Why Chiropractic Biophysics Or Clinical Biomechanics Of Posture?
Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) is the most evidence based and researched method in the Chiropractic profession. It is based upon science and proven techniques that help to restore the spine back to better alignment and alleviate pain and discomfort from its source. There are over 200 peer reviewed research on CBP analysis, technique and patient outcomes.
Dr Paul Irvine (Doctor Of Chiropractic) was first introduced to CBP when he started in Chelmsford in 2003, having had no prior knowledge or experience of it. Once he developed his new skills and knowledge he found that patient results were more lasting and he could help with more difficult cases that traditional chiropractic hadn’t been successful in helping.
In chiropractic, there is no replacement for a skilled set of chiropractic hands to find and correct spinal misalignments and subluxation. However, CBP takes this care to a higher level in its understanding of spinal and postural mechanics and how to correct them.
Often patients will wonder why their symptoms return after having various forms of treatment over many years. The reason for this is, although the patient feels better nothing in their bodies underlying structure and function has changed. They have the same old posture and they sit and move the same way every day, so the damaged or weakened areas of the body have the same stresses being placed upon them and never fully heal.
In CBP care we are able to provide traditional chiropractic adjustments, but then also provide specific
- Mirror Image Posture Correction Exercises
- Mirror Image Posture Corrective Adjustments
- Corrective Spinal & Postural Traction for spinal remodelling
With CBP analysis of posture and x-rays we are able to precisely measure to see if a person does have posture and structural alignment within a normal range of a Ideal Postural model. When it is outside of normal limits and the patient is a candidate for CBP corrective care, a specific treatment plan can be designed. The plan is then routinely assessed and revised according to objective changes and the patient’s response.