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Gonstead Technique in Bozeman

Discover the Gonstead Difference at Wellness Montana

Gonstead techniqueWhat sets us apart from other chiropractic offices in the Gallatin Valley is our exclusive use of the Gonstead System. This combination allows us to deliver the best results for our patients. It is no wonder that many people recognize and seek out Gonstead practitioners as the “gold standard” of chiropractic care.

We are proud to have patients who travel from across the state or even fly in to see us because they trust us to help them with their health concerns. Our approach is to find the root of the problem and specifically correct it. Our patients have found relief and hope in a variety of conditions, including autoimmune conditions. On top of finding relief from physical aches and pains in their body, our patients have gotten relief from:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Headaches
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Low energy
  • Digestive issues
  • Infertility
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Overall wellness

What is Gonstead?

The Gonstead Technique is a specific method of chiropractic care developed by Dr. Clarence S. Gonstead. It is known for its meticulous approach to analyzing and adjusting the spine, aiming to restore optimal health and function by addressing the root cause of spinal and nervous system issues. Dr. Anderson has been practicing this technique for many years, and has effectively helped thousands of patients.

Five Components Of The Gonstead Technique:

Talking to family

Case Management

The process begins with a thorough review of the patient’s medical history. This includes understanding past injuries, surgeries, and any current health issues to help determine the source of the problem.

Reviewing xrays


Sometimes, X-rays are taken to get a closer look at your spine’s structure and alignment, helping the chiropractor make more informed decisions about your care.

looking at spine model


The chiropractor looks at how your body moves and how you stand or sit to spot any potential issues.

Gonstead tool


Special tools are used to measure things like temperature and muscle activity to find areas of concern.

Dr. Justing checking baby

Static Palpation

By feeling your spine and surrounding tissues, the chiropractor can identify any areas that feel different or out of place.

Adjusting infant

Motion Palpation

This involves gently moving different parts of your body to detect any restricted or abnormal motion, which can indicate problems.



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