Dr. Lapine offers a variety of chiropractic care techniques to help manage pain, improve mobility, and promote overall wellness.
. There's no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to your health. At Lapine Family Chiropractic Clinic, we create individualized treatment plans tailored to your specific needs and goals, ensuring the best possible outcomes!
We believe in treating the root cause of your pain, not just the symptoms. Our practice focuses on restoring the natural balance of your body, helping you achieve optimal health and wellness.
We empower our patients with knowledge about their own bodies. You'll gain a deeper understanding of how your spine and nervous system function, enabling you to take an active role in your healing journey.
This hands-on technique is particularly effective for addressing musculoskeletal issues, spinal misalignments, and related discomfort. The approach is. aimed at restoring proper alignment, enhancing mobility, and alleviating pain.
This method is often favored by patients who prefer a gentle and low-force approach to chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractors can adjust the force and frequency of the instrument based on the patient's needs and the area being treated.
S.O.T focuses on the relationship between the sacrum and the occiput (the bone at the back of the skull). The technique is designed to address various musculoskeletal and neurological issues by optimizing the function of the pelvis, spine, and nervous system
This technique involves the application of controlled force to the spine with the goal of decompressing the spinal discs and relieving pressure on nerves and other structures. This technique is often used to treat conditions that involve spinal disc problems, such as herniated discs or degenerative disc disease.
The Drop Table technique is a specialized approach to chiropractic adjustments that involves the use of a segmented table with drop mechanisms. It's commonly used to address spinal misalignments and promote overall spinal health.
By creating a controlled and gentle traction force on the spine, this technique can help relieve pressure on nerves, promote blood flow, and encourage the healing of injured spinal structures.