What is Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) and How Is It Different

Chiropractic BioPhysics, also known as CBP, is the world’s leading chiropractic technique and is used by elite chiropractors. Here’s a breakdown of this amazing chiropractic approach and how it could help you.

 

What is CBP?

CBP combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify the cause of pain, discomfort, mobility loss, and other health ailments. Your chiropractor uses this scientific data and principles to not only diagnose you, but also to come up with an individualized treatment plan best suited for your unique situation.

 

How Will My Chiropractor Use CBP?

Your chiropractor will give you an examination based on your posture, spinal alignment, and function. Using the findings, a structured treatment plan will be created for you. Your chiropractor may use x-rays in your initial exam. Your treatment plan will include adjustments, exercises and a spinal remodeling program to treat your pain symptoms and improve your overall health.

 

What Kind of Equipment is Used in CBP Adjustments?

When your chiropractor uses adjustments as part of your CBP treatment plan, they will be using a drop table. A drop table is a padded table designed specifically for chiropractic adjustments that gently drops strategically as your chiropractor applies pressure to your spine, causing your body to gently drop as well. A drop table allows your chiropractor to give precise adjustments using gentle techniques.

 

What makes CBP different?

Most chiropractic care focuses on pain relief only. CBP effectively finds the source of the problem to accurately target the correct area of the spine. Think of pain as the clues and CBP as the detective solving the mystery. Once the mystery has been solved, and the source of your pain is found, your chiropractor can create an effective treatment plan that goes directly to the source, instead of just treating the symptoms.

 

Here at Posture Doc, we want to improve your overall health, not just treat your pain. That’s why CBP is such an integral part of our practice and our treatment plans. For more information on CBP, come see us today.