CBP Technique (Chiropractic Biophysics)

Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP) is a chiropractic technique developed by Donald D. Harrison, M.S., D.C. of Evanston, Wyoming. CBP Technique can best be characterized as a full spine and pelvis corrective/rehabilitative procedure having a firm foundation in the sciences of mechanics and physics. The overall goal of CBP Technique is that of the restoration of normal three dimensional human posture through a variety of methods including, but not limited to: "mirror image" adjustment procedures, "mirror image" rehabilitative exercises, cervical extension traction, and diversified manual manipulative adjustments. A corrective care regimen includes the use of drop table and adjustive procedures as well as a variety of corrective extension traction and corrective postural exercises.

In CBP technique, "mirror image" adjustive procedures are used as the methods of correcting abnormal 3-dimensional human postures. This is accomplished by stressing the patient's presenting abnormal posture into its mirror image while applying a light force to the area of the atlas vertebra's transverse process, by performing a "toggle" type force to the area of the atlas vertebra's transverse process or by applying a force to the area of the sacroiliac and femur heads on pelvic drop table apparatus.

Correction to normal posture is verified by pre and post adjustment postural examinations after each adjustment. Correction is also verified by doing a post examination as well as x-rays. For researched articles pertaining to Chiropractic and Chiropractic Biophysics please visit: IdealSpine.com.