Techniques

Koren Specific Technique (KST)

   " In late 2003, as a result of research and clinical experimentation, I developed an improved form of chiropractic spinal care that I now call Koren Specific Technique. Patients can be more thoroughly analyzed than ever before, with the adjustments holding better and for longer periods of time."

~ Tedd Koren, D.C. 

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KST - How should a patient feel?

 

   "Most people report a feeling of ease, relaxation and well-being as their structural nerve stress (subluxations) releases/diminishes. Some people feel very relaxed and they should listen to their body and go home and sleep if at all possible.

The next day some people feel as if they've had a good workout, often in places they never knew they had. This is usually felt only after the first adjustment, is temporary and usually disappears within a short time."

~ Tedd Koren, D.C.

The Activator Method

   This unique delivery of chiropractic care evaluates your body's needs in real-time by observing the body's natural tendency to always keep itself balanced. Here's how it works.

   As you, the patient, lay face down on a specialized table, your spinal joints are individually "tested" with either a small amount of finger pressure by the doctor or by a specific doctor-directed movement that you perform. Your body in turn reacts to each test by attempting to stay balanced. If your body is unable to stay balanced after a particular test, it indicates a problem area that needs to be adjusted.

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"The power that made the body, is the power that heals the body." - B.J. Palmer, D.C.

What can I expect?

   The Chiropractic adjustment you will receive will start a healing process that will change your life for the better. If you continue to improve your body's built-in healing abilities through chiropractic care, you can also expect greater health improvements in the future.

 

   Because no two people are alike, everyone will respond to their first adjustment a little differently. Chances are you will not feel much of a change at first. This is normal because your body must first go through a corrective process that we call a "work phase". During this phase, your body will be responding to the sudden increase of nerve energy in order to "work" on areas needing attention. After a while, your body will enter a "rest phase" which is simply a recovery period. Most people feel the majority of changes after this phase is over. The time it takes for each to occur varies greatly, some people can detect changes by the next day