Back pain, neck pain, headaches, and more. All of these can be symptoms of a back injury or subluxation — misalignment — of the spine. Impacting your daily routine and quality of life, these symptoms are important to address. Chiropractic care from an expert local provider like Elevate Chiropractic in Fort Collins is an excellent choice for learning more about why you are experiencing the pain and symptoms you are and what can be done about it.
At Elevate Chiropractic, we help our patients with a myriad of pain and wellness issues using our Certified Advanced Proficiency in Torque Release Technique. Today, we will take a closer look at the history, practice, and effects of Torque Release Technique as part of a regimen of chiropractic care to treat neck pain, back pain, or other symptoms of spinal subluxations.
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What Is Torque Release Technique?
In short, Torque Release Technique is a form of spinal care treatment that focuses on the proper alignment of the spine to promote wellness and health.
All mammals have a complex series of nerve connections that allow the transmission of chemicals to the brain and body that promote a sense of well being as well as actual wellness in the form optimal blood flow, reduced inflammation, and other tangible health benefits.
According to the Brain Reward Cascade model — that complex series of chemical transmissions we just mentioned — the spine is at the center of the entire equation.
Torque Release Technique, by helping to accurately align the spine, addresses not only symptoms that you are experiencing, but it also works to improve your actual quality of life and health.
The techniques and tools used in Torque Release Technique provide highly specific treatment with less force than older, “by-hand” methods offered, and ultimately stimulate the spine to help reduce tension and promote self-alignment and correction.
Where Did Torque Release Technique From?
Torque release has an interesting history. Like other Chiropractic techniques, Torque Release Technique is the result of copious study, research, and experience. However, unlike most other chiropractic care practices and methods which stand alone and tend to stay in their own lane, Torque Release Technique combines the best and most effective practices and concepts from a wide variety of other chiropractic care techniques.
Torque Release Technique is actually built on the platforms of seven other highly distinguished and established chiropractic techniques, including:
- Thomson Terminal Point
- Van Rumpt, D.N.F.T
- DeJarnette, S.O.T.
- Logan Basic
- Palmer Upper Cervical
- And Network Chiropractic Spinal Analysis
By taking the most well-studied elements from these chiropractic methods which have driven documented treatment success, Torque Release Technique brings the very best of chiropractic care treatment to your pain, symptoms, and conditions.
What Are The Benefits Of Torque Release Technique?
Unlike many other major chiropractic care methods, Torque Release Technique is non-mechanistic and non-linear. By “tuning” your spine with minute, precise adjustments, Certified Advanced Proficiency Torque Release Technique practitioners like those the chiropractors at Elevate Chiropractic in Fort Collins can help to reduce or increase tension in your spine to promote the greatest sense of pain relief, healing, and nervous system communication that is foundational for healthy hormonal and chemical transmission.
Torque Release Technique treatments have been shown to reduce anxiety and depression while improving a large number of other wellness metrics.
Most impressively, the tools and techniques that are used during Torque Release Technique are so precise and gentle that they have completely changed the patient experience. Instead of a stretched spine with created tension, and forceful hand placement that creates pops, clicks, and cracks, Torque Release Technique tools offer micro-focused, gentle stimulation that accomplishes the same effect but can be used on a significantly wider range of patients.
Contact Our Chiropractic Office Today
If you’re ready to learn more about Torque Release Technique, our chiropractic care practice, or the other ways that we help people with back pain, neck pain, and general pain relief, then reach out to us. Call us during our weekly office hours or fill out our online contact form to get your questions answered or to schedule an appointment with one of our chiropractors.