Process of an assessment, diagnosis and treatment
The pelvis and leg joints are examined in detail by hand and a diagnosis is made.
In the second step, the pelvic correction exercise corresponding to the diagnosis is selected and performed with the patient. At home, the patient repeats the exercise himself for about 4 weeks and thus actively participates in his recovery process.
Finally, the spine is examined for spinal malpositions and displaced vertebrae are brought back into the correct position. Compared to chiropractic, the Hock method is much gentler, safer and more lasting.