River City Chiropractic Center Services In East Peoria
We provide the latest in Chiropractic Manual Treatments. The chiropractic techniques used today are backed by more research than ever before. These techniques are safer, more comfortable, and more effective than ever before. The techniques used below are perfect for any neck, back, or hip pain. We can also treat headaches, sports injuries, or stiffness.
Dr. Davis has made it a priority to bring the most effective chiropractic treatment to his patients. He recognizes that every patient is unique. As a result, Dr. Davis utilizes several techniques combined with his experience to customize each treatment to the individual patient.
What We Treat
Low Back Pain
Mid Back Pain
Extremities (arms, legs, wrist, hands, knees)
- Diversified: Diversified is a technique that uses manual adjustments to the spine. This is the most common type of chiropractic adjustment. This is known as the Diversified Technique since it incorporates the greatest elements of various manipulation techniques.
- Gonstead: A Gonstead chiropractor studies the entire person to find the origin of a patient's pain or suffering by looking for spinal misalignment, nerve malfunction, foundation imbalance, and motion anomalies.
- Logan Basic: The Logan Basic Chiropractic Technique employs the principles of chiropractic to relax tense muscles that regulate the spinal balance and proper posture.
- Activator: The Activator is a small, hand-held device that is used to deliver a gentle chiropractic adjustment. This is a popular method for those who are seeking a gentle adjustment.
- SOT (Sacro-Occipital-Technique): The SOT technique employs precise, light adjustments to encourage proper nerve function. This method employs bespoke wedge-shaped blocks that allow your body to maintain full balance while the change is made.
- Graston soft tissue: Graston is a technique that uses special instruments to release scar tissue and adhesions in the muscles and connective tissues. This helps patients to experience faster recoveries and an improved range of motion.