About

C.A.T.S.  (Cranial Adjusting Turner Style) is a scientifically proven, neurologically-based and subluxation-specific cranial adjusting technique. It produces very dramatic results on physical, neurological and mental conditions, many of which were previously thought of as incurable. It is basic chiropractic philosophy: when a cranial bone is out of place, it causes neurological dysfunction; put it back into place and restore that function.

Cranial bones do move.
Cranial bones do move.

Most of the other cranial adjusting techniques use a very light touch, but C.A.T.S applies more energy in a specific direction to measurably (using electronic calipers) move the cranial bones. One of the other cranial adjusting techniques is one adjustment for everything. There are 22 bones in the skull that can move in 6 different directions. Therefore, C.A.T.S Level I has 86 different adjusting techniques. With C.A.T.S the results are immediate and dramatic. C.A.T.S is only taught to chiropractors. DCs who have taken a a C.A.T.S. workshop or workshops and all the other cranial adjusting techniques, rate the C.A.T.S. as the best the most effective means for producing results for physical, neurological and mental conditions.

C.A.T.S. is taught at three levels through workshops and learning materials, including DVDs — all available through the C.A.T.S. website.

About Dr. Roger Turner

Roger Turner, DC. has been a practicing chiropractor since 1985, with 23 years doing cranial adjusting, using his C.A.T.S. technique and 8 years teaching C.A.T.S. to chiropractors in Canada, the US and the Dominican Republic.

The C.AT.S. method has helped people of all ages suffering from headaches and head injuries. I have also seen thousands of special needs children with learning disorders and brain injuries and have been able to help them using my cranial adjustment technique. and health care programs customized to their needs.

Dr. Turner developed C.A.T.S. in response to his son’s head injury in a cycling accident, which affected his sight and hearing. Through correcting the misaligned bones in his son’s skull, the boy made a full and rapid recovery.

The C.A.T.S. method has helped people of all ages suffering from headaches and head injuries. He has also seen thousands of special needs children with learning disorders and brain injuries and helped them using his cranial adjustment technique.

Dr. Turner has trained more than 1,000 chiropractors in his C.A.T.S. technique in North America and beyond. He is also the author of more than 70 articles and books on chiropractic, cranial adjusting and wellness.