Computerized chiropractic is non-surgical device that relieve back and neck pain that is caused by pressure put on the spine. At SpineWise, we offer two different styles of treatments: traditional adjustments, which are done by hand, and instrument adjustments, which are performed with the help of a computerized tool. Here is a quick look at the differences between these two procedures.
Computerized tools have provided a new method of spinal adjustment. The underlying theory is still the same—the application of pressure to the affected joint in order to renovate mobility and correct subluxations. However, computerized instruments (including the ProAdjuster, used here at SpineWise offer advanced evaluations of individual joints before and after each treatment. For more additional information, you can click over here.
There are many of chiropractic techniques for performing this type of chiropractic adjustment. There is chiropractor how have to learn and maintain proficiency in for the proper spine adjustment. For this reason a chiropractor will choose one too many techniques to help his or her patients.
Advances in computers and engineering technologies have been able to uniquely mix with Chiropractic in order to both analyze and treat the human body in such a way that was never before realized.