How can you incorporate positional release into your practice?​

High volume: use your technique and keep these methods of analysis and treatment in your back pocket to: 1) use on delicate or fearful patients and 2) use the analytical portion to priortize the primary subluxation, then adjust as you see fit.​

Medium volume environment: 1) Use your own protocol or a tender point scan to assess and your own technique to adjust. Then, check the thoroughness of what you have done by scanning the corralary tender point areas around your adjustments to see if you are done, and finish with positional releases as needed.​

Low volume: Use positional release techniques as a first choice to deeply unwind subluxations, and add other techniques as necessary.​