Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Saturday:  9:00 am - 12 Noon

Sunday:  Closed

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6781 Farm to Market 1102

New Braunfels, TX  78132


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A chiropractic adjustment typically involves:

What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?


Watson Lane Chiropractic and Wellness

New Braunfels Chiropractor ~ Dr. Vanessa Vajdos DC


​- Serving New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin and Canyon Lake -

For your first chiropractic adjustment, call Watson Lane Chiropractic 830-632-5008.

  • A high velocity, short lever arm thrust applied to a vertebra


  • An accompanying, audible release of gas (joint cavitation) that is caused by the release of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide, which releases joint pressure (cavitation).


  • A relieving sensation most of the time, although minor discomfort has been reported (that usually lasts for a short time duration) if the surrounding muscles are in spasm or the patient tenses up during this chiropractic care. 


It should be known that joint cavitation or cracking does not occur at times, typically as a result of significant muscle splinting or the patient not being adequately relaxed during the chiropractic manipulation.


At times like this, it is sometimes best for the chiropractor to apply ice, have the patient rest, or do electrical stimulation and massage prior to attempting the chiropractic adjustment.