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Five Most Common Chiropractic Techniques Used to Treat Back and Neck Pain

Treat Back and Neck Pain

The Fayetteville Accident and Injury center works to provide healing to all your chiropractic needs. There are many reasons to see a chiropractor. Here at our Fayetteville center, back pain or neck pain is one of the most common reasons why our patients come to us. There are several techniques that are used to relieve pain. In fact, we made it easy for you by providing a short list of the five most common chiropractic techniques related to treating back and neck pain.

Gonstead Adjustment

This technique treatment is all about repositioning joints and realigning the spine. As a result, reducing back pain and inflammation throughout the body. The Gonstead adjustment makes it easier to diagnose or fix any back issues where the pain is most common.

Thompson Adjustment

For this technique, the chiropractor will use a table to adjust the spine with high velocity and a low aptitude treatment. By doing this, it allows the chiropractor to continue without feeling fatigued and more comfortable for the patient.

Flexion Distraction

The Flexion distraction works especially with clients that have experienced herniated disc problems, scoliosis, or similar joint pain issues. The process of the treatment is stretching the back while alleviating stress in the musculoskeletal areas of the body.

Logan Technique

A chiropractor that uses this technique will gently apply pressure to the spine to reduce stress in the body. It commonly also is used to reduce any chances of migraines or headaches that patients may be dealing with.

Soft Tissue Therapy

This technique is more of a treatment that is often used for athletes or those suffering from a recent injury. The therapy session relieves inflammation while helping to release toxins from the body. As a result, improving better blood flow and circulation.

To make a chiropractic care appointment with our center, please contact us by calling (910) 484-2001.


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