SOT (Sacrale Occipital Technique)
Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) is a chiropractic technique developed to restore a functional relationship between the head, pelvis and spine, a structure that envelops and protects our central nervous system.
With the help of SOT, we can divide complaints into certain categories of severity. Compensation patterns of the spine will eventually lead to certain symptoms and conditions, normally the reason why someone seeks our help. In order to cure the complaint (such as low back pain), the underlying dysfunctions must be assessed.
Diversified technique has three main goals and are intended to restore spinal alignment, improve joint dysfunction and achieve proper movement. It involves the application of a short (low amplitude), fast (high speed) thrust over limited joints (one by one) with the aim of restoring the normal range of motion in the joint.
The Activator method can help restore movement, fight inflammation, and relieve pain. It is gentle, effective and perfect for children or people with a sensitive nervous system.
NOT (Neural Organisation Technique)
N.O.T. stands for Neural Organisation Technique. It is an essential technique used to organise the nervous system. By using a specific protocol to connect the neurological circuits, the body’s four survival systems can work automatically. When the nervous system is reset and adjusted after structural, biochemical, or emotional traumas, other treatment modalities become more effective and efficient.
The body is a self-healing, self-regulating, self-sustaining, integrated and organised organism. The principles of N.O.T are based on the primary survival systems of the species that are naturally innate or innate, integrated and fully automatic from the beginning of life.
The philosophy and guiding principle of N.O.T is that the body is an integrated whole, dependent on the functional integrity of all survival systems. In short… The logic of the living body is unfolded.
The Thompson technique uses a drop table to help chiropractors provide high speed, low amplitude, and low strength adjustments. This provides patients with a a gentle adjustment that is effective for changes in the nervous system. We utilise this on all ages and in pregnancy.
The Webster Technique is a specific chiropractic treatment technique for pregnant women and is designed to alleviate the cause of intrauterine coercion. The Webster technique is a specific chiropractic sacral (sacrum) analysis and diversified adjustment. The purpose of the adjustment is to reduce the effects of sacral subluxation/SI joint dysfunction. In addition, the neuro-biomechanical function in the pelvis is facilitated. The Websters technique often gets called the ‘Spinning babies’ technique, due to its high rate of helping breech babies/transverse babies go into the head down position in the womb, without need for inversion techniques.
Flexion distraction technique
Flexion distraction is a safe chiropractic technique as a non-invasive alternative to surgical procedures for disc complaints, bulges or hernias.
- Helps the spinal nerves when you experience an intervertebral bulge or hernia
- Increases your range of motion along the spine and joints
- A non-invasive alternative to surgical procedures
- Minimises the symptoms of sciatica (pinched sciatic nerve)
Applied Kinesiology (AK)
Applied Kinesiology (AK) is the use of muscle testing in the diagnosis and treatment of health problems. The main breakthrough of AK muscle testing is that most people have an unusual type of muscle weakness in their bodies. These muscle weaknesses are not due to a lack of exercise, but are due to a “short circuit” of the muscles and their nerve connections. Muscle spasms and muscle tension have been shown to be secondary in importance for and in fact caused by muscle weakness.