Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) is a gentle, holistic, chiropractic technique that can be enjoyed by the whole family, and is the main adjusting technique utilised at Little Mountain Chiropractic.  SOT is an effective method of caring for body pain and dysfunction within the musculoskeletal system.

Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) looks for patterns of relationship and dysfunction in the spine and body, rather than in a single area, and allows for comprehensive assessment and correction of the pelvis, spine, cranium and organ systems. The technique is so named for the important relationship between the base of the spine, the sacrum, and the base of the skull, the occiput. 

 SOT chiropractors understand the mechanics and neurology of the body in an organised and practical way. Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) integrates easily and seamlessly with other chiropractic systems, so practitioners can use several different techniques and approaches simultaneously to gather large amounts of information and then correct the underlying problem using effective, gentle and specific methods. At Little Mountain Chiropractic pelvic blocks are used to balance the pelvis and restore normal function to the musculoskeletal system.  We also incorporate Activator technique, Diversified Manual Adjusting and Cranial Specific Adjusting with Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) to allow our practitioners to cater for each individual, and every stage of life.

All Chiropractors at Little Mountain Chiropractic are trained and experienced in Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT). We are a registered Chiropractic provider for most health funds, including being a preferred provider for BUPA and Medibank Private. We also participate with DVA & Medicare EPC plans with GP referrals.

Located at the southern end of the Sunshine Coast, our practice is easily accessible from the surrounding suburbs including Caloundra, Aura, Baringa, Banya, Nirimba, Meridan Plains, Palmview, Aroona, Golden Beach, Pelican Waters and is only 5 minutes from the Bruce Highway.