Generally, this technique employs gentle pressure or a shallow thrust to restore optimal motion. An adjustment is sometimes accompanied by a pop noise, which results from the joint’s release of nitrogen gas.
Since the agencies initial findings, more research has been conducted on neck pain, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome and and physical rehabilitation. Each of the study’s findings supports the role of chiropractic care and its manipulative procedures.
That is what a skilled Motion Palpation Doctor does when examining a patient. The Motion Palpation Institute, has a dynamic and gentle way for assessing the spine or other joints (ankle, foot, knee etc.). This often includes examining patients’ movements as they walk, squat, run or throw and then feeling the specific joint’s movement by hand.
Once a restricted joint is identified, this technique offers effective and biomechanically correct ways to mobilize the fixated joints, restoring proper function to these areas.