Torque Release Technique
"Life is the expression of tone. In that sentence is the basic principle of Chiropractic. Tone is the normal degree of nerve tension. Tone is expressed in functions by the normal elasticity, activity, strength and excitability of the various organs, as observed in a state of health. Consequently, the cause of disease is any variation of tone – nerves too tense or too slack." D.D. Palmer
Here at Clear Health Chiropractic, our analysis is based on that of tone in the nerves and nervous system. The tone throughout the nervous system, when disrupted, will cause various physiologic reactions in the body. These reactions can often dramatically disrupt the function of different cells, tissues and organs in the human body. This is the basis for finding and correcting disruptions in the communication between the brain and the body. In the chiropractic world, these disruptions are called “subluxations.”
While chiropractic adjustments by hand have worked to heal people for over 100 years, recent advancements in the profession have enabled us to be much more efficient. In our office we offer a much gentler approach by using the Integrator adjusting instrument (pictured right). Today our technique allows us to be much more specific than the broad contact of the open hand. What used to take years of treatment in a chiropractic office now takes much less time.
At Clear Health Chiropractic we utilize one of the most specific, scientific chiropractic adjusting techniques in the entire chiropractic profession. Torque Release Technique is the newest technique known to chiropractic today and combines the best attributes from a variety of techniques that have been proven highly effective. The technique was developed through comprehensive research that is still ongoing today. Well-respected scientific analysis has identified torque release technique as being effective in reducing stress and anxiety, improving sleep patterns, restoring organ function, boosting the immune system as well as reducing general aches and pains.