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Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), is a chiropractic technique that focuses on optimizing the relationship between the sacrum or pelvis (base of the spine) and the occiput (base of the skull).

The pelvis forms the foundational support of the human body. Not only does the spine hold us upright, it also supports the head and upper body, enables the transfer of weight between our legs, supports all internal organs, and provides an anchor point for our muscles.

The spine also encases and protects the spinal cord, an integral part of our nervous system. The nervous system controls the messages passed between the brain and distributes them throughout the entire body, to cells, tissues, organs, and muscles. The nervous system can only function normally when the pelvis is stable and the bodies structures and balanced.

Lifestyle stresses, tight or poorly functioning muscles, physical demand, sedentary lifestyles and even gravity can affect the bodies structural stability and produce effects throughout the body.

Blocks, or wedges are utilized during treatment to correct spinal alignment and tune the nervous system. Correctly positioned blocks utilize your own body weight to gently and subtly enable the corrections required. With regular care, this technique helps reestablish healthier spinal and nervous system function.

Regular SOT chiropractic care is a safe, gentle, and highly beneficial approach to improving physical comfort, enhancing nervous system function, and achieving optimal health.

We like to view SOT as a gentle, nurturing, and holistic approach that will help you think better, move better, feel better.

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