Spinal Impulse Adjusting

Your spine is designed to move, and having so many bones and joints making up your spine, you won’t be surprised to know that there is a specific way your spine is designed to be aligned. When you lose this normal alignment, joints become stiff and fail to do their fair share of the work, or become injured.

A Safer Way To Do Spinal Manipulations

We offer Spinal Impulse Adjusting as a treatment. It allows us to target specific parts of your spine to either; mobilise and free a stiff joint, or adjust an “out of line” spine towards the normal alignment.

More commonly we will utilise spinal impulse adjusting in combination with our other therapies to enhance the effectiveness of treatment. Traditionally, manipulations (clicks & pops) were used in chiropractic & osteopathy, however these treatment techniques are often uncomfortable and carry risks.

By using technology, a controlled, repeatable treatment can be delivered, and evaluated by the in-device sensors that measure movement. It’s these technological advances that allow us to deliver results that previously have not been possible.

This technology opens up spinal adjustments, and all the benefits, to a group of patients that previously would struggle with receiving traditional adjustments.

What Conditions Can This Help?

In most cases back pain or neck pain can be helped by using spinal impulse adjusting as part of our treatment approach because it allows us to mobilise specific, stiff joints.

Spinal Misalignment

We use this to move your spine back to a normal position.


Releasing stiff joints that are making sciatica worse.

Slipped or Bulging Discs

By freeing up movement of stiff joints this helps our decompression work better.

Arthritis & Spondylosis

Helping stiff and degenerate spinal joints retain good motion & slow decline.

To find out more about how spinal impulse adjusting can be used to help your condition, speak to our friendly team and arrange your consultation today.

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