In our office we utilize a CBCT machine which is the latest technology in the chiropractic world and is actually 3D imaging. We find this to be more precise than traditional 2D X-rays solely because it takes out any variable of having a patient in a position that is not optimal or where the image could end up distorted in any way.
The techniques and analysis that we use in our office consist of Toggle Recoil, Blair, and Knee Chest Upper Cervical. These techniques are a specific niche in chiropractic that are in a group called Upper Cervical Chiropractic and ONLY 1-3% of chiropractors actually practice upper cervical techniques!
Dr. Kyara is also certified in the Webster Technique which is a technique used for prenatal adjusting. Getting adjusted while pregnant has many benefits such as, better mornings possibly with less nausea/morning sickness, decreased birth/delivery times, better posture, optimal pelvic positioning, increased comfort/decreased discomfort, better sleep, and more!
Our goal is for you to hold your adjustment as long as possible, meaning we want to adjust you as little as possible so that your body can heal and do good on its own. To get your body into a state of relaxation to begin the healing process, we have you rest in our resting room every time you get adjusted to allow your sympathetic (aka your fight or flight) nervous system shut off, allowing your parasympathetic (aka rest and digest) nervous system to turn on. Many individuals are stuck in the sympathetic state and also have large amounts of tension in their muscles that restrict the body from reaching an optimal state both physically and mentally. So in our office, this step is very important in optimizing your care AND your results.
We also use Functional Nervous System Testing EVERY TIME you come into our office to monitor how your nervous system is adapting and if it is in an optimal state.
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We also have a limited supply of supplementation in house but have many recommendations for dietary and lifestyle needs if you are wanting to discuss those!
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