Diversified Technique and Extremity Manipulating
Diversified Technique is an extensively used type of chiropractic manipulation and adjustment technique that includes most of the methods taught at chiropractic institutions. Diversified technique is the most regularly used of all the chiropractic techniques and is the one seemingly most common to patients.
The Diversified manipulation and adjustment entails a high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust that usually results in cavitation of joint quick, shallow thrusts that cause the popping noise often linked with chiropractic manipulation and adjustment.
The Application of Chiropractic Manipulation and adjustment to Joints
Extremity Manipulating and Adjusting is the use of chiropractic manipulation and adjustment to joints other than those of the spine, like an elbow, shoulder, wrist, hand, finger, hip, knee, ankle, foot, toe. Examples of conditions treated by extremity manipulation and adjustment are gait, carpal tunnel syndrome, or posture-related problems.