Chiropractic Services in Wheat Ridge
Doctorate of Chiropractic
Chiropractic is a gentle, noninvasive and very effective technique that has been in use for centuries, but has been refined in the USA since 1895. It’s primary premise is to look at the alignment of the bones of the body and therefore is the most effective musculoskeletal rehabilitation available, but is also looks at how all the body systems work together as a whole and can therefore treat a whole range of physical ailments.
Most people feel that chiropractic is high force “cracking” adjustments, but in our office we use a variety of very gentle techniques. Every patient I have has said that “Dr. Hartley is most gentle adjustment I have ever experienced”. Even those that are “scared” of chiropractic will love the sessions in our office.
Quantum Neurology™ Rehabilitation
Quantum Neurology ™ was developed specifically to heal the nervous system and spinal chord injuries (it’s founder, Dr. George Gonzalez, DC, QNCP developed it to heal his wife’s otherwise untreatable spinal chord injury). In it’s development it was discovered that the technique that can be used to “turn on” (re-establish full integrity of function to) to affected nerves to muscles and could also “turn on” affected nerves to any other area of the body. This makes the possibilities for healing and recovery in this technique as expansive as the entire body. I am amazed everyday by the results we get int he office, especially in health concerns where other techniques have failed. It has brought our success rate into the 98% percentile and I am sure it can help you, too.
Quantum Neurology uses the patients’ own nervous system to guide their rehabilitation. The doctor uses neurological indicators and muscle strength to determine nerve weakness or dysfunction. They then will combine cold laser therapy and tendon or organ reflexes to “activate” the nerve and bring it back into full function. This can help with brain dysfunction, muscle weakness, muscle incoordination, sensory issues, organ or glandular dis-regulation.
In a nut shell… if the nerve to the area is poorly working poor health is the result… when the nerve to the area is working health recovery is the result.
It has been discovered that when you have an old emotional stress, it can stored as a memory both in the mind and in the body and create a dysfunction in emotional or physical health thereafter. NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) has the ability to localize the old trauma (emotions), where they are stored in the body and release them to allow the patient to become more neutral to an old/traumatizing event. This allows the patient to move forward in life with healthier patterns and heal things that are being blocked by old stressors.
NET Practitioners are nearly unlimited in their ability to address the physical and behavioral stress-related conditions of their patients. These conditions include headaches, body pains, phobias, general anxiety, self-sabotaging behaviors, organ dysfunctions and so much more. It’s important to note that NET does not cure or heal the patient, but rather, NET removes blocks to the natural vitalism of the body, “allowing” the body to repair itself naturally.
Network Spinal Analysis
When you have physical, chemical or emotional stress and trauma in your life your nervous system reacts by developing tension patterns that can cause anything from pain and discomfort to deeper emotional or physiological problems.
Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) is a form of treatment which releases and removes deeply ingrained tension patterns (from the nervous system, myofascia and meninges) to bring the body to a greater state of original ease and flexibility. It does this through a very gentle system of specific light touches along the spine (done with the practitioners hand). As the body releases these tension patterns it begins the process of relaxing and realigning itself, which facilitates the rest of your care.
There is no-one alive that does not have or hold stress or tension and therefore every man, woman and child can benefit from Network Spinal Analysis.