The doctors at Mahan Family Chiropractic utilize Torque Release Technique, which has been proven through research to be one of the most specific, scientific chiropractic techniques in the world. Torque Release Technique is the first Chiropractic technique of the new millennium and provides members of all ages with some of the most gentle and reproducible chiropractic adjustments available. Dr. Devan and Dr. Michele utilize this technique to find the root cause of health issues and because of that, get to see life changing results on a daily basis.
Torque Release Technique has been designed as part of scientific research into the health benefits of chiropractic. It is, in fact, a collaboration of the top seven systems of chiropractic assessment and care. Peer reviewed studies in well-respected psychiatry journals showed astounding results in reducing anxiety and depression levels, as well as improved measurements of well-being when Torque Release Technique Chiropractic Adjustments were received. Torque Release Technique was not created for a specific condition, but rather out of random controlled trials for the purpose of elevating the subject’s state of well-being and true health potential.
Torque Release Technique involves using The Integrator, a torque and recoil release adjusting instrument which automatically discharges when a predetermined contact pressure is reached. Through the specific analysis, Dr. Michele and Dr. Devan can identify where there is any nerve interference down to the exact vertebral level. They then administer very gentle, specific chiropractic adjustments to realign the spine and remove the interference. This specificity leads to better results and longer lasting effects.
“Torque Release Technique is based upon what (the founders of chiropractic) Drs. D.D. and B.J. Palmer intended – that we have innate and genetic potential and that the subluxation interferes with this expression. TRT is a tonal technique based on constant never ending improvement.”
Matthew McCoy, D.C.
Board Member of Sherman College of Chiropractic, Chief Editor of Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, Owner of ChiroFutures Malpractice;
VP of Council of Chiropractic Practice