What is the difference between the Activator Methods and Manual adjusting?
main difference between the Activator Methods and Manual adjusting is
that the Activator uses an instrument to adjust people. The instrument
adjust in 1/300th of a sec which is too fast for your muscles to react
and because of this speed you do not need to be twisted on and you do
not hear the crack or pop.
Why are you looking at my feet?
When you have nerve
interference, such as a joint restriction, the nerve does not function
properly and you don't get the proper signal back to the Central Nervous
System. When this happens this causes one of your legs to become
shorter than the other.
What will the first visit consists of?
The moment that you
arrive you will fill out paper work explaining your past medical
history and your present complaint. Once Dr. Barker sees you, he will
take a brief history on your present complaint. He will then do an exam
to gain more information about the problem at hand. Once he figures
out what is giving you pain, he will explain to you what he thinks is
the problem and how chiropractic care can help. If he feels
chiropractic care will help, he will adjust you and use a therapy if it
is necessary. After the treatment, he will put you on a plan to get you
back to good health as soon as possible.
How often do I have to see a chiropractic?
That is a great
question, and the quick answer is that it all depends on the person.
Some people need to be treated every 3-6 weeks for their regular
adjustments. If you have an injury you might need to be treated a
couple times a week until symptoms subside.