FOOT LEVELERS ANNOUNCES MAJOR ENHANCEMENTS TO INMOTION®, THE WORLD’S NO.1-PROVIDED CUSTOM ORTHOTIC

The InMotion is Foot Levelers’ most popular orthotic

Roanoke, VA – Firefighters have one of the most physically-demanding jobs. That’s why Foot Levelers partnered with a local fire department when developing enhancements to the world’s No. 1-provided custom orthotic, the InMotion®. The InMotion, just like all of Foot Levelers custom orthotics, offers maximum comfort and support to help reduce pain throughout the body.

 

Foot Levelers custom orthotics are the only ones to include the patented Gait Cycle System, which provides support for the heel while walking, a boost during toe-off, and support for all three arches of the foot while standing. Each Foot Levelers custom orthotic, including the InMotion, comes with a 1-year, 100% money-back guarantee. 

 

 

Released in 2011, InMotion is popular with everyone from firefighters and athletes to those who just like to stay active. That’s because they can wear these versatile orthotics throughout their day, in virtually any type of shoe, from sports to leisure activities. There’s also a version that is made to fit perfectly for dress shoes.

The process of enhancing Foot Levelers’ InMotion custom orthotic was years in the making. Foot Levelers partnered with the Roanoke (Va.) City Fire Department, a group who works in the most extreme conditions and are constantly on their feet, to test the strength and durability of the InMotion orthotic. Based on their feedback, the new and improved InMotion was developed.

 

Some of the benefits of Foot Levelers’ newly-enhanced InMotion orthotic include:

 

  • Top cover that helps regulate temperature1 and minimizes moisture retention

  • Special materials to control odor

  • Design that enhances oxygen levels and blood flow2

  • Upgraded grip for better stability during athletic activity

  • Lightweight, flexible and comfortable to wear

 

Jamie Greenawalt, Foot Levelers Senior Vice President of Business Development, says:

“We’re pleased to introduce these exciting enhancements to the world’s most popular orthotic, the InMotion. Patients have made InMotion the No. 1 custom orthotic because it helps them achieve their goals without pain holding them back. They’re doing things they never thought they could do, and returning to activities they never thought they’d do again. Foot Levelers is committed to giving patients the best support by always incorporating the latest technology and best materials into our products.”

 

Custom orthotics like InMotion help to stabilize the foot by supporting the arches and restoring proper balance and alignment. When used along with Chiropractic care, custom orthotics contribute to better patient results and help adjustments hold better. Wearing them not only helps to increase energy and performance, but can also lessen pain. For example, Foot Levelers custom orthotics have been proven to reduce Low Back Pain (LBP), a potentially debilitating condition, by 34.5 percent3

 

Foot Levelers custom orthotics can also help provide relief for foot pain, knee pain, shin splints, hip pain, and many more conditions. 

 

For more information or to get started with Foot Levelers, call 800.553.4860 or visit FootLevelers.com.

 

References
1 – Worobets J, Skolnik E, Stefanyshyn D. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/RJTA-19-03-2015-B007/full/html
2 – Anderson D., Fessler J, Pooley M, Seidel S, Hamblin M, Beckham H, Brennan, J. Infrared radiative properties and thermal modeling of ceramic-embedded textile fabrics. Biomed Opt Expres. 2017 Mar 1; 8(3): 1698–1711.
3 – Shoe Orthotics for the Treatment of Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Jerrilyn A. Cambron, DC, MPH, PhD,a Jennifer M. Dexheimer, BS, LMT, aManuel Duarte, DC, MSAc, DABCO, DACBSP, bSally Freels, MS, PhD From the aDepartment of Research, National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, IL; bDepartment of Clinical Practice, National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, IL; and cSchool of Public Health, Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL.

 

Foot Levelers, Inc.

Foot Levelers, Inc., the world’s premiere provider of custom orthotics and other therapeutic products, has been serving healthcare professionals for nearly 70 years. Foot Levelers supports every step patients take to enjoy fuller and happier lives at work, home, or play. Visit FootLevelers.com, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter (@FootLevelers) and Instagram (@FootLevelers) to learn more about Foot Levelers.

