Full Spine / Diversified
Refers to cervical, thoracic, and low back adjusting techniques, as opposed to specializing in just the neck for example. It refers to non-specific adjustment of the entire spine. Gonstead detailed analysis of spinal X-rays is used to determine correct adjustments to be administered.

System of correcting pelvic and sacral "subluxations" to correct secondary subluxations elsewhere in the spine. The alleged problem areas are located by motion palpation and skin-temperature instrument measurement and "confirmed" with full-spine x-ray examination.

Flexion Distraction
Useful method of stretching the spine in a facedown position on a table that allows manually applied flexion and traction to be applied to specific spinal segments.

A low-force, gentle approach to chiropractic care. It is used to restore proper balance.