Pierce Technique

A Systematic Approach to Correcting Subluxations

Dr. Pierce began developing this system back in 1975.  It is not a chiropractic technique like any others, but a systematic approach to correcting subluxations using the most advanced tools for spinal analysis and adjusting. xray spine correction

For years Dr. Pierce was a strict upper cervical chiropractor, but quickly became frustrated in practice when his results when caring for patients were not more consistent.  Some would have miraculous healings while others would not.  Why?  As he began to look closer at his “failures” he began to discover why…It was not poor philosophy or art, but poor science!  This was the reason why his results lacked consistency.  Dr. Pierce had a great love for his patients and knew chiropractic, with its solid foundation, should be better.  The tools being used in the profession were simply not enough to accurately show what was wrong or right with the spine.

As he began develop better tools, the idea of the “Normal Spine” became clearer and clearer.  He began to understand what a normal spine looked and moved like, and seeing the “true subluxation” became much easier.  As the system evolved it lead to more discoveries which advanced subluxation correction to a level which could produce consistent and predictable results paralleled by few!  (shown in recent peer reviewed research) The result…chiropractic bliss!  We now can produce more miracles, more consistently…in every patient!

By correcting subluxations more effectively, Dr. Pierce began to see many things heal faster, even spines that never changed on x-ray were now exhibiting complete corrections in minutes! (Thanks to Innate!)

Dr. Pierce has many discoveries to his credit:

  1. The “normal spine” model which has changed chiropractic
  2. The use of infrared thermal imaging of the spine
  3. The use of motion x-ray (video fluoroscopy)
  4. He developed the proper parameters of normal spinal motion.
  5. New drop-table designs for advanced adjusting
  6. New Adjustments that produced better and  faster results
  7. The first computerized adjusting instrument