 

Chiropractors Lead the Way in the Clinical Use of LED Light Therapy with TrueLight by TrueDark

LED light therapy is a healthy, cost-effective alternative to drugs and surgery for healing the body.

SEATTLE, December 20, 2019 – As research continues to validate the science and beneficial effects of light-emitting diode (LED) therapy on the human body, chiropractic offices all over the globe are leveraging the power of LED light therapy (also known as photobiomodulation) to help their patients reduce chronic pain and inflammation. Many chiropractors are also selling TrueLight light therapy devices to their patients for cost-effective, at-home use in between office visits and long-term therapy needs.

LED light therapy is defined as a painless, non-invasive form of treatment that uses specific wavelengths of light to help heal the body. Over 3,000 peer-reviewed scientific studies to date have shown that photobiomodulation can have many positive biological effects, including but not limited to:

  • Accelerated muscle recovery
  • Faster would/injury healing
  • Pain relief
  • Improved blood and oxygen circulation
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Fat loss
  • Anti-aging (reduced wrinkles and fine lines)
  • Increase in strength and endurance
  • Improved hormonal health
  • Improved energy levels and mood
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Reduce skin irritation, UV damage, and redness (e.g. rosacea)

While LED technology is not a literal “magic” pill, it is highly favored because of its far-reaching abilities without pain or the use of drugs. Exposure to the diffused light essentially triggers the mitochondria in the body’s cells and results in the production of additional ATP (energy). So, it’s fair to say that the human body isn’t just fueled by food, but also light.

NASA initially developed this technology to protect astronauts’ health – more specifically, to promote the growth and generation of healthy cells, prevent bone and muscle loss, and speed up wound healing — which can be greatly impacted by a lack of gravity. In the world of chiropractic treatments, which focus on muscle, joint and/or bone pain, photobiomodulation can be a very effective, complimentary tool for muscle recovery, tissue regeneration, and pain management.

TrueLight light therapy devices emit a patent-pending combination of light wavelengths to heal the body from the surface of the skin all the way down to the bone. This combination includes deep red (660nm), red (630nm), near-infrared (NIR) (850nm), and yellow light (580nm). Red and NIR have deep penetration levels, allowing the dispersed light to reach into cells, tissues, blood, nerves, and bones. When the light reaches the cells, it also promotes the release of nitric oxide (NO) from the mitochondria. This is especially important for chiropractors and their patients to know because the release of NO helps dilate blood vessels and stimulate ATP production, which in turn can accelerate healing, muscle recovery, and tissue strengthening. Yellow light has a much shallower penetration level and is ideal for creating primary cellular movement at the top layer of skin. (Think reducing skin irritation and redness.)

Truelight photobiomodulation devices are also unique in that they have two different light modes: steady and pulsed light. It has been discovered that when LED lights are pulsed, they stimulate the cells and enable them to produce more protein and ATP, which can help cells heal faster. Alternatively, a steady beam of light can remove/dull pain, reduce inflammation, and allows muscle tissue to relax.

More and more chiropractors are recommending TrueLight products to patients who are looking for relief – from sports injuries, post-surgery conditions, sprains and strains, plantar fasciitis, and various other conditions ailments that often result in pain and inflammation. These devices can also be used to treat skin conditions, accelerate wound healing, and reduce scar tissue. Since TrueLight products offer both targeted and full-body solutions, chiropractors are also recommending that patients invest in their health by consistently using these devices in the comfort of their own homes for deeper, faster healing.

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About TrueDark
TrueDark® is a wellness technology brand that empowers people to leverage healthy light for healthier living. While TrueDark eyewear blocks specific wavelengths of “junk”, the TrueLight product line consists of patent-pending light therapy devices that promote faster recovery and deeper rejuvenation. Founded in 2016 by Dave Asprey, the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and the Bulletproof diet, TrueDark has quickly grown from a small startup to an established brand that is on a mission to help people optimize and leverage the light in their environment so that they can sleep, feel, and live better every day.

