- Is it painful?
- Why is muscle activity important?
- How does this relate to chiropractic?
- It is designed by a NASA trained sEMG researcher who specializes in the development and manufacturing of sEMG.
- It is the only chiropractic instrument to have all research papers published in well-respected journals by researchers with no financial ties to the company.
- It is the only multifunctional sEMG with research data of high enough caliber to be considered admissible in court.
- It was recently awarded a unanimous Superior Court (USA) victory in Florida, as being medically valuable.
1. Is it painful?
Not at all. It is totally non-invasive and does not cause pain or irritation. This makes it totally safe for infants, children, pregnant women or seniors. This also allows us to create an excellent treatment protocol if a patient is unable to be x-rayed, or simply does not need x-rays. It simply requires the placement of small probes against the skin, with the test taking only a few minutes to complete.
2. Why is muscle activity important?
Muscles have a tendency to "brace" in response to misalignments known as 'Vertebral Subluxations'. These spinal subluxations interfere with how your nervous system works, affecting muscles, blood vessels, internal organs, and causing pain.
3. How does this relate to chiropractic?
Vertebral subluxations reduce your body's ability to maintain its health. When vertebral subluxations are present, the nervous system is negatively affected resulting in increases or decreases in muscle activity. The sEMG shows the muscular component of the 'Vertebral Subluxation Complex - VSC'. Our jobs as chiropractors is to detect and correct these vertebral vubluxations by a simple and effective procedure called an "adjustment" that restores healthy joint motion and nerve transmission. The MyoVision scan helps show where and when the body is "out of alignment". Follow-up scans demonstrate when your problem has been corrected.
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