Why trust Dr. McDonald with you Chiropractic Care.

By now, we all know what chiropractic is, but you may not know that not all treatments are equal. Our practitioners practice the most advanced techniques in our clinic. Chiropractic is no exception. Research reveals that spinal adjustment focusing on spinal alignment, treat more than back pain or neck pain. An advanced treatment must also focus on the relationship between spinal adjustments, special neurons in and around the spine and the nervous system.

Dr. McDonald is trained in a multiple forms of Chiropractic techniques that allow him to cater his care to individuals specific needs.

Diversified Chiropractic Technique

The ultimate goal of chiropractic care is to improve and sustain the health and functionality of the nervous system. Our bodies are always working to adapt to stress. When we physically can not adapt, for example 8 hours of sitting at our work desk, our ability to heal decreases. This correlation is directly visible in the spine, often through tight muscles in the neck and back, vertebral subluxation, or misalignments of the vertebrae. This stress, then leads to neck pain and low back pain.

Diversified chiropractic technique is considered the most effective chiropractic corrective technique and is differentiated from other techniques in that its objective is to restore proper movement and alignment of spine and joint dysfunction. Like many Chiropractic and Osteopathic spinal corrective techniques, Diversified is characterized by specific high-velocity, low-amplitude adjustment to correct misalignments and remove interference to the central nervous system.

Network Spinal Analysis Chiropractic Technique

Network Spinal is a chiropractic technique that is very gentle, organized, and specific. Instead of manual adjustments to the spine, such as Diversified chiropractic technique, Network Spinal utilizes light touches to the spine, mostly in the neck and sacral (lower) regions. These light touches, known as contacts, help to unwind stored tension and trauma within the spine and nervous system.

Dr. McDonald uses this technique for those patients who are highly a-tuned and have a sensitive nervous system that responds well to light touch.