At White Feather Chiropractic we believe in your ability to heal and adapt to adverse conditions, but it takes a multifaceted approach to give your body the support and tools it needs to accomplish these feats. Here are the services we offer to better help you achieve and maintain your health and wellness goals.
D.N.F.T.®️ is the original low force chiropractic technique. Developed by Dr. Richard Van Rumpt during the 1920s, D.N.F.T.®️ has been continually researched and refined ever since and is now under the direction of Dr. Christopher John, Dr. Van Rumpt’s chosen successor. D.N.F.T.®️ is a comprehensive chiropractic technique that specifically analyzes and corrects:
- Cranial bones
- Organ reflex points
- Meninges (the cover of the brain and spinal cord)
- Bones (of the spine, pelvis, and extremities)
- Meniscus Cartilage (such as in the knee)
- And fascia coverings– ALL WITH NO “POPPING” OF THE JOINTS
D.N.F.T.®️ Chiropractic uses the D.N.F.T.® Reactive Leg Reflex™ test to identify which structures are involved and in what direction the problem exists in. This is very similar to the way a computer programmer uses keyboard commands to access information about errors on the computer. Instead of key commands and computer monitors we use a challenges and leg length analyses, A challenge is a small directional push or pull of the tissue being tested that will elicit a neurological shortening reflex of the reactive leg. The reflex only occurs if there is an error in that specific tissue in that specific direction. Once corrected using the D.N.F.T.®️ chiropractic adjustment, the reflex will no longer be present when the same tissue is challenged in the same direction that had previously elicited the leg shortening reflex.
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Occasionally scar tissue and fascia adhesions will create issues that need corrected before the problem can be addressed by chiropractic adjustment. We utilize a variety of soft tissue mobilization techniques when the problem warrants them in order to get the patient to the point that their body is able to more readily accept the adjustment. The methods we use for soft tissue mobilization include:
- Cạo Gió (Vietnamese instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization)
- Passive manual techniques (by hand without the patient actively engaged)
- Active manual techniques (by hand with patient actively engaged)
Nutrition is one of the most important components of your health which can affect your body’s ability to heal and function. Not only can proper nutrition help with weight loss and athletic performance, it is a vital part of reducing inflammation in the body and help improve many functions of the body. Dr. Chance Moore has a Bachelors of Science in Dietetics and Human Nutrition from the University of Arkansas enabling him to educate you on ways to eat healthier as well as recommend supplementation that may help you achieve your health goals sooner and maintain them without breaking the bank. Each person’s nutritional needs are individual so each plan will be tailored to you, the individual.
Therapeutic exercises can help in rehabilitation of an injured area that has been weakened or lost range of motion. Therapeutic exercises may also be used to strengthen neurological pathways and reduce symptoms such as vertigo. Other uses for Therapeutic exercises are for prevention of injuries that may occur during work activities, athletic training, or activities of daily living.