The term Entrainment refers to a gentle contact on the spine. The objective of the chiropractic entrainment is to restore the bodies ability to regulate itself which results in an increased spinal range of motion, reduced nerve irritability and an overall improved level of functioning.

The term adjustment refers to the specific manipulation chiropractors apply to vertebrae that have abnormal movement patterns or fail to function normally.

Spinal Subluxation:
When a traumatic event has created an emotional charge that the body cannot deal with at the present time. This charge is then sent somewhere in the body, usually the spine, to be experienced later at a safer time.

Respiratory Wave:
This wave consists of a spontaneous deep breathing that releases tension and relaxes the body.

Somatopsychic Wave:
This wave generates rolling movements up and down the spine.

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