The Back on Trac decompression table represents a cutting-edge innovation in spinal decompression therapy. The Back on Trac aims to provide patient comfort, without the use of bulky harnesses, during compression treatments. The Back on Trac offers 21 different protocols to help with disc bulges, herniations, sciatica, and some scoliosis conditions. Patients experience a gentle and controlled stretching of the spine, promoting the relief of pressure on intervertebral discs and facilitating the natural healing process. Integrating the Back on Trac decompression table into our office gives our patients another alternative to avoid back surgery.
The integration of digital X-ray technology has revolutionized diagnostic practices and patient care. Digital X-rays offer chiropractors a non-invasive and highly detailed insight into the musculoskeletal system, allowing for a comprehensive evaluation of the spine and posture. No harsh chemicals are used to develop the radiograph films, so it is more environmentally friendly. Moreover, the reduced radiation exposure associated with digital X-rays aligns with the chiropractic philosophy of minimizing unnecessary interventions while maximizing healthcare benefits. The digital format allows for easy storage, retrieval, and sharing of patient records, promoting seamless collaboration between healthcare professionals and enhancing overall patient management.
Infrared thermography is a technology used to detect slight temperature variations along the spine. This can give our doctors information about how the body is dealing with stress and how well the body is in balance. Infrared thermography is safe to use with all ages from newborns to adults. The scans do not assess pain but look at function. A better-functioning body has a better chance to heal and regulate the way it was designed.