Logan Basic Technique

In this practice a number of low-force techniques are utilized, one of which is called the Logan Basic Technique.

This technique uses postural analysis to determine which side of the patient the doctor needs to position herself.

The initial hand placement is on the patient’s sacrum; this has been proven to to relax all the muscles of the back. Once the muscles are relaxed, it only takes five-to-six ounces of pressure to move the vertebrae back into place.

This is a very effective technique that does not require a lot of time and is very much appreciated by geriatric patients.

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Also see:

-Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)
-Applied Kinesiology
-Nutritional Evaluation