Even if you’ve been “everywhere else”, including other chiropractors, I can help you. I use advanced techniques acquired in postgraduate seminars, and I’ve developed some of my own. I apply those techniques with talent, skill developed over decades, and exquisite touch. In two weeks of recommended care, you’ll feel the value of chiropractic practiced at the level of art.
What is a “kinesiology chiropractor”? I make extensive use of a chiropractic technique called Applied Kinesiology (AK).
AK muscle testing allows me to determine exactly what needs correction in your body- today-
in great detail. I correct the spine, and also balance the spine’s supporting muscles and the nervous system to create a lasting improvement in your overall health.
How I work
I do chiropractic adjusting by hand, not with an instrument, so I can feel what I’m doing in real time. The key to chiropractic, and my focus, is the correction of abnormal spine motion, sometimes referred to as subluxation
. My adjusting is very precise and very fast. By encouraging your body to relax during the adjustment, it can be amazingly light, but still highly effective. Yes, the adjustment does often result in a popping sound- details here
. If the sound really bothers you, I have other techniques that can be used. I’m not a ‘bells and whistles’ chiropractor. No color computer printouts, and the only high tech machine is my Class IV therapeutic laser
. I use a special table that helps me apply precisely controlled traction to the low back. My most powerful computer is inside my skull, and my most sensitive diagnostic tools are my hands. I do an extensive orthopedic, neurological, chiropractic and kinesiological exam at the first visit, and x-rays are not taken unless indicated
. For many more details about how I approach practice, see techniques
How to choose your chiropractor
Would I like for you to choose me as your chiropractor? Of course I would, but only if your needs and my work fit together properly. There are as many varieties of chiropractic as there are chiropractors- selecting a chiropractor is not a “one size fits all” proposition. One of the great strengths of the chiropractic profession is that innovations occur constantly as practitioners develop better ways of accomplishing the goals of chiropractic. Each doctor adopts techniques which are compatible with their personality, body, and worldview. To get the best possible results, take responsibility for finding a chiropractor who fits with you and your needs. This site will give you quite a bit of information about me, but I’m biased, of course. I suggest you ask around among your friends, family and co-workers. Sites like Yelp
and Google Maps
also contain reviews from ‘locals’. The REVIEWS
page lets my patients tell you about me from their point of view. This site is also designed to be a resource for patients and others interested in my point of view on a number of health related issues- see the FAQ