Diversified Spinal and Extremity Adjustments

Diversified spinal and extremity adjustments are among the most widely used forms of adjustment in chiropractic care. This hands-on technique helps create motion in spinal joints with the goal of restoring structure and function. Extremity adjustments are adjustments to joints that are not contained in the spine. These would include jaw, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, finger, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Like the spine, these extremities develop joint dysfunction, where the joint develops reduced motion, abnormal muscle tone, inflammation, scar tissue or arthritic changes. Once restoration of motion has been returned to the extremity, there is often reduced pain, improved motion, relaxed muscles, reduced nerve interference and promotion of healing.

Effective Diversified Spinal and Extremity Adjustments: A Multifaceted Approach to Chiropractic Care

The Diversified Technique is used by chiropractors worldwide and is known for being highly effective. Chiropractors use this technique for its versatility and precision in treating the various spinal and extremity issues patients report.

Here’s what you need to know about the Diversified Spinal and Extremity Adjustments Treatment:


Chiropractors use this technique to manually apply pressure to your affected vertebral segment so they can restore proper movement. They use a range of chiropractic adjustments, each of them tailored to the specific vertebral issue that you have.

High-Velocity, Low-Amplitude Adjustments

Chiropractors at Royal Chiropractic and Dental Centers use these adjustments to deliver quick and short thrusts to the affected area and target restricted joints. Through their extensive experience, expertise, and your case history, they know the precise angle, depth, direction, and speed of these quick thrusts and produce effective results.

Safety and Comfort

Chiropractors and the wider medical community fully know that the Diversified Spinal and Extremity Adjustments technique is safe for you. Even so, our chiropractors will conduct a thorough analysis of the patient’s spine and general health and take your complete medical history, including X-rays if necessary, to make sure they can deliver the most effective and safe treatment.

Pain and Discomfort

Patients have described this technique to be generally painless and pleasant, but some have experienced mild soreness after the treatment, but it usually results in a quick sense of relief.

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