Precise, Accurate Spinal Adjustments NUCCA, QSM3 and Advanced Orthogonal spinal correction depends upon precise mathematical calculations, physics and biomechanics.
Laser aligned X-rays are a critical part of ensuring your spinal correction is accurate and successful.
Every effort is made to keep x-ray exposure to a minimum, including the use of state-of-the-art High Frequency x-ray and various lead filters.
The doctor will take both pre- and post-correction x-rays from three different angles focusing on the skull, atlas and spine.
These x-rays determine the direction and degree of spinal misalignment. Using them, the doctor determines how to properly balance your spine.
The initial spinal pictures help the doctor determine precisely how to make the proper correction.
The post-correction pictures verify that he has indeed made the proper correction.