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Oakdale, Minnesota 55128

(651) 447-8811
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Mon: 10am-1 & 3pm-6
Tues: 3pm-6
Wed: 10am-1 & 3pm-6
Thurs: 10am-1 & 3pm-6
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CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT TECHNIQUE

TORQUE RELEASE TECHNIQUE

PRECISE  |  GENTLE  |  FAST  |  SPECIFIC  |  CONSISTENT  |  RELIABLE |  RECOGNIZED

Torque Release Technique (TRT) utilizes The Integrator, a torque and recoil release adjusting instrument, which automatically discharges when a predetermined contact pressure is reached. The Integrator is the only chiropractic adjusting instrument that was developed out of randomized clinical trial, blinded and with placebo control. 

Dr. Roger is Advanced Proficiency Certified in Torque Release Technique, which, through research, has been proven the most specific, scientific adjusting technique in chiropractic. Through the specific analysis, Dr. Roger can identify where and if there is nerve interference down to the vertebral level. He then administers very gentle, specific chiropractic adjustments using The Integrator to align the spine and remove the interference. These adjustments are delivered while the spine is in a perfectly neutral and relaxed position.

 

Torque Release Technique is effective in reducing stress and anxiety, improving sleep patterns, restoring organ function, boosting the immune system as well as reducing general aches and pains.

MANUAL ADJUSTING

Also referred to as “Diversified Technique,” the process of manually adjusting the spine covers a broad range of disciplines within the chiropractic field.  It is focused on removing spinal fixations to allow for proper joint motion and encourage proper spinal structure.

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In general, manual adjusting is done via a series of fast, but low-impact adjustments.  Through the use of various adjustment positions, fixations can be strategically addressed to realign only the areas that need correction.  The energy delivered during the adjustment may produce a slight “popping” sound from the shifting of gas and fluids in the joint.  This sound may be interesting, but it is not a guide as to the value or effectiveness of the adjustment.  While improving spinal biomechanics can reduce nervous system interferences, virtually all joints of the body can be adjusted to help restore proper range of motion.