Date(s) - 29/10/2020 - 30/10/2020
Quadruped Logan Basic Technique
with Silvia Marti Korff, DVM, Spain, and Dr. Donald Moffatt, DVM, DVSc., Germany
Thursday and Friday, (9 am – 6pm), Oct. 29th & 30th, 2020 at the Heimathaus Sittensen, 27419 Sittensen, Northern Germany
The Logan Basic technique is a very low force chiropractic adjustment treatment involves the muscular structure that surrounds the sacrum and is used as a lever system. The Logan Basic Chiropractic Technique treats the muscles that control spinal balance in order to release this tension. This Technique is based on the theory that soft-tissue therapies, when applied with extremely light pressure, are more helpful in relaxing the tissues when compared to deeper pressures commonly used in other soft tissue therapies such as massage.
To perform the Logan Basic technique, light pressure on a leverage spot on the sacral bone while supplementary contacts at different points in the spine or along some particular muscles such as the piriformis can also be used. The doctor will then hold this pressure for a few minutes as they use the other hand to rub the back muscles to release tension. This causes the entire spine to move toward balance. The light pressure that is applied allows the muscles to relax. The Logan Basic technique is a very gentle, but extremely effective, chiropractic treatment.