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Dellanno Family Chiropractic Techniques

Our technique package includes on advanced upper cervical technique known as The Coder Technique. This incorporates precision x-ray measurements of the spinal alignment. Anyone with cranial/cervical problems would benefit from this gentle yet precise method that incorporates the use of precision adjusting instruments as well as hand contacts. Other techniques utilized at our clinic are Gonstead, Pierce, traction as well as a non-surgical spinal decompression therapy table. This table is FDA approved for the treatment of herniated discs in the neck and lumbar areas of the spine.

The search for the right chiropractor can be long and tedious. Every chiropractor has his or her own technique for treating the spine. Most of these techniques utilize abrupt twisting manipulations that can cause discomfort to sensitive spines and, while still effective, may not be the technique for you.

Our Techniques

Think of an adjustment as

Think of an adjustment as “tuning” a piano, adjusting each string so it produces the perfect tone.

At Dellanno Family Chiropractic Center, we understand your concerns and have developed an adjusting technique that utilizes specific, low force, high-speed adjustments that are designed to passively re-align the spine and restore proper biomechanics that will alleviate pain and stiffness. Because or its gentle nature, our technique can be used on people of all ages, from young children to the elderly, and is effective on all spinal related conditions from the routine spinal subluxation to acute spinal conditions involving herniated discs or even advanced arthritic disorders.

The technique used at Dellanno Family Chiropractic allows for the use of low-force high-speed impulses that are applied to the spine at specific trajectories to allow for precise alignment of the vertebrae with little or no pain. These forces, when absorbed by our chiropractic adjustment tables, allow for bone movement without damaging the sensitive muscles, ligaments and tendons holding these bones together.

Why it Works

Over the past thirty years, our ability to look at the human body has taken a dramatic change for the better. The ever-evolving world of computers has merged with improving diagnostic equipment and the result is a better understanding of the human body and how it works. By using tools like the CT scan, MRI, and improved X-ray equipment, we can now see the way bones connect to each other and how muscles attach and supply movement with more clarity than ever before.

The new insight about the human body tells us what a normal spine looks like and how it functions. Since the high-speed impulses we apply to the spine are limited in force and are absorbed by our specially designed drop table, they can be used on people of all ages without fear of injury or discomfort.

In addition, the acute spinal disorders that most chiropractors have limited success with can now be treated successfully without fear of damaging the area further through the abrupt twisting manipulations that are still commonly used by many chiropractors today.

Even herniated discs that were once said to have permanent symptoms can now be stabilized and strengthened to prevent further damage by passive restoration of proper biomechanics. Even disorders like Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, or even patients with Osteoporosis can be successfully treated utilizing this technique.

Without specific realignment, many symptoms that you have experienced will go away only to come back in time. The key to successfully treating these problems is the restoration of normal biomechanics through the application of spinal bio-physics.

Do Spinal Adjustments Hurt?

In the past, some chiropractic adjustments did hurt. Our profession really didn’t have the knowledge about the spine back then that we do now and the technique’s used, although effective, could be painful to a sensitive spine. Some of those techniques developed 50 years ago are still commonly used today and that is why we have developed a technique that eliminates the twisting rotational moves that commonly caused discomfort or pain. The adjustments we use fell more like the stretching you would do before you go for a walk or even a massage.

Once I Go to a Chiropractor, Do I have to Go forever?

Initially you need to be seen often over a period of 3 to 6 months on average to adequately retrain the muscles, ligaments and tendons to hold a normal bio mechanical alignment. When you complete care we do recommend continued care periodically to maintain the alignment. The majority of problems come from poor postural habits at home, work, or even when you sleep and periodic adjustments help stop these habits from damaging your spine again.

In addition, chiropractic adjustments help the nervous system by eliminating subluxations that interfere with the communication between the brain and the rest of the body. By correcting a subluxation, we allow your body to work at its optimum peak by restoring the body’s ability to talk to itself and use its own resources to heal and maintain itself. A monthly chiropractic adjustment is as good for your body as going to the gym a few times a week. Chiropractic wellness care is a personal choice that can lead to a healthy lifestyle. However, this is an optional choice for you and your family.

If you’ve been to a chiropractor before and prefer to be adjusted in a particular way, let Dr. Ronald Dellanno know. Call our Bloomfield office to schedule your appointment. We want you to relax, enjoy and fully benefit from your chiropractic care.