What to Expect when Visiting Corrective Care Chiropractic
Dr. Kuehl will take a detailed history relating to your goals as a patient. A chiropractic evaluation, and if needed spinal x-rays will be performed in order to determine your spinal health and alignment.
After gathering all relevant information and reviewing any x-rays taken Dr. Kuehl will determine the best course of action to address your individual situation. We will answer all your questions and concerns to ensure a positive experience at Corrective Care Chiropractic.
Many patients have tight muscles, ligaments and tendons the preparation stage will help to loosen/relax these tissues prior to the chiropractic adjustments. Spinal preparation exercises include active cervical spine traction, wobble seats, core stim among others.
There are many ways to adjust the spine, at Corrective Care Chiropractic we utilize many different techniques to obtain the best results for each patient. Instrument adjustments including the ArthroStim and Activator are utilized with most of our patients providing superior spinal correction and comfort.
Stabilize the Adjustment
Following your chiropractic adjustment it is important to hold the spine in place. Without this step your spine could slip back to the position before the adjustment. At Corrective Care Chiropractic we utilize whole body vibration to stabilize the spine and maintain the adjustment.
*Patients are also given at home spinal exercises to facilitate further spinal correction
Final Note: We understand our patients have busy lives, thus we have designed our office to run efficiently. The average chiropractic treatment at CCC last less than 15 minute from start to finish.
About the Activator
The Activator evolved from 35 years of empirical study and 15 years of clinical research. The instrument delivers a high-speed, low-force treatment (adjustment) for all areas of the spine.
The activator is adjustable for unsurpassed precision and control, ensuring a gentle and comfortable adjustment method. It is effective for pediatric to geriatric patients.
About the Pro ArthroStim®
The ArthroStim® instrument features a spring cushioned 'floating stylus' design that enables a practitioner to instantly increase and decrease the thrusting force simply by increasing or decreasing pressure against the body. This permits the practitioner to utilize the ArthroStim® as an extension of their own hands.