The main objective of chiropractic treatment is to maintain and enhance the nervous system's health and performance. Our bodies constantly try to adjust to stress. Our capacity to heal declines when we physically are unable to adjust. This connection can be seen in the spine, frequently as vertebral subluxation, or vertebral misalignments.
Torque Release is an adjustment technique based on the chiropractor's hands performing traditional gentle touches. TRT is often referred to as a tonal technique because it works to normalize the tone of the nervous system. When the tone is too high, it can manifest as internal organ dysfunction, musculoskeletal stress, and a weakened immune system response, for example. When the tone is too low, the nervous system may not send the body enough messages to perform certain functions. When these functions slow down or stop completely, muscles weaken and struggle to support the skeleton, resulting in a slew of discomforts and pains.
TRT can correct issues caused by an unbalanced neurological tone by regulating nerve, brain, and spinal cord function. The technique focuses on using an adjusting instrument to correct subluxations where the dura mater, or the outermost surrounding membrane of the spinal cord and brain, attaches to the spinal sections. These attachments can be found in the upper neck, lower spine, and tailbone.
Torque release's minimal-force adjusting method allows the nervous system to communicate and function more effectively throughout the spinal cord and brain. Following an adjustment, a patient's body will most likely realign and correct other subluxations on its own. The technique allows the body to self-correct and heal, resulting in long-term health and relief.
The nervous system is reintegrated and the body's performance capabilities are greatly improved by reducing blockages and tension throughout the entire spinal system.
Torque release is a technique that is appropriate for children of all ages, from infants to teenagers. The technique is gentle but extremely effective.