St Louis Chiropractor
Dr. Adam Tanase
8057 Watson Road
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Why We're Different
There are hundreds of chiropractic offices within the St. Louis metro area. Choosing one can be difficult if you don't know how to find the right chiropractor for your needs. Here are 7 reasons to choose Big Idea Clinic:
Experience: Dr. Tanase has analyzed and studied thousands of head and neck x-rays. His knowledge of the cervical spine draws interest from patients across the country.
Expertise: As the official chiropractic expert for MedHelp.org, Dr. Tanase's clinical advice is sought by hundreds of people each year.
Excellence: Dr. Tanase is committed to providing you with the most specific chiropractic care possible, and will always provide honest and effective recommendations.
Respect: Dr. Tanase respects your time, and will teach you specific ways to strengthen your spine to avoid the need for frequent adjustments.
Computerized Infrared Thermography:
Thermography is an FDA-approved medical technology used as a neurodiagnostic procedure. This technology is utilized in our office by scanning a temperature-sensitive device over the spine. A computerized analysis produces a graph which reveals dysfunction in the nervous system. This procedure is used on every visit to objectively monitor improvements over the course of your care.
Painless Adjustments Without Twisting, Cracking, or Popping:
Dr. Tanase's adjustments are tailored to your unique spinal misalignment. This level of precision eliminates the need for rotational manipulation of the cervical spine, and is delivered in a neutral side-posture position. Following your spinal correction, patients relax in a comfortable resting suite that helps maximize the effectiveness of your adjustment.
Precision Laser-Aligned Radiography:
Dr. Tanase utilizes precision laser-aligned radiography for the most accurate and effective x-rays available. Since standard x-ray technology is inadequate for this purpose, a high precision laser-aligned x-ray instrument is used. The x-ray images are then analyzed to determine the three-dimensional displacement of your upper cervical vertebrae. Rest assured, radiological examinations are only performed when clinically necessary to insure proper patient care.