Chiropractic care is a natural approach to healing that is focused on the spinal column. The spine is critical in the proper functioning of the whole body, and this means that many problems like back pain, neck pain, and headaches can often be traced to an imbalance or irregularity in the spine. Dr. Linder will diagnose spinal problems and then provide effective solutions that require no drugs or invasive therapy. Spinal manipulations and other chiropractic techniques can gently and naturally relieve pain and problems by balancing the spine.
Bryant Park Wellness uses the latest and most advanced tools to measure all aspects of spinal function. Exams are customized based on the individual patient and their specific needs.
In addition to a hands-on exam, other diagnostic techniques may include:
This technology works much like an EKG. Rather than tracking the muscles in the heart, the muscle compensation patterns needed to keep a patient upright are evaluated in an electromyography exam. The muscles tend to guard against pain by tensing up, and the electromyography exam identifies exactly where this is happening.
One of the main jobs of the spine is the protection of the spinal cord, thus spinal distortion can often result in nervous system problems. The spinal digital tomography instrument evaluates how well the autonomic nervous system is functioning. Since the autonomic nervous system is responsible for controlling and coordinating all of the body's vital organs and functions, it needs to function at its peak at all times. A spinal digital tomography exam is an important part of preventive care.
This type of screening helps identify poor body mechanics that may be placing excess stress on the body's joints and tissues. A functional movement screening looks for the type of limitations and irregularities that can cause imbalances and may, therefore, lead to serious movement issues. This test can help Dr. Linder identify which specific exercises may be most helpful in the healing process.
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