Most patients are familiar with the traditional adjustment technique that refers to a chiropractic doctors manually adjusting patients. With the manual adjustment method, chiropractors will exert force and thrust with their hands and body weight to open up spinal joints which creates cracking and popping sounds. This can be painful and uncomfortable for some patients.
Torque Release Technique (TRT), developed by Dr. Jay Holder D.C, M.D, is a newer chiropractic method that uses a specialized handheld recoil tool called the Integrator, which is gentle on patients spines and targets pain points with more precision while in a relaxed face down position.
What is Torque Release Technique?
Torque Release Technique (TRT) is a non-invasive method for correcting spinal subluxations. By restoring the tone of the central nervous system and associated muscles, TRT offers a gentle approach to address spinal issues without joint manipulation.
The central nervous system is a communication highway that connects your brain to the rest of your body and also plays a big role in the body’s natural healing process. When subluxations and misalignments in your spinal column occur, then communication to the nervous system can be affected which is called nerve interference. TRT helps identify and correct a spinal misalignment gently and without the need for forceful joint manipulation.
By improving the tone and function of the nervous system with TRT, the affected nerves will start communicating with your brain and spinal cord properly and without interference. Therefore, your body can start to heal itself naturally. TRT can lead to significant improvements in health conditions such as neuropathy, neck pain, leg pain, back pain, sciatica, and other chronic pain.
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What is the Integrator chiropractic instrument?
Torque Release Technique (TRT) utilizes the Integrator, a specialized chiropractic tool. This handheld device delivers precise and gentle force to targeted spinal joints, releasing muscle and ligament tension. Unlike traditional adjustments, the recoil force of the Integrator is painless and noise-free, providing a comfortable experience for patients.
The Integrator is an FDA-approved tool that has been shown to be effective in correcting primary, and secondary spinal subluxations by restoring nerve function, reducing pain, and improving overall health and well-being. TRT helps chiropractors provide a gentle and non-invasive form of treatment which allows patients to experience the benefits of chiropractic care without the pain that traditional methods sometimes cause.
Benefits of Torque Release Technique
TRT is a holistic approach to chiropractic care that restores your nervous system’s natural function. It corrects root causes of pain by addressing primary and secondary subluxations. By stimulating self-healing, TRT provides a comprehensive solution, relieving chronic pain and improving sleep, mood, and overall health.
Precise and Gentle Adjustment
With Torque Release Technique, you won’t experience any twisting or cracking of your body parts. It is a gentle and specific chiropractic adjustment that does not cause any serious discomfort.
Fast & Efficient Treatments
Treatments offered by a licensed TRT chiropractor are quick and often take less than 5 minutes per session. Patients may experience immediate pain relief after each treatment.
TRT eliminates human error, and the results are easily reproduced by other chiropractors. By this we mean, the TRT technique uses a standardized analysis and protocol, so you get the same treatment every time regardless of who performs the adjustment.
Long Lasting Improvement to Health
Since TRT improves the function of the nervous system, patients will also notice improved posture, better range of motion and other related benefits.
What conditions can TRT treat?
Seeking out chiropractic care is a popular option for people looking to find relief from their chronic pain conditions . TRT adjustment methods can treat many different health related issues in the human body. The conditions below are not an all-inclusive list but a generalized overview of all the conditions TRT has been known to treat.
Who can use Torque Release Technique?
TRT can benefit people of all ages and health conditions. Since the spinal adjustment method is gentle and non-invasive, it means that it can be safely used on:
What to expect during a TRT Treatment?
Prior to your treatment beginning, the chiropractic clinic that specializes in Torque Release Technique will perform a thorough examination of your spine and extremities to identify any misalignments and tension that may be present. This pretreatment examination will help the chiropractor determine which areas need to be worked on.
When the exam is complete, you will be comfortably laying face down on a chiropractic table. From there, the chiropractor will then compare the length of your legs, while activating your deep Achilles tendon reflex. The length of one leg will be longer than the other. The doctor will then test different neurological points throughout your spine and check your legs lengths again.
Once your leg lengths go perfectly even then that indicates the spot that needs to get adjusted with the Integrator tool. The painless chiropractic adjustment process should only take 5-10 minutes depending on your condition.
Video Explaining How The Integrator Works
Questions about TRT
The risks of TRT are very rare and are generally mild but they can include:
- Soreness or mild discomfort at the site of the adjustment
- Numbness or tingling
- Muscle spasms
- Joint pain
The cost of TRT can range from $30-$70 per visit.
Please keep in mind that the costs of TRT can vary depending on factors such as location, practitioner, and individual treatment plans. It is advisable to inquire about the costs with chiropractic clinics or practitioners in your area.
To find a TRT practitioner, you can search online directories, contact local chiropractic clinics, or seek referrals from healthcare professionals or individuals who have undergone TRT. Ensure the practitioner is licensed and experienced in performing TRT.
Most patients need 6-12 treatments to start seeing improvement.
Please keep in mind the number of TRT treatments needed can vary depending on individual circumstances. It is best to discuss this with your chiropractor, who can create a personalized treatment plan based on your specific needs and progress.