What Is An Adjustment?

It is the art of correcting the subluxation.

We follow The Gonstead Method protocol for adjusting.


 What Is A Spinal Adjustment? 

It is the proper repositioning of the spinal vertebra back to its correct position on top of the disc.
    • Purpose – To relieve nerve pressure & restore normal function to the nervous system
    • We perform manual (by hand) adjustments only.
    • Misalignments occur in multiple directions.
    • Adjusting by hand is the only way to correct all directions of misalignment at once.

What Is An Extraspinal Adjustment? 

Extraspinal adjustments address joint dysfunction in areas other than the spine.

  • Purpose – To realign the joint to its correct position
  • There are 360 moveable segments in the body.
  • If a joint can move, it can misalign.

Common Extraspinal Adjustments

  • Shoulders
  • Elbows
  • Hands
  • Feet
  • Knees
  • Jaw

What Are Possible Symptoms of Extraspinal Subluxations?


  • Pain
  • Inflammation/Heat
  • Limited Range of Motion
  • Limited Function
  • “It just doesn’t feel right.”
  • “It just doesn’t move right.”
  • “I can’t do things like I used to.”