Chiropractic BioPhysics is a highly-advanced, scientific, and proven chiropractic technique which corrects and restores your spine back to it's natural alignment.
Chiropractic BioPhysics combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify the causes of your pain, discomfort, loss of mobility, and altered health. That means your diagnosis – and treatment – will be based on sound scientific and chiropractic principles.
How can a CBP doctor help me?
CBP chiropractors start with a scientifically-based examination of your posture, spinal alignment, and function – often involving x-rays as a way to pinpoint the root cause of your spinal misalignment. Once the source is identified, we will create a carefully-planned series of adjustments, exercises, and a spinal remodeling programs to put you on a pain-free road to better health.
How is CBP Different from other Chiropractic Techniques?
Unlike regular chiropractic that mainly focus on immediate pain relief, Chiropractic BioPhysics goes one step further to also correct the source of the problem. That’s why most patients not only report relief from pain and discomfort, but as their posture begins to align, they notice other conditions clearing up as well. Correct posture is at the core of the Chiropractic Bio-Physics methods of treatment. The curves in your spine act as levers, shock absorbers, and resistance to gravity; they also protect and reduce forces acting on the spinal cord and nerve tissues. But, gravity, age, poor posture, improper physical activity, injury and disease can all play a role in the misalignment of your spinal curves and, as a result, your entire body.
CBP can help restore that balance
Following a scientific analysis of your posture and the curvatures of your spine, a treatment plan is developed, based on your deficits, to restore proper alignment, posture, curves and to improve function within the body. Your treatment plan may include a variety of tested and proven CBP techniques including adjustments, exercises and traction or what is termed "spinal remodeling."