Why use the Activator Method
The Activator Method Chiropractic Technique® has practitioners numbering in the tens of thousands across the United States. Studies have shown that it is the second most common chiropractic technique in use today.¹ Research has also been conducted that suggests it has similar results to traditional methods and may be the optimum treatment option for the patient or the practitioner. The Activator Method is FDA approved and has results equivalent to the Diversified technique benefits reported by patients treated for spinal pain.² Vitality Medical carries other medical supplies including physicians' stools.
Provide the best care for your patients with the tested and proven original Activator products. They are the only line of chiropractic adjustment tools that are approved by Medicare and they were developed and continually upgraded by the Dr. Arlan Fuhr, the original creator of the technology.³ Don't settle for a knockoff get the best technology created by the company that knows it best.
The Activator Technique can easily be integrated with others but it is also highly effective as the sole technique in the hands of an experienced practitioner. Vitality Medical can help make sure your practice is prepared with basic needs like sterilization wipes. Activator products come with a variety of support tools for practitioners. Online certification can be acquired through the Activator Methods website where you can also register for hands-on seminars. The Activator products are made in the USA with a one year warranty.Vitality Medical carries replacement pads and accessories to keep your practice stocked.
Why the Activator II
The Activator II takes the Activator Method to the next level of precision and diversity in practice. It's perfect for practitioners seeking to incorporate more of the Activator Method into their practice. The Activator II can be used to provide comprehensive treatment for pediatric, geriatric, and adult patients in all areas of the body. The Activator II is also available as an EZ-Grip which is specially designed for practitioners with smaller hands. The EZ-Grip reduces reach between the palm and finger pads which increases leverage while reducing strain.
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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