Frequently Asked Questions

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What is C.A.T.S.?

A. C.A.T.S 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.

What is different about your technique? Compare it to the other cranial techniques: CST, SOT, AK, DNFT, Blye and Biocranial.

A. Most of the other 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 technique 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 techniques. With C.A.T.S. the results are immediate and dramatic. C.A.T.S. is only taught to Chiropractors. DC’s that have taken C.A.T.S and all the other cranial techniques, rate C.A.T.S. as the best.

I have a busy practice and do not have 30 minutes to hold a contact.

A. C.A.T.S. adjustments take an average of 6 seconds.

The bones in the skull are fused, how do you propose to move them?

A. EEG testing measured brain waves before, during and after C.A.T.S. cranial adjustment. The brain waves became more balanced, the difference between a high Theta and a low Beta pattern became much less. The testing consistently measured a 25 to 30 % improvement in brain wave performance.

How can you tell which bones in the skull are misaligned?

A. All it takes is good palpation skills and the experienced C.A.T.S. instructions to identify cranial subluxations accurately.

How long does it take to learn?

A. This workshop teaches a “take it home and use it technique”. Our clients report reproducing the same amazing results on the Monday morning after taking Level I.

What kind of conditions can be helped with C.A.T.S.?

A. The list is very long; any condition which involves the brain or cranial nerves can be affected by a cranial subluxation.
For more details on applicable conditions, and articles consult our patient web site: http://turnerwellness.com

What can be done when a patient has had a head injury, birth trauma or concussion?

A. Refer them to a C.A.T.S. practitioner, or become one yourself.