Insight Millennium Subluxation Station
We start of with the Thermal Scan, which determines whether both sides of your spine are the same.
If your normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees, then both sides of your spine should be the same. Being the largest organ in the body, the skin and blood vessels underneath it work as the body's natural thermostat. When there is any kind of interference in the Central Nervous System, blood vessels are disturbed, therefore causing the body's thermostat to malfunction. This thermal scan provides us with the information that we need to monitor the Autonomic System in order to maintain proper function.
We then move on to the Surface Electromyography or SEMG Scan, which reads the amount of electric current in your muscles to determine how well your motor nerves are functioning.
Subluxation in your spine cause an abnormal amount of electric current to flow to your muscles. Muscle balance and symmetry is also determined with this scan. This part is extremely important because vertebrae in the spine depend on muscles to move properly. Abnormal electric currents on either side of the spine will cause muscle imbalance to occur, and as a result muscles can become weaker and fatigued. The SEMG Scan provides us with this information in order to detect these abnormal muscle patterns and correct them to get you on your way to better health.
The scan is a completely non-invasive procedure, which does not utilize any needles, electric shock or heat.
For more information, visit our office and get your nervous system checked!