How is APBC Different from other manipulative therapy course

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APBC – Advanced Postural Biomechanical Correction treats the segmental painful area, tissue causing symptoms, but also balances the entire pelvic base, including the sacrum, coccyx, pubic joint, entire rib cage, complete spinal column L5-C1.

We have specific assessment for the occipital-bone, Axis, Atlas & TMJ. These subluxations or misalignments always come together. We always balance distal and proximal to painful site.

APBC has some nice assessment methods and techniques to balance the upper & lower extremities. Our Sports Extremity course is great for limb pain or speed up sport injuries recovery. Many professional & amateur athletes can benefit from subluxation prevention treatments prior to training or competition.

Our APBC SI J and spinal course is currently 2 x 5 day programs. It’s strongly advised to study both parts to be a effective & safe practitioner.

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APBC is not a segmental manipulative therapy course, but a holistic full body balancing program that leaves your regular patients or athletes feeling amazing. The patients are always happy to give you more referrals.

What type of manipulation are used in APBC?
For minor misalignments or not too serious subluxations, we use very gentle low force HVT techniques, either with our hands or an Adjuster-Pro manipulating instrument. We always respect the patients wishes and always try the more gentle approach first which works in 80% of cases.


What happens after 4-6 sessions of gentle APBC has not given results ?
We only use high amplitude HVT dynamic techniques for non-responsive Discogenic pain & Disc problems with Radicular symptoms/neuropathy.


Anterior subluxations
There is also a big focus on finding anterior subluxations in the Lumbar, Thoracic, cervical spine. Once an anterior subluxation has developed, there are no muscles posteriorly to self correct. The majority of osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists do not have any techniques to fix vertebral anterior misalignments or subluxations.

Anterior vertebral subluxations will respond to gentle techniques partially, but not 100%. Usually they will need a high amplitude HVT dynamic technique.
Foot note:
Q.What is the difference between a misalignment or Subluxation ?

A Subluxation in APBC it is a joint that is misaligned, has restricted ROM that is causing pain. A misalignment is a precursor of a subluxation, the joint is not perfectly aligned, but not causing pain yet.

Our APBC Instructors will teach you how to find subluxations &
misalignments with our APBC protocol:

  • Visualization
  • Static palpation
  • Motion palpation
  • APBC fascia testing,
  • special APBC new neurological tests
  • Confirmation with EMG studies via a PC. Backed up with peer review
  • PhD papers to prove subluxation.


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