Dr. Jacqueline Benoot © 2012. Site design: Henrie Timmers
309 Commissioners Road, West, Unit E,
London, ON N6J 1Y4
We believe an informed client will feel more at ease. The following information is a condensed version of four of the adjustment services we provide.
1) Manual adjustments (traditional) to the joints of spine and extremities.
Diversified: this is the traditional chiropractic technique. Using specific manual high-
2) A mechanical adjusting instrument
Activator: this is a gentle high-
Arthrostim: this instrument produces a rapid thrust/recoil motion at a rate of 12 times per second. Simply put, it maintains a consistent peak force, whereby the total impulse of a chiropractic adjustment is divided into equal, smaller impulses known cumulatively as the “controlled repetitive input”. This provides a comfortable and effective adjustment.
As an alternative to manual adjustments, these adjusting instruments have the flexibility to deliver a range of a few ounces of pressure, up to 40 pounds of force, depending on the individual needs.
3) Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) – this is a soft tissue technique that is movement based.
ART is a technique that locates and breaks down scar tissue and adhesions found in and between muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia and nerves, used to improve mobility and decrease symptomatology. Dr. Benoot is full-
This treatment modality has been around for thousands of years. Through the insertion of very fine needles into specific acupuncture points, acupuncture is used to promote natural healing, reduce or eliminate pain and improve the body's overall function. Scientifically, acupuncture has been shown to increase blood supply, stimulate nerves and release neurotransmitters, including endorphins. These responses can block pain signals to the brain, decrease inflammation, repair injured tissue and help to restore the body's healthy balance.