Parker University Receives The John W. Nason Award for Board Leadership

DALLAS, TX (March 10, 2020) — Parker University is the fastest-growing college in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, reports the American City Business Journal. Not only that, but Parker is also the fourth fastest growing college in the state of Texas. At a time when the average five-year growth rate for colleges in Texas was 9 percent for the 68 colleges compared, Parker University grew by 46 percent.

 

To fuel this growth, Parker has expanded upon its initial offering of a Doctor of Chiropractic degree to include new degrees such as neuroscience, functional nutrition, anatomy, strength and human performance, and more. With a mission to help communities achieve a higher level of health, Parker’s growing academic programs have clearly resonated with potential university students. 

 

In February of this year, the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), the premier organization representing higher education governing boards nationwide, announced that Parker University Board of Trustees was one of six boards which had been selected to receive the 2019-2020 John W. Nason Award for Board Leadership.  Parker’s board has demonstrated outstanding leadership, which has enabled the school to thrive.

 

When the university experienced severe damage following a tornado that hit Dallas in October of 2019, the Parker University Board of Trustees immediately deployed resources to restore operations. Because of their swift and decisive work, the school successfully devised a plan that met at the crossroads of restoration and growth. The immediate action taken by the trustees demonstrated their commitment to the students. This inspirational show of leadership resulted in minimized downtime, enabling students to resume their course of study without serious interruption.

 

President of Parker University, Dr. William E. Morgan, DC, said this about the board’s response after the tornado, “To some who viewed the destruction of the tornado, it seemed as though our instruction was finished.  But the board of trustees who possess a spirit of courage and perseverance saw the possibilities and a vision for a renewed Parker University.”

 

Additionally, the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) stated, “Prior to this, the board had already shown decisive leadership in enabling the transition from a small single program college to a fully comprehensive university. The board overcame internal challenges to become more focused and successfully developed a new strategic plan that inspired a spirit of adventure and exploration at the university.” 

 

With a commitment to providing an outstanding chiropractic education and a mission to create highly qualified and respected professionals in science, business, education, and health-related disciplines, Parker University continues to move forward in the pursuit of higher health. 

 

About Parker University: 

 

Parker University (Parker.edu) was founded in 1982 by Dr. James W. Parker, DC, originally as Parker College of Chiropractic. In 2011, the name was changed as its curriculum expanded. Today, Parker University has 1,600 students and 29 academic programs, including its famed chiropractic program along with master’s degrees in neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, and functional nutrition. Currently, Parker University’s chiropractic cohort is the second largest of any campus in the world. 

 

About the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB):

 

The AGB is the premier membership organization that strengthens higher education governing boards and the strategic roles they serve within their organizations. Through their vast library of resources, educational events, and consulting services, and with nearly 100 years of experience, AGB empowers 40,000 AGB members from more than 2,000 institutions and foundations to navigate complex issues, implement leading practices, streamline operations, and govern with confidence. AGB is the trusted resource for board members, chief executives, and key administrators on higher education governance and leadership.

 

JAMIE GREENAWALT NAMED FOOT LEVELERS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

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ROANOKE, Virginia— Foot Levelers is excited to announce Jamie Greenawalt as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Business Development. 

 

Greenawalt will oversee Foot Levelers customer support, technology, sales, and educational departments. Her priorities include expanding the company’s domestic and global footprint, with a large emphasis on technology development and innovation.

 

“My goal is to expand Foot Levelers reach to help more people live a pain free and stabilized life at a low cost and high satisfaction. Healthcare providers and their patients are our number one priority, and it’s our responsibility to ensure their expectations are not only being met but exceeded. There has been so much growth within Foot Levelers the past few years and I am elated to continue building on that momentum,” Greenawalt said.

 

Greenawalt has vast experience in business development. She was in charge of the Foot Levelers International Business division from 2009 to 2012 where she oversaw unprecedented growth by building partnerships with international organizations and strengthening relationships with international healthcare providers. She also led the company’s Education and Research Departments. 

