What’s Causing Your Pain?
Getting a Static Spinal Muscle Exam can help you find out.
What is a Static Spinal Muscle Exam?
A Static Spinal Muscle Exam is a functional test that measures muscle guarding and range of motion at the same time as the patient moves. By moving the patient, we effectively elicit measurable pain responses and guarding when soft tissue injury is present.
This technique is not painful and does not cause irritation which makes this process safe for children, pregnant women, and seniors. It simply requires the placement of small electrodes against the skin.
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How Can a Static Spinal Muscle Exam Help Me?
The Static Spinal Muscle Exam is used to test for documenting the quality and quantity of soft tissue (muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and disc) injury from an auto accident or work injury. Sensors are placed on the body to measure both how far you can bend, and your muscle guarding response. The resulting data is used to aid in establishing need for care, tracking your progress over time, and substantiating the cause of injury.
If you’ve been injured or in an accident, Static Spinal Muscle Exam results can help ensure that you receive the necessary care and help in maximizing your recovery. START NOW and schedule a Static Spinal Muscle Exam today.
Is it painful?
Not at all. It is non-invasive and does not cause pain or irritation. This makes it safe for children, pregnant women and seniors. It simply requires the placement of small electrodes against the skin.
What do the results mean?
Colors indicate level of tension, with blue, green, yellow, and red corresponding with very low, average, moderately high, and high readings respectively. Percent difference displayed is the difference between left and right sides at the level measured, with arrows pointing the direction of imbalance.
Both very high (red) and very low (blue) readings are significant. High readings (red) are typically seen in the acute phase of spinal subluxation or injury, while very low readings (blue) are commonly seen when muscles are in a chronic state of fatigue.
How does this relate to my health?
Just as blood pressure cuff is used to track your cardiovascular health, the Static Muscle Scan is used to track your spinal health. The data helps determine the proper course of care and track your progress over time.