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Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy


This therapy is used to increase the Active and Passive Range of Motion of the Thoracic Spine and the motion segments of the facet joints along with the costovertebral joints, where the ribs and spine meet.


This therapy will sometimes produce a “pop” noise as heard in the last portion of the video and while there is no technical therapeutic effect of this sound, it is most commonly associated with adjusting or manipulation as a gapping of the joint capsule causing a rapid collapse of the synovial fluid inside and is a very common, safe and relatively pain free therapy (mild soreness after).


If you or someone you know needs help on their road to recovery, give us a call at (331)-215-4919 or message us here for appointment availability!

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