• low back pain
  • abdominal pain
  • pelvic pain
  • leg pains
  • neuropathy

Examples of  phases of spinal decay are displayed above.

Conditions often associated with spinal decay include:

  • neck pain
  • headaches (including migraine)
  • arm hand/wrist pain
  • upper backpain
  • chestpain

Knowing the Master Control System is Essential

You nerves do so much more than simply transmit pain.  Most of the things your nervous system does go completely unnoticed.  But without all of these automatic functions we simply could not exist. 

Using time tested orthopedic and neurological exam procedures, appropriate imagery, neuro-scanning technologies and years of clinical experience, we will assess the vitality of your master control system, the nervous system.

Our focus is to provide you with the level of care you seek, and by understanding the cause of a condition we strive to achieve a permanent solution and not merely the suppression of symptoms.

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We have developed techniques that can address, stabilize and even correct the effects of spinal decay.  While x-rays may not be needed in every case, they are a useful tool for determining the extent of damage and the most efficient course of care to reach your health goals.

X-Rays, Decay, Symptoms and YOU

Besides revealing the presence of disease, injury or the absence of proper spinal curves, views of the spine can more easily show the long-term effects of neglected spinal trauma. We call this adaptation process spinal decay.

Spinal Decay is the process in the spine that has similarities to tooth decay in that it shows up usually because of injury or neglect. Also, just like tooth decay, it can happen to anyone, regardless of age. Because it is often seen in older people, many believe it’s merely the normal aging process. It is not. This progressively worsening, degenerative condition is often the result of uncorrected spinal dysfunction (patients commonly referred to this as "being out of line"). Spinal decay is the result of how the body adapts to the stress of gravity or dysfunction on the joint. Many people have spinal problems that they’ve ignored for years.

Our Best Diagnostic Tool is Knowledge and Experience

No technology can replace using conventional orthopedic and neurological physical exam tests combined with the application of knowledge and experience provided by a dedicated staff and doctors.  We believe that the mind and a strong desire to help are perhaps the greatest diagnostic tools we have, but we use the following on site technologies to enhance and clarify the art of our health care.

Combining the latest space-certified technology the Insight Subluxation Station combines state of the art neuro-thermography (measures autonomic nerve activity), surface electro-myography (measures muscular electrical activity), and autonomic response monitoring (measures our adaptability to stress) to provide a comprehensive assessment of the master control system. 
With it, we are able to establish a reliable, scientifically valid, quantitative, multidimensional representation of our patient’s condition – something never before possible. It enables us to analyze a patient’s condition more accurately. It enables us to communicate their findings more effectively. It enables both the doctor and the patient to track the effectiveness of treatment.
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Arriving at your diagnosis

One of our representatives will be happy to contact you within 24 hours. For urgent needs call us at: 2607248884