A specific system of analysis and correction to the spine. Developed by Dr. Walter Vernon Pierce, a combination of the best chiropractic techniques were used to form the Pierce results system. A pioneer in Chiropratic research, Dr. Pierce developed technology to better the technique. This technology included both diagnostic and treatment technology.
The Visualizer is a state of the art imaging system that records the spine in real time motion. This technique provides the doctor with information that can not be found on a standard x-ray because the spine will exibit either a lack of, or excess of motion that regular pictures can not obtain. This motion picture reading can also demonstrate muscular and ligamentous damage.
Pulstar FRAS. Specific computerized adjusting of the spine utilizing the Force Recording Analysis System, or FRAS. This computer controlled spinal analysis system will administer a measured impulse to each vertebrae, measure than plot a graph of the spinal regions global motion. The doctor then analyzes the information compares it to the other gathered clinical information and selects the segment to be adjusted. As the adjustment is administered to the spine the FRAS will monitor the vertebral motion and stop the adjustment specifically when the vertebrae has moved to it's proper position, automatically (based on the previous analysis). This method of adjusting is more specific to the patients actual needs at that particular time.
TYTRON 5000 or the DTG-25, are instrument's that takes a thermography or infared heat reading of the spine and surrounding tissue and produces a graphic readout. This graph display will tell the doctor if the patient is in pattern and in need of an adjustment. Post adjustment the pattern will change to a normal reading.