Low and No Force Techniques:

Arthrostim Technique

Our philosophy

​One of the most popular low or no force chiropractic techniques involves using the Arthrostim instrument.  An Arthrostim adjustment may feel like tapping on parts of your spine, but it actually does the same thing, or more, than a traditional manual adjustment and it feels great. 


Manual Chiropractic Techniques


  • Stretching
  • Why chiropractic works
  • Wellness strategies
  • Sleeping for health​ 
  •  Nagging neck pain
  • Fighting migraines
  • Dealing with fatigue
  • Benefits of massage

Activator Methods Technique

Over the years we have come across so many people who are afraid of chiropractic care because of what they call "the snap and pop".  That's why we also use other very gentle methods, both low, and no force chiropractic techniques.  

About Chiropractic Care:

Eugene Chiropractic

There are a number of 'Manual' (meaning hands-on) chiropractic techniques, with names like Diversified, Thompson, Gonstead, SOT, Flexion Distraction, Drop Table, and many more.  Dr. Matt uses these techniques on his patients daily.  

Our methods:

We believe that chiropractic care is the cornerstone of any comprehensive and holistic health program. When your body works the way nature intended, your spirit soars--and so do you.


Dr. Matt is certified in Activator Methods Technique.  This technique is considered low or no force and is popular with people who don't like the sounds of feeling of a manual adjustment.




  1. Car accident injuries
  2. Neck & Back pain
  3. Headaches & Migraines
  4. Shoulder & Knee pain