Chiropractic Biophysics, also known as CBP, is shaking things up in the chiropractic world. This innovative adjustment technique is showing up in chiropractic offices all over the country. Most chiropractors, and patients, prefer this technique to other conventional methods for many different reasons. Read on to learn how CBP is helping change the way you get adjusted.
What is the CBP technique?
CBP combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify the cause of a spinal or body issue. Your chiropractor can use this data to pinpoint the source of your pain and discomfort. The information is also used to create an individualized treatment plan suited for your unique situation.
How Will Your Chiropractor Use CBP?
The first step to CBP is examining your posture, spinal alignment, and function. The second step is a spinal x-ray. Chiropractors then use the data from the examination and x-ray results to create a structured treatment plan. Your treatment plan will include adjustments, exercises, and a spinal remodeling program to treat your pain symptoms and improve your overall health.
What makes CBP different from other chiropractic methods?
Other chiropractic care focuses just on pain relief. This type of care works temporarily but is problematic in the long run. CBP finds the source of the problem and then corrects it. Once your chiropractor can discover the source of your pain using CBP principles, the most effective treatment plan can be created. This plan will target the source of your pain instead of its location. Other adjustment methods treat your symptoms. With CBP, you’re getting effective treatment that works.
Come see us at Posture Doc if you’re ready to give CBP a try. Give us a call today!