Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT) is combined with advanced Chirodontic procedures to balance the biomechanical structure and provide structural stability to the spine and musculoskeletal system. SOT adjustments are very thorough. They address all aspects of the individual’s needs, including Adjusting and balancing the organ reflexes, cranial sutures and bones, all the extremities as well as the spine and pelvis. We also utilize various other techniques like Activator, Diversified, Flexion/Distraction, BEST, acupressure and whatever else is indicated.
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction is a collection of problems in the jaw and facial muscles. The science of Chirodontics provides a level of understanding normally inaccessible to the modern medical world, as many of the doctors wrestling with it do not focus outside the face and jaw area.
Sacral Occipital Technique Normalizes The Spine Through Top To Bottom
Alignment Balancing the body’s biomechanical structure with SOT, or Sacral Occipital Technique, chiropractic adjustments is the key and most important aspect to starting a successful investment in Chirodontics.
By purest definition, SOT (Sacral Occipital Technique) is composed of highly accurate and effective clinical procedures that target the sacrum, which is the foundation for the spine, and the occiput, which is the back of the head. Thus, SOT is a method of balancing the relationship between the base of the spine and the apex of the spine. It is this specific relationship and how these two bones work together that has been proven to be so important in the normal functioning of the brain and spinal cord in the development of the Sacral Occipital Technique.
One of the most important aspects of normal cranial function is the position of the jaw. A distortion in the jaw puts the balance of the cranium in jeopardy.
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