays, poor coordination, emotional disregulation, sensory processing issues, and learning disabilities.
Read more about Axial Stability Method.
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