Functional Analysis Technique Seminars
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Dr. Fred Clary utilizes a
chiropractic spinal analysis and adjusting technique called “Functional
Analysis Technique.” This information is to allow you to better
understand the basis for this technique and how it affects your body.
coccyx – sacrum
Functional Analysis bases its
technique on gentle touch and light thrusting by hand or instrument.
This low-force adjusting method allows the nervous system to better
integrate and understand the new corrective information and to process
it throughout the spinal cord and brain.
Analysis utilizes your breathing patterns and how you walk and move to
determine the most appropriate places to treat, not just pain.
Reconnecting your body with your brain is one of our main goals.
spinal corrections do not stop once you get off the table. They continue
as you breath and move. You may notice that you hear a click or popping
sound in your spine later on the same day after the functional analysis
adjustment. That’s your body realigning and correcting its own
Analysis teaches and empowers your body to make more corrections
and healing with ongoing care.
analysis and correction are not limited to just the area of pain and
symptom, integration tends to be more complete and healing experiences
are deeper in all areas of the body, mind, and emotions. Functional
Analysis can be used to treat patient’s with mental health disorders,
children with ADHD, autism, cerebral palsy, chronic pain and other
works by increasing appropriate sensory input into the patient’s central
nervous systems painlessly and effectively. It leads to profound
neurological changes that benefit everyone – no matter what symptom or
level of health they are currently experiencing.
Just a few examples of the hundreds of
Pathological Breathing Patterns
initiate a few times normally then will initiate at a different region.
After a few cycles may either return to the first pattern or start
another inefficient pattern.
Possible limbic system dysfunction (anxiety, depression, schizophrenia)
Possible CNS-affecting drugs