Chiropractic for the treatment of the musculoskeletal system

Chiropractic is a manual procedure used to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal disorders. The main area of ​​application is local and complex disorders in the area of ​​muscles, tendons or joints.
In particular, the spine and the pelvis play a crucial role. Targeted manipulations in chiropractic are used to improve incorrect posture or incorrect movements, which results in reduced pain. We carry out the following techniques in our practice.

  • TTPT (Thompson Terminal Point Technique)
  • COX Technique (Cox Flexion Distraction Technique)
  • Flexion Distraction Therapy (manual and fully automatic)

The Thompson Drop Technique adjusts the spine and nervous system. As a particularly gentle method, this technology designed and patented by Dr. Clay Thompson, performed on segmental drop tables, the so-called Drop tables, is used to transfer the resulting kinetic energy to the body. The patient is initially slightly raised at about three to four centimetres on the treatment table, while the chiropractor deliberately builds up a gentle pressure. The rapid lowering or “dropping” of a part of the chiropractic table (the “table”) releases a kinetic pulse energy.