 

“Foot Levelers has been providing custom orthotics for 68 years because of our partnerships with doctors. Foot Levelers can be a major part of a paradigm shift within the mainstream healthcare community where the first course of treatment includes Chiropractic care as a preventative, drug-free, and natural option. In this new future we are building together, I’m excited to grow these partnerships to create a healthier, happier patient who better understands the value of conservative care.”

 

Living and promoting a healthy lifestyle is at Greenawalt’s core. She worked at the World Bank in Washington D.C. for their food and nutrition security agriculture program, and also with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UNFAO) in Rome. Her responsibilities took her across the world, including Europe, the Middle East, and South and Southeast Asia. In those areas Greenawalt worked alongside governmental and private sector entities on implementing strategies to grow healthy and sustainable food. Her duties also included empowering and educating female business owners on securing credit and financial stability. 

 

While working across the globe, Greenawalt knew all along she eventually wanted to return to Foot Levelers. Greenawalt is the granddaughter of Chiropractor and Foot Levelers founder Dr. Monte H. Greenawalt. She is looking forward to finding new avenues to promote the benefits of Chiropractic care. 

 

“My professional experience has focused on empowering people to live a healthy lifestyle and building a strong infrastructure, both at the country and individual level,” Greenawalt said. “Foot Levelers is positioned well to increase awareness of safe, first-line treatment options for such conditions as low back pain, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. And as we know, Chiropractic care is essential in treating these ailments, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and so much more.”

 

Greenawalt is a graduate of The University of the South (Sewanee) where she earned a degree in Global Studies and Environmental Science. In 2017, Sewanee named Greenawalt a Distinguished Young Alumni. Greenawalt received her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Missouri.

 

“Jamie has proven herself across the globe. Everywhere she has been, she has had success. She has an innate ability to connect with people at all levels. Jamie’s skills will help strengthen our relationships with doctors and partners across the healthcare spectrum,” said Kent Greenawalt, Foot Levelers President and CEO.

 

 

Foot Levelers, Inc.

Foot Levelers, Inc., the world’s premiere provider of custom orthotics and other therapeutic products, has been serving healthcare professionals for nearly 70 years. Foot Levelers supports every step patients take to enjoy fuller and happier lives at work, home, or play. Visit FootLevelers.com, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter (@FootLevelers) and Instagram (@FootLevelers) to learn more about Foot Levelers.



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ROANOKE, Virginia— Foot Levelers is excited to announce Jamie Greenawalt as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Business Development. 

 

Greenawalt will oversee Foot Levelers customer support, technology, sales, and educational departments. Her priorities include expanding the company’s domestic and global footprint, with a large emphasis on technology development and innovation.

 

“My goal is to expand Foot Levelers reach to help more people live a pain free and stabilized life at a low cost and high satisfaction. Healthcare providers and their patients are our number one priority, and it’s our responsibility to ensure their expectations are not only being met but exceeded. There has been so much growth within Foot Levelers the past few years and I am elated to continue building on that momentum,” Greenawalt said.

 

Greenawalt has vast experience in business development. She was in charge of the Foot Levelers International Business division from 2009 to 2012 where she oversaw unprecedented growth by building partnerships with international organizations and strengthening relationships with international healthcare providers. She also led the company’s Education and Research Departments. 

 

“Foot Levelers has been providing custom orthotics for 68 years because of our partnerships with doctors. Foot Levelers can be a major part of a paradigm shift within the mainstream healthcare community where the first course of treatment includes Chiropractic care as a preventative, drug-free, and natural option. In this new future we are building together, I’m excited to grow these partnerships to create a healthier, happier patient who better understands the value of conservative care.”

 

Living and promoting a healthy lifestyle is at Greenawalt’s core. She worked at the World Bank in Washington D.C. for their food and nutrition security agriculture program, and also with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UNFAO) in Rome. Her responsibilities took her across the world, including Europe, the Middle East, and South and Southeast Asia. In those areas Greenawalt worked alongside governmental and private sector entities on implementing strategies to grow healthy and sustainable food. Her duties also included empowering and educating female business owners on securing credit and financial stability. 

