The Webster technique is a chiropractic analysis and gentle adjustment of the sacrum. As with all chiropractic adjustments, our intent is to improve the nervous system so the body can function better. As with all sacral adjustments, pelvic balance is improved. A balanced pelvis reduces undue tension in the attached muscles and ligaments.
In pregnant women, if the pelvis is not balanced, the uneven pulling on these muscles and ligaments may be restricting the baby’s ability to get into the best possible position for birth. Dr. Jessica is certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA). Learn more at www.icpa4kids.com
Torque Release Technique
Torque release technique is a specialized adjustment chiropractic technique that can correct subluxation or spinal misalignments in a gentle and non-invasive means. This supports the overall goal of chiropractic care, to build on and encourage the body’s ability to naturally heal injuries and illness, and better adapt to the stresses of daily life.
With TRT, the chiropractor gently and specifically adjusts the spine, creating a more normal tone to the nervous system, which is why it is also known as tonal technique. When your spinal tone is too high, you can experience stress to your musculoskeletal system, dysfunction in the organs, and a decreased effectiveness in your immune response. When the tone is too low, you can end up with weakened muscles and a variety of aches, pain and discomfort as the nervous system fails to properly conduct electrical impulses to your body.
TRT is specifically designed to solve these neurological tonal imbalances by helping to regulate the brain, spinal cord and nervous system functions. It corrects these subluxations using a specialized adjustment instrument which helps to correct subluxations, or misalignments in the spine with highly accurate and precise movements. It also includes using manual methods by hand to correct these aberrant misalignments for global postural correction and resetting nervous system function.