Did you know that out of the 24 bones, most people only have 3-4 locked, which are the culprits of their symptoms?
The spinal bones can lock in flexion, extension, right rotation, left rotation, or a combination of the four. Viewing the spine in motion is the most accurate way to diagnose subluxation location as well as the direction of restriction. This allows for a highly specific adjustment.
Thermography scans are infrared technology which pick up temperature differentials in the nervous system demonstrating areas of interference and irritation.
The scans objectively measures pre and post adjustment outcomes
The scans allow for pattern work which will help identify which subluxation to adjust during the visit since each subluxation in the spine demonstrates a specific pattern
Unfortunately, many chiropractors do not x-ray their patients to identify a potential spinal issue.
The purpose of the x-ray is to assess the structural foundation of the spine in order to determine the degree of correction.
They also unveil areas of the spine that should not be adjusted due to fracture, tumor, arthritis, or disc instability.
Pulstar Instrument adjuster
Used to reinforce an adjustment made by hand, the PulStar system measures the stiffness of each joint and precisely applies the amount of force needed to adjust each vertebra.
It’s a gentle method of chiropractic care, without twisting, popping, or sudden movements and it’s safe for patients of all ages.
Dr. Casey uses this method on soft tissue to relax spastic muscles and small joints in the extremities
It can be helpful for patients who have spinal injuries, whiplash, joint fusions, osteoporosis, degenerative arthritis, and other conditions.