Chiropractic Instrument Adjusting
Impulse adjusting is a new technique developed to provide controlled treatments to the specific areas you’re having trouble with.
Dr Guy McCammon, Chiropractor predominantly uses the Impulse Adjusting Instrument to provide this treatment rather than the traditional manual methods.
Impulse Adjusting System
Just as lasers have replaced scalpels in some surgeries, advanced technology has become available to chiropractors to assist in delivering chiropractic adjustments. The Impulse Adjusting Instrument was specifically created to deliver gentle and precise chiropractic adjustments to the joints of the spine and extremities to relieve pain and restore function.
The Impulse Adjusting Instrument is controlled by micro-computer circuitry housed within the device that produces a controlled force that chiropractors can use to treat different areas of the body.
Impulse adjustments are high-tech. There is no popping or cracking with these adjustments, but rather very precise and targeted adjustments designed to specifically care for just the right areas.
Years of research have gone into the development of the Impulse Instrument to create gentle and specific chiropractic adjustments that are safe and effective for patients of all ages
Impulse is twice as fast as other adjusting instruments and one hundred times faster than manual chiropractic adjustments. The gentle thrust is faster than the body's tendency to tighten up and resist the adjustment.
Impulse has three different force settings for different parts of the body and to treat patients of all ages. The controlled low force thrust of Impulse makes treatment comfortable.
Frequency Tuned Waveform
Impulse is specifically tuned to the natural frequency of the body that joints, muscles and nerves respond to, optimising results for the patient.
What Does it feel Like?
Chiropractic adjustments with the Impulse Adjusting Instrument feel like a light tapping sensation on the area that is being treated. In most cases the treatment is painless and after the adjustment many patients feel relief of pain and improved mobility. Of course, results vary from case to case and chronic conditions, inflammation or muscle spasm may delay these positive effects.