Chiropractic Techniques in Santa Clarita?

Chiropractic Valencia CA Shoulder Pain

We use a variety of extremely effective adjusting techniques at Ekengren Chiropractic in Santa Clarita to assist restore spinal biomechanics and eliminate nervous system interference. Our strategy is founded on our clinical expertise and years of experience.

Chiropractic Techniques in Santa Clarita

In Santa Clarita, we use a variety of chiropractic techniques.

The following are the main adjustment approaches we employ:

Diversified Technique

A particular manual push is performed to loosen up “stuck” spinal joints after determining which vertebrae have lost their natural mobility or position.


The ArthroStimTM adjustment device is used.

Instead of the usual hand push, this portable device delivers the exact amount of energy required for optimal correction. Our patients enjoy the fact that we don't have to twist, spin, or "crack" their joints.

Pleasant Tapping

The ArthroStimTM provides a succession of "taps" rather than a single push. 12 taps every second, to be exact. (The low beta somatomotor rhythm is another name for it.) We escape the all-too-common reflex of tensing up to “guard” the region being changed since this is so rapid. (Another explanation for the excellent outcomes.)

Variety of Positions

Some issues, such as automobile accident injuries, tend to cure better whether the adjustment is administered while seated or standing. The ArthroStimTM, of course, allows for this kind of versatility.

It's particularly beneficial when dealing with extremity joints, such as TMJ issues, shoulders, knees, and other regions where accuracy is required.

Patient Benefits

We picked this method because of the excellent outcomes it achieves and the chorus of ecstatic patients who shout its praises:

  • Rapid and frequently spectacular effects
  • Comfortable and noninvasive
  • Low force and great precision
  • Ideal for elderly and newborns
  • Well-liked by arthritis sufferers

As their spine structure improves and their vertebral subluxation patterns change, most patients describe a sensation of comfort, relaxation, and well-being.


The Sacro Occipital Technique aims to rectify the connection between the pelvis and the head by allowing gravity to do the work. SOT (Sacro Occipital Method) is a chiropractic technique that aims to correct the connection between the pelvis and the head.

The Foundation

The pelvis is where the spine's integrity and the function of the neural system it protects begin. The gravitational force on this foundation is constant. When your body's stability is compromised, it has repercussions throughout your entire body.

The Cranium

The bones of your skull and the strain on your spinal cord impact the proper regulation of every cell and tissue in your body. Consider your spinal cord as a harp string. Is it both adaptable and healthy? Or are you stretched and drawn taut.

Blocking The Spine

To assist straighten your spine and appropriately "tune" your nerve system, we utilize wedge-shaped devices known as "blocks." We utilize the weight of your body to make natural adjustments by knowing exactly where to place these blocks.

Activator Methods®

This is a spinal assessment device that includes a portable adjustment tool that provides a constant, low-force push.

We utilize one of the most popular “low force” chiropractic treatments in the world, Activator Methods®.

The Activator Methods® Adjusting Instrument is a spring-loaded handheld instrument that provides a constant low-force, high-speed push.

Because it is several times faster than manual adjustments, the body seldom tightens to resist, resulting in changes that are both pleasant and effective. It may also be used to modify elbows, wrists, knees, and other body joints.


This method was named for its creator, Dr. Clarence Gonstead, who had a background in engineering. His "foundation concept" describes how a pattern of vertebral subluxation in one region of the spine might cause compensatory alterations in another.

We'll have you lie on your side to realign your lower spine and pelvis. As you adopt a comfortable kneeling position, vertebral subluxations in the middle back are rectified. We can restore the integrity of your spine while you are seated without twisting or moving your neck.

You may hear a tiny "popping" sound that we refer to as cavitation. You won't always succeed. Better health is on the way in any case!


The Thompson Terminal Point method is a system of analysis and a unique table that helps you modify your spine with less energy.

Dr. J. Clay Thompson's Thompson Technique has grown into a technique of examination and adjustment for the entire spine. Precision adjustments and excellent levels of patient comfort are the result of this combination.

Cox Flexion-Distraction

We use a special table to traction your spine, which opens up the space between your vertebrae and relieves pressure on your spinal nerves.

This is a gentle, non-force method of adjustment. Our unique table is the first thing that most patients notice. The table's motions assist to traction the spine, which helps to open up compressed spinal discs and relieve pressure on the spine's facet joints.


Every one of us is always at odds with gravity! The soft disc material that separates each spinal bone is a common casualty. The strain on a compromised disc might be increased by our weight, stress from an accident, and other factors. The soft pulpy core of the disc might escape in severe instances. That may be really uncomfortable.

We employ cutting-edge technologies to alleviate the symptoms of back discomfort caused by herniated or degenerative discs. Discs can take a long time to repair since they are continuously under weight-bearing pressure. We alleviate strain and promote healing by gently “stretching” your spine. Disc decompression is the term for this.

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Ekengren Chiropractic

28212 Kelly Johnson Pkwy Suite 120
Valencia, CA 91355

(661) 254-9400