What Is The Pierce Results System
Here at Point Pleasant Chiropractic, we use a chiropractic technique called the Pierce Results System. Let’s take a closer look at this technique and how it works.
What is the Pierce Results System?
The Pierce Results system, which was formally known as the Pierce/ Stillwagon or PST, was created by Vernon Pierce. The system uses biomechanics and spine kinematics to determine spinal function loss.
How does the system work?
There are four curves to your spine. When there is structural integrity loss to any of these curves, it can cause subluxation in the vertebra. The Pierce system locates the specific segments that are subluxated so that your chiropractor can address these particular segments.
How does the Pierce system differ from other chiropractic methods?
The Pierce system is a specific way of analyzing spinal alignment. Although all chiropractic care is effective overall, we feel using the Pierce system allows us to treat each patient more effectively.
Will the system work for me?
Using the Pierce system allows your chiropractor to individualize your care plan according to your specific spinal needs. A customized plan leads to faster, more effective results. When a practitioner uses a generalized, generic approach on all patients, minimal results are shown. The Pierce system focuses on taking care of individual spinal segments so that total spine health can be possible long term.
How long will it take to see results?
The Pierce system is extremely effective, but in order to see results, you need to keep all your chiropractic appointments and follow your doctor’s advice. Since the system uses a specific plan for each area of your spine that is subluxated, regular and frequent visits may be needed in order for successful results.
If you have any questions about the Pierce Results System, ask your chiropractor and make an appointment today.