Diversified Adjustment

Diversified Adjustment

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Diversified Technique (DT) at Sacramento Applied Kinesiology is considered the most recognized adjustment technique performed by Dr. Steven K. Barham, D.C.. Similar to many other Chiropractic and Osteopathic adjustment and manipulation techniques, Diversified Technique is recognized as a high-velocity, low amplitude thrusting motion. This thrust is delivered by hand by Dr. Steven K. Barham, D.C. and may require additional assistance from a block or table.

First, Dr. Steven K. Barham, D.C. will provide a consultation and examination of your spine in order to determine if Diversified Technique is the best treatment option for your individual situation. If it is, the adjustment is then performed in a quick and precise way to re-align your spine. When the DT adjustment is completed, it helps restore normal joint and neurological function in the specified area of your body.

Most Sacramento patients of Sacramento Applied Kinesiology prefer Dr. Steven K. Barham, D.C.’s Diversified Technique because it helps to restore proper movement, spinal alignment, and also assists in healing the painful symptoms of joint dysfunction and back pain.

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Similar to many other Chiropractic and Osteopathic adjustment and manipulation techniques, Diversified Technique is recognized as a high-velocity, low amplitude thrust.

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