SOT (Sacro-occipital Technique) - a method designed to normalize the relationship between the foundation of the spine and the top of the spine. The aim is to reduce or eliminate pain, but its primary goal is to normalize whole body function. It is a gentle technique used for a twisted pelvis, organ manipulation and cranial manipulation.
Activator - technique that uses a small, handheld, mallet instrument to adjust. The mallet has a soft rubber tip to deliver a light, circumscribed force; works most effectively for extremities such as carpal tunnel syndrome, epicondylitis in elbows and shoulder problems.
Arthrostim - utilizes vibration and range of motion to make structural changes.
Applied Kinesiology - is a system that evaluates structural, chemical, and mental aspects of health using manual muscle testing alongside conventional diagnostic methods.
Thompson - The Thompson Terminal Point technique is a chiropractic adjustment performed on a table in which cushions drop an inch or two when a thrust is applied to the spine. Subluxations are located by checking leg length.