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Insight Scanning Technology utilizes Surface Electromyography (sEMG) to detect hidden patterns of

damaging stress, and tracks changes in the muscles along the spine.

This computerized stress analysis identifies abnormal Central Nervous System

functionality even before symptoms are present. 

We scan the nervous system to identify the origins of a deficiency or infirmity; to pinpoint the underlying cause of a symptom or symptoms. The benefit of these scans is to detect disfunction that is not often painful until the damage is severe -- similar to a heart attack, the underlying issue (a blockage in the vascular system) 

is not obvious until blood flow to the heart has been stopped.

This scan and method, however, show if there are any subluxations (misalignments) causing stress on the nervous system, and how it is affecting or will affect one's organs, glands, muscles & energy level.

The sEMG evaluates the function of the muscles that support and move the spine; these muscles are controlled by the nerves endings attached to the spine. The scan measures how much energy is needed to maintain one's posture and how it is distributed throughout the muscles. We, then, calculate a score based on the scan, comparing one's results against a healthy spine. If too much energy is used (ie when a spine is out of balance,) the test score will be lower than normal. Over time, daily stress continues to exhaust these muscles, causing them to lose their support and mobility. Muscle fatigue and poor energy distribution are signs of a person’s entire health being stressed and overworked. By regularly measuring muscle activity, the evolution of one's progress can be tracked as a spine releases tension and returns to a state of control, mobility, relief and overall health. 

In addition, sEMG is:

  • FDA registered

  • Non-invasive

  • Painless

  • A non-radiation method

  • Safe for kids and pregnant woman

  • Less that 10 minutes/scan


Surface Electromyography

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