YOUR FIRST VISIT
The purpose of your first appointment is to analyze the health of your spine using various tools. Whether your symptoms are severe, mild, or non-existent, we must first determine the presence or absence of subluxations in your spine, which are misaligned vertebrae that cause compression, tension, irritation, and damage to the central nerve system.
The central nerve system is comprised of the brain and spinal cord, and gives rise to the spinal nerves. The central nerve system totally controls all functions of healing in the human body. Spinal subluxations cause the organs, muscles, and soft tissues of the body to malfunction and heal poorly, due to the interference they create in the central nerve system.
Symptoms are the body's warning signals that something has been malfunctioning for some time and has needed attention. In most cases, subluxations are present without symptoms or warning. Quite often, subluxations have existed for many years by the time a symptom arrives. If any subluxations are detected in your examination, we can help you.
The 3-step neuro-structural consultation and process consists of:
Postural Analysis: 1st Sign CNS Damage
Posture is the window to health. When your nervous system is interfered (subluxation) it alters your posture in an attempt to remove or compensate for the inteference in the brain-body connection. Your nervous system beats your heart, breathes for you, heals wounds, digests meals just to name a few of its many functions but it also alters posture when it needs to by controlling the postural system. Forwards head posture, short leg syndrome, rolled shoulders, tilted hips, curved spines, and hunching are all early signs of postural change outside that is indicative of altered nerve system function from subluxations (of the spine & nerve system) on the inside of you. A main marker of your health is determined through postural checks.
sEMG COMPUTERIZED NERVE SCAN
Thermal: Nerve Interference To Organ Systems
Muscle: Nerve Interference To Muscles
What does sEMG stand for? sEMG stands for Surface Electromyography. SEMG is a device that measures the amount of electrical activity your muscles release when they are contracting, more commonly known as muscle tension. It is similar in function to an EKG that measures heart muscle activity.
Vertebral Subluxations reduce your body's ability to maintain optimal 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.
X-Ray: Check Nerves & Structures
Due to the vital importance of the brain-body connection (the nervous system), it is protected by 24 individual bones called vertebrae. The vertebrae act just like breaker circuits in your house. If the power supply is 100% to delegated systems & cells then their performance & function & health will be the same. If subluxations create imbalance in nerve flow, communication & function, then systems & cells certainly reflect that. Who wants to live with a nerve system functioning at less than 100%?
X-ray allows us to check the vertebral structures that protect the vital nerve flow to the heart, hormonal, digestive, muscle, postural, immune, liver, kidney, bowel, bladder & joint systems to name a few. And more importantly to identify how subluxations may be intefering with these cells & systems function and hence your overall health & well-being!