What makes our x-rays different?
· We do a unique procedure with x-ray that involves the process of first taking them to examine the anatomy utilizing biomechanics software that is accurate to the 100th of a degree or millimeter
· Unique patient positioning of the anatomy in order to provoke stress and reveal the weaknesses of the core supportive tissues.
· A detailed computer analysis and measurements graphed.
· Constructing a relevant plan from real, tangible data acquired from multiple dimensions of stressed positioning to build a 3D compilation of the weak and problematic biomechanics structures.
· We utilize the data to blend and synergize data obtained from other tests that demonstrate and pinpoint areas of inflammation, autonomic dysfunction and balance of controlled neurologic geography.
· The biomechanical assessment becomes a substantial biometric baseline/platform for contrast and comparison of future studies in determining your levels of stability and improvement or healing.
· This biometric biomechanical system allows laser targeting accuracy to identify your exact problems to the 100th of a degree.
· This allows us to create a care plan that removes guessing and random treatment allocation based on follow-up results.
· This equates to a more direct route of recovery from the cause of your symptoms.
· More importantly, without this biometric biomechanical analysis you cannot possibly identify hazard areas that may need soft tissue rehab rather than direct force or thrusts.
· The process allows the Doctor to administer the appropriate level of pressure induced on the patient with a chiropractic adjustment that would be safe and necessary.
· Unsafe hazards or contraindications are easily identified. Allowing us to shift to another safe alternative therapy.
· Some patients may even find that their condition altogether may not be the best choice for specific therapies through this analysis.
· The core intent of this process is safety, data collection, problem and target/identify the problem in order to create a successful strategy for stability of your condition or possibly correction.
· Using this strategy affords you the peace of mind, hope, and understanding that every human being deserves.
· The data can be conceived as good or bad in regards to your current level of health much like lab work indicating normal levels versus high levels of something measured.
· A damaged or torn ligament in the knee may not be completely realized with normal to low activities. However adding stress to that damage ligament in your knee will yield significant movement and potential pain.
· Getting to the core of your actual problem that is creating the undesirable neurologic response and measuring it so that action steps can be taken is the achievable goal.
· After identifying the problem comes the solution, when possible.
· The Dr. initiates a biomechanical, corrective, and constructive change with “aimed” intent in reducing “bad” numbers acquired through the x-ray process.
· This patient centered, unique, and individual procedure is the first step in the care plan directed towards your specifically requested goals from pain relief to function.