Why use the Activator Method
The Activator Method Chiropractic Technique® is a practice used by over 50,000 chiropractors in the United States. It is reported as the second most common therapeutic method used by chiropractors.¹ It is shown to have similar results to more traditional chiropractic methods and in some instances may be the preferred manner of treatment by the patient or the practitioner. The Activator Method is FDA approved and was shown to have results on par with the Diversified technique in reported benefits for patients with spinal pain.² Vitality Medical carries other Chiropractic supplies including Chiropractic Continuous Passive Motion machine tables to integrate into your practice.
Many practitioners use the most recent technology in an effort to provide the best care for their patients and the Activator products are the tested and proven original. These products were developed by the original creator of the technology Dr. Arlan Fuhr and are the only products of their kind specifically approved by Medicare.³ Don't accept a lesser product and get this efficacious technology created by the company that knows it best.
Activator products come with a variety of support tools for practitioners. They offer online education courses where a practitioner can gain certification and hands on seminars to facilitate perfection of technique. Patient orientation videos, and on demand training videos are also available. The Activator products are all made from high quality materials in the USA and come with a one year manufacturer warranty. Vitality Medical carries replacement pads and accessories to keep your practice stocked.
Why the Activator I
The Activator I is the original created by Dr. Arlan Fuhr. It is the economical option and ideal for students and practitioners entering into the study and practice of the Activator Method and is still a favorite among many. With moderate strength the practitioner is able to reliably deliver a high-speed, low force thrust gentle enough for pediatric and geriatric patients.
²Huggins, T., Boras, A. L., Gleberzon, B. J., Popescu, M., & Bahry, L. A. (2012). Clinical effectiveness of the activator adjusting instrument in the management of musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review of the literature. The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, 56(1), 49–57.
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