Updated: Mar 9
What is the Difference Between Traditional Chiropractic vs. Upper Cervical Chiropractic?
Before we dive into answering this particular question, we must understand that certain professions may practice or focus on specific areas in their vocations.
For example, many orthopedic surgeons specialize in specific parts of the body such as the hand, knee, spine, or shoulder. Attorneys have the option to focus exclusively in different types of law firms including malpractice, personal injury, criminal, or estate planning. Insurance agents may focus on policies pertaining only to auto, life, health, or long-term disability.
That being said...the chiropractic profession is no different.
Licensed chiropractors in their selective state have the option to practice any technique they so choose. Each chiropractic technique has their own style of analysis, protocols, and adjustments.
"Did you know there are over a hundred different chiropractic techniques worldwide..."
Let's take a closer look at the most common chiropractic techniques in the profession today.