Denver Chiropractor – Impulse Adjusting Treatment
Impulse Adjusting Treatment
The world of medicine is ever evolving. Just as new surgical techniques have been developed – with surgeons using lasers rather than scalpels – the world of chiropractic medicine is evolving as well. One such development that is advancing healthcare is the Impulse Adjusting Instrument. Patented and registered with the Food and Drug Administration, this instrument is a new way of providing controlled treatment to injured areas. The benefits include lasting relief through precise, gentle care.
While many traditional techniques of chiropractic medicine involve manual adjustments, the Impulse Adjusting Instrument allows chiropractors to offer precise gentle adjustments without popping, cracking, or rattling of bones and joints. This puts patients at ease and, because the Impulse Adjusting Instrument allows for more specificity, it results in better outcomes for acute and chronic injuries.
Dr. Visentin, a noted Denver Chiropractor serving the area for almost 30 years, has adopted the use of this instrument in his office. Always looking for ways to offer his patients the most effective results in chiropractic medicine, the Impulse Adjusting Instrument has become a primary tool in Dr. Visentin’s treatments for even the most difficult cases.
How Does the Impulse Adjustment Work?
The Impulse Adjusting Instrument was scientifically developed to work in a very precise manner. Its main benefit lies in its ability to deliver gentle, corrective impulses to dysfunctional areas, such as a spine that is out of alignment. Though the impulses feel gentle, they pack a powerful punch. This allows for both fast and efficient correction of patient’s problems. The Impulse Adjusting Instrument is not only designed to relieve pain, but it also restores the body’s balance so that healing can take place. Rather than masking the symptoms, this tool treats the underlying problem.
How Does it Feel?
Patients who experience the Impulse Adjusting Instrument will feel a light tapping sensation on their spine (or whatever area is being treated). Some patients may feel a sense of calm. Most patients do not experience discomfort during this process and once it is completed, many find that the affected area has improved mobility. Pain relief is often felt immediately after completion.
The Impulse Adjusting Instrument makes it easier for chiropractors to effectively care for their patients. If you would like to benefit from this specialized care, please call our office today (303) 394-2273.
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Dr. Visentin, D. C.
1411 Krameria Street
Denver, CO 80220