Our Technique in Loveland
Dr. Michael Hughes and Dr. David Hughes are twin chiropractic brothers who have developed a unique technique that combines several chiropractic methods to provide their patients with the best possible results. They have seen many patients experience chiropractic miracles in their practice, addressing a range of health concerns and challenges. See how a Loveland CO chiropractor can help you today!
Thompson technique in Loveland CO
One of the most significant benefits of their technique is that it's easy on the body. They use drop tables, which provide a gentle force that's specific to the patient's needs. This technique, known as the Thompson technique, is highly effective and allows the doctors to tailor their adjustments to each patient's unique response. Drop tables are especially helpful for patients who have difficulty relaxing or are in significant pain during an adjustment.
sacral occipital technique
Another technique that Dr. Michael and Dr. David use is sacral occipital technique (SOT). SOT involves analyzing and treating the relationship between the sacrum (the large, triangular bone at the base of the spine) and the occiput (the bone at the base of the skull). By addressing the relationship between these two bones, the doctors are able to correct imbalances in the body's cerebrospinal fluid and improve nerve function. This can lead to significant improvements in a patient's overall health and well-being.
Applied kinesiology (AK) is another technique used by Dr. Michael and Dr. David. This method involves muscle testing to evaluate the body's structural, chemical, and emotional imbalances. By identifying these imbalances, the doctors can develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses each patient's unique needs.
Gravitational pattern alignment
Gravitational pattern alignment is a technique used to address postural imbalances. This method involves analyzing the body's gravitational patterns and correcting any imbalances that are found. By improving posture, patients can experience reduced pain, increased mobility, and improved overall health.
Manual or diversified adjusting
Manual or diversified adjusting is a technique that involves the use of the hands to apply a specific force to misaligned vertebrae. This method is highly effective and is often used in conjunction with other techniques to provide the best possible results.
Cranial adjusting is another technique that Dr. Michael and Dr. David use. This method involves gentle adjustments to the bones of the skull to improve the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and improve overall nervous system function.
Finally, Chiropractic biophysics (CBP) and mirror image adjusting are techniques that are used to correct spinal misalignments. CBP involves analyzing the spine and developing a personalized treatment plan to address any issues found. Mirror image adjusting involves correcting misalignments in the spine by mirroring the patient's posture.
By using a variety of techniques, Dr. Michael and Dr. David are able to address a wide range of issues and provide their patients with customized treatment plans. Their attention to detail, use of x-rays, and personalized approach to chiropractic care has helped them achieve remarkable results in their practice.
Located in Loveland, Colorado off of 37th and Highway 287, next to Wells Fargo, their practice is the perfect choice for patients looking for chiropractic care that's tailored to their needs and designed to produce results.
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Gateway Family Chiropractic
3850 North Grant Avenue #100
Loveland, CO 80538
Phone (970) 669-7620
Fax (970) 292-6428