Dr. Dana’s style of adjusting is formally and professionally known as “Diversified”. This is the primary style taught by all of the chiropractic colleges in the United States. This technique is required by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
My focus is chiropractic orthopedics, but I do prescribe natural medicines, herbal supplement remedies, and use traditional and combination homeopathics.
I am primarily a manual (hands-on) adjuster. I also utilize an Impulse (TM) adjusting instrument for chiropractic instrument adjusting, typically as a follow up to manual therapies. I also use an Activator impulse adjusting instrument to move very small joints, or to do subtle work with someone who is sensitive, arthritic or osteoporotic.
I also utilize other styles to round out my treatments, which allows me to tailor my adjustments to a patient’s needs and preference.
These styles include: