CBP Technique

CBP® Technique emphasizes optimal posture and spinal alignment as the primary goals of chiropractic care while simultaneously documenting improvements in pain and functional based outcomes. The uniqueness of CBP® treatment is in structural rehabilitation of the spine and posture

CBP technique

CBP, or Chiropractic BioPhysics, is a specialized technique within the field of chiropractic care that focuses on the structural alignment of the spine and posture. It is a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to chiropractic care that goes beyond simply addressing pain or symptoms and aims to correct spinal misalignments and postural issues to improve a patient's overall health and well-being.

Key aspects of CBP include:

  1. Postural Analysis: CBP practitioners perform detailed postural assessments and x-rays to identify any abnormalities or misalignments in the spine. This analysis helps them understand the underlying structural issues contributing to a patient's condition.
  2. Spinal Adjustments: CBP techniques often involve specific chiropractic adjustments aimed at correcting misalignments and restoring proper spinal curvature. These adjustments are tailored to the individual patient's unique structural issues.
  3. Rehabilitation Exercises: CBP typically includes a regimen of rehabilitation exercises and stretches designed to strengthen the muscles supporting the spine and improve posture. These exercises are often prescribed to patients to be done at home.
  4. Traction and Spinal Decompression: Some CBP treatments may involve the use of specialized equipment, such as traction devices or spinal decompression tables, to gently stretch and realign the spine.
  5. Mirror Image Adjustments: In CBP, the goal is to restore the spine to its ideal, or "mirror image," posture. This means adjusting the spine to its optimal alignment, taking into account the individual's unique anatomical considerations.
  6. Long-Term Care: CBP often emphasizes the importance of ongoing care to maintain spinal health and correct postural issues over time. This may involve regular adjustments, exercises, and lifestyle modifications.

CBP chiropractors believe that by correcting spinal misalignments and optimizing posture, they can help alleviate a wide range of health issues beyond just back or neck pain. These may include headaches, fatigue, digestive problems, and other conditions that can be influenced by spinal health.

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