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Surface EMG
Insight Millennium Subluxation Station


The different color bars indicate normal or nerve interference.

The different color bars indicate normal or nerve interference.

An assessment of nervous system function, this scan has two parts. Since only 10% of the nervous system carries pain sensation, pain is not an accurate indication of how much irritation or interference the nervous system is experiencing as a result of spinal dysfunction.

The first part of the assessment involves a thermal scan of the heat distribution along each side of the spine. Imbalance indicates dysfunction of the autonomic (or automatic) portion of the nervous system, since it controls the dilation of the blood vessels in the skin along with the function of the internal organs.

The second part of the assessment uses surface EMG (electromyograph) to pick-up imbalances in the tone of the muscles along the spine, by reading electrical output from the nervous system to the muscles. This indicates the functioning of the motor portion of the nervous system.

By conducting an initial exam, before starting treatment, and periodic follow up exams, the effectiveness of treatment can be properly monitored, and treatment modified accordingly to obtain the best possible results.

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