 

While working across the globe, Greenawalt knew all along she eventually wanted to return to Foot Levelers. Greenawalt is the granddaughter of Chiropractor and Foot Levelers founder Dr. Monte H. Greenawalt. She is looking forward to finding new avenues to promote the benefits of Chiropractic care. 

 

“My professional experience has focused on empowering people to live a healthy lifestyle and building a strong infrastructure, both at the country and individual level,” Greenawalt said. “Foot Levelers is positioned well to increase awareness of safe, first-line treatment options for such conditions as low back pain, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. And as we know, Chiropractic care is essential in treating these ailments, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and so much more.”

 

Greenawalt is a graduate of The University of the South (Sewanee) where she earned a degree in Global Studies and Environmental Science. In 2017, Sewanee named Greenawalt a Distinguished Young Alumni. Greenawalt received her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Missouri.

 

“Jamie has proven herself across the globe. Everywhere she has been, she has had success. She has an innate ability to connect with people at all levels. Jamie’s skills will help strengthen our relationships with doctors and partners across the healthcare spectrum,” said Kent Greenawalt, Foot Levelers President and CEO.

 

 

Foot Levelers, Inc.

Foot Levelers, Inc., the world’s premiere provider of custom orthotics and other therapeutic products, has been serving healthcare professionals for nearly 70 years. Foot Levelers supports every step patients take to enjoy fuller and happier lives at work, home, or play. Visit FootLevelers.com, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter (@FootLevelers) and Instagram (@FootLevelers) to learn more about Foot Levelers.

Safer Pain Relief Summit Delivers the Latest Techniques for Pain Relief and Movement

Benny Vaughn, MT, ATC; Sue Falsone, PT, ATC; Jay Greenstein, DC
Left to right – Benny Vaughn, MT, ATC; Sue Falsone, PT, ATC; Jay Greenstein, DC

Weekend CEU course covers multiple research-proven pain relief methods.

 

Akron, Ohio – May 10, 2018 – The Safer Pain Relief Summit, sponsored by Performance Health, is a weekend-long CEU course covering instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, kinesiology taping and therapeutic exercise to restore the human movement system while delivering research-proven pain relief. Hands-on healthcare practitioners—physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists and athletic trainers—receive up to 14 CEUs.

 

“As an industry partner across numerous healthcare professions, we recognize the effort each discipline is making in the fight against opioid addiction,” said Paul Timko, Vice President, Performance Health. “However, we also see an opportunity to advance the cause by bringing a variety of hands-on healthcare professionals together to share successes, best practices and build a broader community. These summits do just that.”

 

Each of the 3-day summits include a keynote address, overview of Performance Health’s Safer Pain Relief program, and hands-on training with tools that are best used for non-pharmacological pain management. A recent summit held in Phoenix was led by Jay Greenstein, DC; Sue Falsone, PT, ATC; Shawn Burger, PT; and Benny Vaughn, MT, ATC.

 

“Attendees of the Phoenix summit gained insight on research-proven non-pharmacological pain relief techniques and hands on experience with a variety of tools they can use to position themselves as an expert in movement and pain relief,” concluded Timko.

 

The next Safer Pain Relief Summits in 2018 are scheduled as follows:

  • Baltimore, MD: August 10-12
  • Chicago, IL: September 14-16

 

View course agenda, location-specific instructors and register today at SaferPainRelief.org/summit

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn @SaferPainRelief for instant updates about the remaining events.
About Performance Health

Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, Performance Health is a global health, wellness and self-care company. The Performance Health brands include Biofreeze®, TheraBand®, Cramer®, Active Ankle®, Bon Vital’®, BVspa™, Perform®, and Thera°Pearl®, all of which collectively create a complementary product offering that has helped professionals, patients and consumers relieve pain, accelerate recovery, grow stronger, and enhance quality of life for nearly 100 years.

 

ChiroHealthUSA Helps Support the Chiropractic Profession with Donations Totaling over $1,000,000

ChiroHealthFlowood, Mississippi— February 16, 2017 — 

Dr. Ray Foxworth, president of ChiroHealthUSA has made it a top priority to give back to a profession that has given so much to him. In 2008, Dr. Foxworth made a commitment to donate a percentage of his company’s revenue to the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations. As part of the agreement, he committed to donating a minimum of $15,000 each year. If the revenue percentage from his company did not meet this minimum, he would personally cover the difference. He did this for a few years as ChiroHealthUSA grew.

