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Instrument adjusting in chiropractic refers to the use of specialized tools or instruments to perform chiropractic adjustments, which are maneuvers or manipulations typically applied to the spine or other parts of the musculoskeletal system. Our chiropractors use these adjustments to alleviate pain, improve function, and promote the body's natural ability to heal itself. The purpose of instrument adjusting is to provide a specific and controlled force to the targeted area, aiming to restore normal joint function, alleviate nerve irritation, and improve overall physical well-being.
The use of instruments in chiropractic adjustments offers certain advantages over traditional manual techniques. These advantages can include increased precision, the ability to deliver a specific force to a particular area, and a reduced need for twisting or rotational movements. Additionally, some patients may prefer instrument-based adjustments due to the reduced level of force or the absence of the popping or cracking sounds often associated with manual adjustments.
Our chiropractors may use various types of instruments, such as the Impulse Adjusting Instrument, or the Activator. These tools are designed to deliver controlled and targeted impulses to specific areas of the spine or other joints, helping to restore proper alignment, reduce pain, and improve overall function.
It's important to note that the choice of manual or instrument-based adjustments depends on the chiropractor's training, the specific needs of the patient, and the nature of the condition being treated. Our chiropractors often tailor the treatment approaches to best meet the individual needs and preferences.
If you believe you could benefit from high-quality care, consider getting treatment from the staff at Vida Chiropractic. Our dedicated team will be pleased to answer your questions today. We can also help you schedule a time to visit our office in the Ironbound section of Newark NJ.