Dr Solofsky

Dr.  Solofsky

Dr. Brian Solofsky began private practice in 1988. He taught X-ray analysis and adjusting while on faculty at Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic. He presents continuing education workshops on Chiropractic Practice and Principals; Patient Office Procedures; Pre and post x-rays; Spinal and Extremity adjusting.

As a proficient manual adjustor, Dr. Solofsky continued on to develop a unique set of protocols that judiciously blend instruments into a traditional hands-on work flow. This synergy assists practitioners to adjust their patients using less effort and reduce wear and tear on their own bodies.

Parts of the interview from Dr. Koch Book “Conversation with Chiropractic Technique Masters” For the full interview and to purchase the book: techniqueinstitute.net/dr.-bill-koch.html

KOCH: I agree that chiropractic should be chiropractic, based on traditional principles with a good foundation in traditional techniques. But that does not mean we cannot embrace modern technology that can enhance classical chiropractic technique. You and I both use instrument adjusting as well as adjusting “by hand.”

SOLOFSKY: Yes, Bill. Instrument adjusting plays an important role in my adjusting protocols. There are things I can do with my hands that I cannot do with adjusting instruments and there are things I can do with adjusting instruments that I cannot do with my hands.

In my seminars, Principles 2 Adjusting™, the first weekend is Principles 2 Practice™, the second weekend is Principles 2 Adjusting™ and the third weekend is Principles 2 Analysis™. When doctors complete the series, they should understand not only what needs to be done on any given patient, but how and when to do it.

Koch: My personal comments on the work of Dr. Solofsky:

While I have not yet personally attended any of Dr. Solofsky’s seminars, I have reviewed his manual and looked at some of his DVDs and can say that his work is impressive. Additionally, we have many hours of animated conversation, which I found very interesting and enjoyable. While our methods differ in some aspects, for example, I do not use a drop table we do have a lot in common. Because we use the same electronic instruments and both use similar instrument adjusting and manual techniques within the framework of our individual protocol styles.

Dr Solofsky’s Courses:

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