I use several adjusting techniques in my practice. My primary approach is low force techniques. These include a Neuromechanical Impulse IQ instrument that lightly taps the vertebra until it unlocks and is moving at 6 vibrations per second. At this point, a computer chip senses the motion and turns the instrument off. I use another low force instrument named an Activator. Although I use manual adjustments when needed, my approach is to use as little force as necessary to correct the subluxation and restore the flow of the innate intelligence.