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Does activator really work?

Does activator really work?

The treatment can result in much more stable joints over time. This is because of the speed of the activator adjustment instrument treats the joints without causing your muscles to tense. This will retrain the joints and ligaments and cause them to be stronger and stable.

How do Chiropractors relax you?

A favorite while lying on one’s back in a quiet place is to concentrate on relaxing the muscles starting with the toes and foot and progressively moving up the body while telling the legs, pelvis, chest, arms, shoulders, and neck to relax. Try it.

Does the Activator Method hurt?

When performed by a qualified medical professional on an appropriately selected patient, the Activator Method is relatively safe. Some people may experience an increase in discomfort or stiffness after the initial treatment.

Does the chiropractic method called ‘activator’ really work?

Yes, in my clinical experience, Activator Methods chiropractic care often improves migraine and cervicogenic headache. The best part is that because of the gentle and precise nature of instrument-assisted spinal manipulation, Activator may help (when used by a trained chiropractic professional) but will not make your migraine headache(s) any worse.

What is the chiropractic Activator technique?

The Activator Method Chiropractic Technique® is a diagnostic and treatment system used by some chiropractors to treat many types of back pain, neck pain, and headaches (both chronic and migraine).

How does a chiropractic activator work?

The chiropractor places the tip of the chiropractic activator against the area of the back to be manipulated. He then adjusts the angle of the intended pressure. The chiropractor applies pressure to the activator by squeezing his hand together.

What happens when a chiropractor adjusts you?

When joint tissues are stretched during a chiropractic adjustment, the pockets of air “pop,” which creates that cracking sound you hear. After this treatment, you may feel more movement in your back. However, the muscles may still be sore and tight.