DC Shows Appreciation To The New York Guard

PEEKSKILL, N.Y. - Alan Creed, DC, provided a free seminar for members of the Chiropractic Services Unit (CSU) of the 244th Medical Clinic of the New York Guard (NYG) on March 30, 2004, as a show of appreciation for their assistance after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. CSU chiropractors were on hand shortly after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, to provide hundreds of treatments to individuals helping rescue and recover victims. On one of their more productive days, the NYG provided more than 200 adjustments. Dr. Creed, a U.S. Army veteran and past veterans post commander, was inspired by those efforts, and wanted to help. Dr. Creed's seminar was held at Camp Smith, training base for the NYG. During the event, he demonstrated his technique of instrument adjusting and protocols for evaluation, treatment and assessment of soldiers' health issues from the perspective of the chiropractor, patient and technique. CSU attendees received continuing education credits from Texas

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YES, There Really Are 10 MORE Techniques! - 4th Annual Edition

Creed Neural Kinetic Integration Technique

The Creed Neural Kinetic Integration Technique embodies a positional relationship approach that re-orbits the musculo-skeletal structure, establishing a foundational platform for re-alignment of the head over shoulders, shoulders over hips, and hips over ankles to support the patient's natural stance. These structural changes re-orient the facet plane angles, reduce the gravitational pulls on muscles and associated nerves, allowing for increased ranges of motion. These changes create truer proprioceptive feedback functions to motor muscle response systems, vertebral joint motion, reflexes, and the reduction of sensory nerve stimuli that cause pain. The outcome is a comprehensive reprogramming of the body's

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A Chiropractors Tool Kit

I believe the modern chiropractor should have a variety of helpful instruments and equipment for the benefit of his patients and him/herself. An essential core would consist of ArthroStim Adjusting Instrument, VibraCussor Instrument, Non-contact Infrared DT-25 scanner, Inclinometer, SOT blocks, elevation all electric drop table with elevation headpiece, Tupper-wedge, micro-currents, flexion/distraction table, and inter-segmental traction table.
The ArthroStim, an electrical, mechanical unit, allows the doctor to deliver a precision adjustment with a very light to a very strong force, using various attachments, be it a single stylus, or bifurcated head, in order to be specific in making full contact with the vertebra. The instrument

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A Close Look At The Adjustment, 10 Greatest Techniques, Part 2

What Is a Technique?
A technique is an operating system with established protocols for evaluation, treatment, and assessment of a patient's infirmities. Over the years, my approach for practicing the art, science and philosophy of chiropractic has been the creation of a ?Chiropractic Bridge of Techniques, Styles and Technologies?. I adjust with my hands, instruments and equipment, both manual and electric, in order to achieve mechanical advantages that comfortably correct aberrant issues, with extraordinary outcomes for the patient.

Why Does a Patient Seek Care?
A person seeks care for one of two reasons: some part of the body isn't functioning at a level they perceive to be ?normal?; or, for the most part, because they are in pain and discomfort. In assessing a technique, there are three points of view to consider.

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Creed Neural Kinetic Integration Technique™ — Interview with Dr. Alan Creed



I first became acquainted with Dr. Creed in 2003.  I had recently returned to practice after 4 years on disability from injuries resulting from simply working too hard.   I was told that I should not practice again or risk doing more damage to my already permanently injured spine. The problem was that I love practicing Chiropractic, but I needed to modify my technique approach to be easier on my body and allow me to practice without reinjuring myself.

Advertisements for Dr. Creed’s Neural Kinetic Integration Technique caught my attention.  A telephone conversation with him assured me that his work was worthy of further investigation, so I signed up for one of his seminars.

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