Chiropractic care is based on the fact that good health depends on a properly functioning spine, musculoskeletal system, and the nervous system. Our chiropractic analysis focuses on evaluating a proper joint function (i.e. spine, pelvis, extremities) to determine if there are any abnormal movement or dysfunction. Chiropractic care restores proper spinal and joint movement as well as improving the brain and the central nervous system function. This helps the body to relieve pain, move better and heal faster.
There are a variety of methods that chiropractors can choose and specialize in to deliver chiropractic adjustment (aka spinal manipulation). The traditional methods involve direct hand contact adjustment and it usually produces a “cracking” sound of the joints. There are benefits to traditional manual adjustments and it is a foundation to every chiropractor’s technique.
RYNK Chiropractic Specialty
Chiropractic techniques have evolved continuously and we offer a modern chiropractic system of Activator Methods and a computerized chiropractic adjusting technology of Neuromechanical technique (Impulse iQ) that has been researched and studied extensively. This incorporates the latest orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic analysis and examination. We utilize a hand-held instrument to deliver safe and specific adjustments consistently in a precisely controlled setting. The speed of the adjustment is so quick that the patient is less likely to tense and resist the treatment. The adjustments are very comfortable and there is no twisting or popping of the joints. This method prevents excessive force and torque from being applied to the other joints and it is safe and effective in people of all ages including babies, children, pregnant women, and the elderly. Our instrument-adjusting techniques allow us to help our patients to achieve better structural correction and neuromusculoskeletal function faster with longer-lasting results.
Common Symptoms We Treat
Back pain, Hip pain, pelvic pain
Shoulder pain & tightness
Other extremity pain (e.g. knee, ankle, arm, wrist)
General Numbness/Tingling (e.g. sciatica)
TMJ (Jaw) pain