In 2014, he raised his minimum donation to $50,000 each year to both the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations and the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. ChiroHealthUSA also supports the profession with donations to 37 chiropractic state associations, the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters, and The World Federation of Chiropractic. In addition, he established the ChiroHealthUSA Foxworth Family Scholarship in 2015.

On February 15, 2017, donations from ChiroHealthUSA surpassed the million-dollar mark. “There are no words that can truly explain what chiropractic means to me and what an incredible milestone this is for our company. From day one at ChiroHealthUSA, I wanted to give back to a profession that has meant so much to me and my family,” said Foxworth. “We all belong to chiropractic, and we all need to help, invest, and support the advancement of our profession.”

Upon hearing the news, Amy Hardin, the executive director for the Congress of Chiropractic state associations stated, “I was overwhelmed with excitement and emotion upon hearing the great news. I remember our first meeting like it was yesterday. If you have spoken with Dr. Foxworth for even a moment, you know that his enthusiasm and desire to support this profession is authentic.”

Founded in 2007, ChiroHealthUSA is a simple, compliant and profitable way for chiropractors to offer affordable care to their patients. Donations to support the profession are made possible by over 3,400 participating providers and over 448,000 families who utilize ChiroHealthUSA in their provider’s offices.

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Spring 2017 Seminar News From Activator

ACTIVATOR ANNOUNCES SEMINAR INNOVATION
Streamlined Approach is a Match for Busy Lives
 
(PHOENIX) – Activator Methods International®, the pioneering creator of the world’s most popular chiropractic adjusting instruments, has announced a set of major innovations to its successful seminars presented in the United States and abroad.
Beginning in January 2017 seminars will now be taught in one day, empowering busy doctors to improve the level of care they provide patients while reducing the time away from their practice and their families. These new classes are streamlined, and now offer a more focused and effective learning experience.
In addition, participants who complete the new, lower-cost seminars will still be eligible for eight hours of Continuing Education credits available through Palmer College of Chiropractic and may test for an Activator Proficiency or Advanced Proficiency rating.
Until now, Activator seminars had been taught in a 1.5 day format that – in many cases – made an overnight stay a necessity and asked doctors to forfeit a whole weekend for the sake of their professional development.
“We listened carefully to seminar participants and then put that feedback into action,” said Dr. Arlan Fuhr, Chairman and co-founder of Activator Methods International. “We launched an immense effort to track down new approaches and new teaching tools that allow us to deliver better training in less time.”
Activator seminars teach the latest, research-based Activator curriculum, with an emphasis on practical, real-world, hands-on advice and expertise. Led by Advanced Proficiency Rated doctors with years of clinical practice experience, Activator seminars tracks cover Fundamentals (the Basic Activator Protocol), Instrument Adjusting for Extremities and Clinical Topics. The updated classes also come with a lower tuition price tag: doctors may attend for $350, new doctors for $99 and – in honor of Activator’s 50th anniversary in 2017, students may attend for just $50.
The Activator Methods is the most widely used low-force adjusting technique in the world, with thousands of doctors in the U.S. and internationally holding a Proficiency or Advanced Proficiency Rating. Activator has been the subject of 23 clinical trials (and is the only adjusting instrument with clinical trials), and has more than 150 peer-reviewed research articles to its credit.
 Activator CEO Judi Fuhr commented, “Research and education are the driving forces behind everything we do at Activator. We are pleased beyond measure to be able to offer practitioners a way to balance their personal and professional lives while maintaining their skills in this gentle, safe and effective method of adjusting that has provided relief and wellness to hundreds of thousands of patients.”
 Activator Methods International® is home to the full line of Activator® instruments and the Activator Method® of chiropractic instrument adjusting. Founded on the principles of clinical research, Activator Methods International has been providing chiropractic care, resources and training since 1967.  For more information please visit www.activator.com