Impulse-Digital Spine Analysis and Treatment

Impulse-Digital Spine Analysis device is unique in preciseness in targeting spinal segments and renders impulses over the vertebrae with the help of a hand-held device. The variable adjustments modes controlled by a software program provide kinetic impulses at the targeted vertebrae at controlled speed, rate, and frequency with precision difficult to achieve manually. During the treatment mode, the instrument delivers highly-controlled impulses and the sensors analyse the tissue response to each impulse and modulates the frequency to maximize tissue response and release vertebral fixations for faster and accurate pain relief.

Introduction to the IMPULSE Differential Software Program

The Differential Software Analysis and Therapeutic Program is a sophisticated computer application that works with information provided by the sensor-based PulStar impulse head to:

Analyze the spinal stiffness of the patient.
Display the variations in stiffness along the spine.
Select levels of increased stiffness for release of fixations in targeted spinal segments.
Observe the response to a multiple impulse adjustment as it happens, in real time.
Analyze spinal stiffness immediately after the adjustment.
Display the response to the adjustment, for both the clinician and the patient.
Record patient information and adjustment data on each visit.
Review patient progress over time.
Print out patient records.

Unique features of the system allow for practitioner standardization in both spinal analysis and treatments. Other features allow the spine analysts and researcher to control variables providing great potential for research design.



"Our approach has not only simplified the treatments, but it also actively involves the patients to recover by our very simplified, yet very dynamic protocols, which has helped many patients recover from acute, sub acute, and chronic pain".