NeuroStructural Correction vs. Conventional Chiropractic

What is the difference between NeuroStructural Chiropractic and conventional chiropractic?

Conventional Chiropractic

Conventional chiropractors in West Des Moines tend to focus on TEMPORARILY:

  1. Reducing pain
  2. Increasing range of motion
  3. Decreasing muscle tension

Many chiropractors in the area fall into this model of symptom management, providing you with a temporary patch.

NeuroStructural Chiropractic

Structural Chiropractors approach the spine much like an architect looks at a building. Think of your spine like you would the foundation of a house. When there’s weakness in the foundation, it can change the structure of the entire house. Your could expect the floors to buckle, windows to creak, and the walls to crack. You can patch the damage, but sooner or later, you’ll have to FIX the Foundation. Otherwise the problems will have to be…?

Strong Spine Structure

Repaired again…and again.

We Don’t Guess, We Objectively Measure

Rather than repairing damage time and time again, we don’t guess with your health. The doctors don’t simply touch or feel your back to determine how to care for you. We use the following objective tests as a blueprint.

Precision Digital Radiographs
Multi-axial Structural Analysis
Digital Photographic Structural Evaluation
Neuro-Infrared Assessment

Measuring the structure of your spine and evaluating your nervous system allows us to deliver a specific correction. Over time, this will help your body get back to Normal Structure; a place where your body functions and performs at its best.

Of course, we know our services aren’t for everyone. However, if you’re tired of patching your health issue and are looking for a long-term solution you can see AND feel, Keystone Chiropractic may be the place for you.

While Drs. Megan and Adam work with you to repair your foundation, they’ll show you how to keep it that way. During care, you’ll be given personalized recommendations designed to maintain proper structure.

Normal Spine Structure