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Computerized Diagnostic Testing

Computerized Diagnostic Testing

Most Advanced Technology Available

At Princeton Chiropractic Wellness Center your nervous system will be checked and monitored using the latest technology available.


The Tytron C-5000

The Tytron C-5000 is the latest development in paraspinal infrared thermographic scanners and represents the most technologically advanced chiropractic equipment available. This is used as an objective analysis of a patient's neurophysiology. This instrument is used for initial evaluation and reevaluation to monitor the patient's progress. Reliability and accuracy of this instrument is second to none. The C-5000 is used to assist chiropractors in the analysis and correction of vertebral subluxations (disturbances in the nervous system) which severely inhibit a persons ability to experience and express life.

Tytron C5000 Scanner This instrument measures skin temperatures on either side of the spine to see if messages are getting through the nervous system clearly.

The results of the scan are printed out in an easy to read format. If the results show that there are imbalances, which indicate disturbances in the nervous system, the doctor will explain the significance of the findings to each individual.

Tytron Scan

This instrument uses infrared sensors and emits NO radiation, so it is safe for people of all ages.


The Insight Subluxation Station:

Substation Equipment The Insight Subluxation Station is the latest development in computerized subluxation (disturbances in the nervous system) detection. The tests preformed on this instrument are used as an objective analysis of a patient's nervous system to help determine appropriate care. This instrument is used for initial evaluation and reevaluation to monitor the patient's progress. The Insight Subluxation Station is used as a tool to analyze vertebral subluxations (disturbances in the nervous system) which severely inhibit a persons ability to experience and express life. The tests that this machine performs include:

  • Thermography - Spinal temperature analysis to determine imbalances in the nervous system (similar to the Tytron C-5000).
  • Surface Electromyography - Measuring muscle tone and balance around the spine to locate disturbances in the nervous system.
  • Inclinometry - A tool used to measure range of motion in the spine.
  • NEWLY ADDED The Neuropulse - A tool to measure Heart Rate Variability (HRV).

Smart Sensors All tests performed with these diagnostic tools are totally painless and emit NO radiation so they are safe for anyone of any age.

The s-EMG sensors measure and record muscle activity on either side of the spine to detect nerve interference.

 


The Neuropulse: Pulse Wave Profiler

NeuroPulse With the Neuropulse, we measure the Heart Rate Variability (HRV) for each patient. HRV refers to the beat-to-beat variability of the heart, and provides incredible insight into autonomic nervous system function and has been shown in multiple studies to be a very good indicator of overall health. Though it may seem counterintuitive, a higher HRV is actually a good thing: it means that there is a greater variability in the time between heart beats so this organ is better able to respond to stress, sickness or physical activity. The more adaptable a patient's heart, the less damage any stress-related spikes will be for overall health and well-being. Chiropractic adjustments have been shown to improve HRV measurements in numerous studies. The Neuropulse readings give us a scientifically valid proof point to show patients exactly how chiropractic care is supporting their heart and promoting their overall well-being.

Read research paper by Dr. Cohn

OFFICE HOURS


Monday
10:30am - 1:30pm
3:30pm - 7:00pm


Tuesday
By Appointment Only


Wednesday
10:30am - 1:30pm
3:30pm - 7:00pm


Thursday
By Appointment Only


Friday
9:00am - 1:30pm
3:30pm - 5:00pm


Saturday
By Appointment Only

Princeton Chiropractic
Wellness Center

33 State Road Suite B
Princeton, NJ 08540
(609) 683-3996

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