An in-depth consultation and examination are vital in determining a patient’s current health status and medical history. These help ascertain a patient’s level of health and to help develop the appropriate care plan.
The digital infrared scan is obtained by moving a thermographic scanner along both sides of the cervical spinal column. This scan will be performed at the beginning of each visit to determine if nerve interference is present.
If upon examination, we determine that nerve irritation exists, an accurate view of the cervical spine may be necessary. The x-ray films are analyzed by the doctors to determine the misalignment of the upper cervical vertebrae.
Based on the information gathered from the x-ray films, examination, and thermal scan, a “tailor-made” adjustment is performed. Each person is uniquely made and requires a specialized, specific adjustment.
By resting following an Upper Cervical Specific Adjustment, we find patients get better results and heal quicker. This also leads to patients not having to come in as often over time and reaching their overarching health goals.