Activator Chiropractic

 “Even though my friend is in pain, she won’t make an appointment because she is afraid of having her neck or back twisted.”

We can’t count the number of times we’ve heard patients make that comment about regular chiropractic adjustments.

The advanced science and technology used in the Activator Technique provides you with greater safety, comfort, and peace of mind. Pain relief has never been safer or more pleasant.

The Activator

The Activator Method is one of the most widely-researched chiropractic techniques and the only instrument adjusting technique with 23 clinical trials to support its efficacy. Activator Methods has published hundreds of clinical and scientific peer-reviewed papers, worked with major academic research institutions, and received grants from recognized entities like the National Institutes of Health.

The instrument that Dr. Mosenthal uses, The ACTIVATOR V, is the first FDA registered and approved cordless electronic chiropractic adjustment instrument available today. It produces an electronic thrust of pressure at the touch of a button; with four thrust settings which generate a force wave to penetrate deep into the body with no discomfort.

The Activator is an incredibly safe technique for all ages.  No one has to worry about injury or pain caused by the doctor using too much or too little adjusting force. The Activator produces the exact amount of speed and force required each and every time.

Activator Adjustments

Adjustments are performed on a comfortable adjusting table that automatically lowers and returns you to an upright position.

Certification

Chiropractors who complete specialized training and testing requirements for the Activator Technique are certified as Proficiency or Advanced Proficiency Rated. Dr. Todd Mosenthal is the area’s only certified Advanced Rated Activator chiropractor. Certification is your proof of competency in the use of this advanced chiropractic technique–insist on it.

Take the first step towards getting rid of your pain. Call to schedule an appointment.

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