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The Activator Method

The Activator Method is one of the most widely-researched chiropractic techniques and the only instrument adjusting technique with clinical trials to support its efficacy. Activator Methods has published hundreds of clinical and scientific peer-reviewed papers, worked with major academic research institutions, and received grants from recognized entities like the National Institutes of Health. This chiropractic adjusting instrument is the only one backed by clinical trials.

The Activator Method was co-founded in 1967 by Dr. Arlan Fuhr. This technique is fit for patients birth to 100+ years old. It is a very safe treatment specifically locating and correcting the chiropractic subluxation and removing the interference of the body with a gentle yet effective approach. Along with any chiropractic technique, it helps patients with any type of pain, but also is important in maintaining health.

What is chiropractic and why?

Chiropractic is the science of correcting vertebral subluxations (misalignments) through gentle, specific adjustments. Spinal adjustments can help improve mind/body communications.

Does it hurt getting adjusted?

No. Adjustments cause no pain and relieve much stress and tension.

Is chiropractic care safe?

Yes. Statistics and studies prove chiropractic care to be among the safest medical practices for all ages.

Once I see the chiropractor, do I have to go for the rest of my life?

No. We do recommend that all patients consider wellness care however, as this is the only way that you can remain subluxation free for life. It’s like changing the oil in your car if you don’t maintain it it will break down.

With 15 years experience as a sports chiropractic physician Dr. Loth uses multiple techniques and treatments. His specialties include sports chiropractic and injury treatment, spine and extremity evaluation and adjustments and rehabilitation therapy. He uses an extremely thorough evaluation using motion palpation (feeling the movement) to determine which specific joints don’t function normal and specifically adjust those joints to provide better mobility and optimal function within the spine and extremities.

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