Find an SOT Chiropractic Physician in Your Area
S.O.T. Doctors are trained in the specialization of treating pain and can help with pain relief for a variety of illnesses and injuries.
S.O.T. employs the use of wedge shaped blocks to allow the body to seek its correct alignment and balance. There are many combinations of block positions used, and these are determined by tests that precede each adjustment. S.O.T. recognizes the importance of body language in the form of neurological tests, weak muscles, tender areas and other signs and indicators, to determine the type adjustment needed.
S.O.T. Treats a wide variety of illnesses and injuries, including:
- Back Pain
- Nerve Pain
- Musculoskeletal Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain
- Migraines and Headaches
- Foot Pain
- Knee Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Pregnancy Pain
- Finger Pain
- Arm Pain
The goal of an S.O.T. adjustment is to normalize the function of the entire body.
The central nervous system—the brain and spinal cord—is the avenue of approach. The brain and spinal cord are used for this purpose because all studies of the human body show that their function is the primary function of the body. They act to control all other functions of the body as well. So, normalization of this function is the primary goal. As this goal is obtained , the pain will go away. But elimination of pain is simply a side effect of normalizing the cranial sacral respiratory mechanism.
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As the body responds and heals, stress areas around the body are eliminated and natural tolerance levels are reinstated.
If you know a chiropractor who is not certified in SOT methods, refer them to our organization where we can assist them with the certification process.