Chiropractic Techniques Used by Dr. Brook
In order to customize the right chiropractic technique for each person I studied with several chiropractic masters. The list below is a brief explanation of the techniques I use to adjust and correct one’s subluxations.
If you have any questions about any of the techniques I use, feel free to contact me any time.
This will involve any of a number of specific adjusting techniques, such as full spine, gonstead, & HIO, with the addition of a philosophy which emphasizes the role of the Innate Intelligence of the body in the healing process. It will not utilize any therapy other than hand adjustment.
A specific technique for adjustment of the full spine on a special table which has a slight drop in the cushions to improve the effectiveness of the adjustment without as much force into the patient.
A specific method for full spine adjusting utilizing the use of full spine x-rays to locate spinal mis-alignments.
H.I.O. — Hole In One AKA Toggle Recoil
A specific adjustment of the upper cervical spine… the upper part of the neck, closest to the brain.This technique utilizes a side posture table with a cervical head piece which makes a slight drop when the adjustment is given.
Developed by my mentor Dr. Arno Burnier. It is an advanced technique that involves visualization, motion palpation, and advanced delicate adjusting.
MOTION ANALYSIS (PALPATION)
An examination procedure used to test the mobility of spinal joints by feeling for movement between the vertebra.
It is a small had held impact tool in which a quick impulse is applied to correct a vertebral mis-alignment according to a set pattern.
A non-force technique taught by Logan Chiropractic College, which utilizes a soft steady pressure on ligaments around the tail bone for release of tension and vertebral mis-alignments in the lower back.