Myofascial release technique (MRT) is a soft tissue technique in which sustained pressure and varying strokes are applied to connective tissue to facilitate the release of muscular tension.Read More
Cranial Technique uses subtle cranial palpations and sensing of pulsations to determine and assess bodily imbalances. Similar to Sacro-Occipital Technique, this assessment relies on an indicator-based system that changes following therapeutic applications.Read More
Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) is a system of adjusting patterns that use indicators, the most significant pattern being the relationship between the sacrum and occiput. Each adjustment has a sign or signal that is used to know when and where to adjust.Read More
Utilizing a Segmental Drop Table - this technique is designed to enhance the motion and force into the area to be adjusted.Read More
An instrument-driven technique, the Activator is an instrument designed to restore spinal health and body mechanics by detecting spinal joint dysfunction, analyzing leg length inequality, detecting body mechanics issues and testing neurological reflexes.Read More
Manual Diversified Technique
Leah locates the 'subluxation' (misplaced bones) in the spine and the body, then manually applies a quick thrust into the bone to realign it - in turn releasing pressure on the nerves and body structure affected.