all chiropractors are the same.
Chiropractors employ varying techniques (or
treatments) they have learned and chosen to
utilize in their practices. While attending
Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Jenkins
studied many techniques with a special emphasis on
the Atlas Orthogonal Technique
and other low force adjusting techniques.
is a list of various treatment options available
at Jenkins Chiropractic.
Technique. Dr. D. D. Palmer was
the founder of chiropractic. With
his son, Dr. B.J. Palmer, often referred to
as the developer of chiropractic for his life long
research in the field, started the first
chiropractic college in the world, Palmer School
of Chiropractic later to be called Palmer College
of Chiropractic (PCC). Palmer
College, the fountainhead of chiropractic,
continues to lead the profession in excellence.
Click here to visit the PCC website.
Adjusting Technique. The
Impulse Adjusting Instrument provides a
gentle and specific chiropractic
adjustment. The speed of the
gentle thrust allows Dr. Jenkins to
adjust the spine faster than the body’s
ability to tighten up and resist the
Click here to visit the Impulse
Adjusting Instrument website.
Activator Methods Chiropractic
Activator Adjusting Instrument to
give consistent low-force, high-speed chiropractic
adjustments. Over 31,000 doctors have been
trained in Activator Methods, making it the most
widely used technique worldwide.
Click here to visit the
official Activator Methods website.
Vertebral Distraction Pump.
The Vertebral Distraction Pump is a very
effective tool for treating spinal disc
injuries. Its focused, gentle,
distraction provides great relief to
both the disc injury and the pinched
nerve often involved in a disc injury.
Click here to view the
research on the Vertebral Distraction
Occipital Technique (SOT). This is sometimes called craniosacral therapy, however the
S.O.T. work was further developed and specialized
by its founder Dr. Major B. DeJarnette. SOT is a
method of normalizing the relationship between the
foundation of the spine (sacrum) and the top of
the spine (occiput or base of the head).
Click here to visit
the SOT website.
has been shown to be very effective in treating
low back pain, including lumbar disc bulges and
herniations. It is a gentle, non-force adjusting
procedure which works with the body's natural
design to aid it in healing properly.
Click here to visit the official Cox
Anodyne Monochromatic Infrared
Therapy. Once again Dr. Jenkins
is the only doctor in the
Sacramento Valley to offer this innovative
therapy. Anodyne Therapy reduces pain and speeds
healing of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular
injuries and chronic conditions such as bursitis,
arthritis, tendonitis, fractures, and neuropathic
pain. This therapy has been used by doctors of
various disciplines and is even used by multiple
players of the Denver Broncos to help speed their
recovery time from injuries.
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For more information or
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Brian D. Jenkins, DC, DACNB, BCAO
This is the
first time in seven years I have been
pain free thanks to Dr.
Brian. He went right to the area
and took care of it. Regular
doctors had me on long term pain meds;
no longer needed. It feels good to
feel good. Scott McKee