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Instrument Adjusting

There are many ways that chiropractors can adjust your spine. While all forms of chiropractic work, you may find that your body responds better to some techniques than others.

In our office, adjustments are made using one of the most advanced, gentle and specific techniques in the chiropractic field to date. Torque Release Technique (TRT) is one of the newest, most advanced techniques in the profession, and it is one of the most specific, scientific techniques in chiropractic today.

With TRT each adjustment is delivered with the spine in a perfectly relaxed neutral position with the perfect amount of force, not having to be stretched to a point of tension followed with a manual thrust. Torque Release Technique has been proven through research to help the body heal better and faster than ever before.


TRT works directly with the nervous system and is utilized to locate where the most significant neurological compromise is occurring along the spine. This nervous system compromise or interference is the root cause or source of aches, pains, and dysfunction in the body. With TRT, Dr. Niccie is able to locate and correct the primary areas in your spine safely and gently, with precision and efficiency, enhancing your body’s ability to produce results quickly.


The Integrator was the first FDA-approved Chiropractic adjusting instrument. It was created out of a research study that looked to produce the same precise adjustment each time with reliability between different examiners. The instrument fires at 1/10,000th of a second, making it one of the fastest adjusting instruments in the world.

While all Chiropractic performed properly is safe and effective, from this concept, we see that the Integrator is one of the safest adjusting options on the market. Practice members enjoy the specific adjustment without the traditional twisting, cracking and popping sound of manual adjustments. The Integrator allows Dr Niccie to deliver the required force, and no more, needed to correct the subluxation causing nervous system interference.