When we are taking care of patients, we rely on the input of all the parts of our system. One of our most important skills is analysis of instrument data and x-ray finding. Reading thermograph readings and interpreting FRAS computer instrument graphs mesh with x-ray info in order to help choose whether an adjustment is needed, if
previous adjustment were successful,
what to adjust and which order to adjust vertebrae. Without definitive x-ray analysis and interpretation, we would be unable to make these decisions. Our x-ray analysis was developed by some of the greatest chiropractors in history. These methods have been used and refined for more than a century. The late Dr. Walter V. Pierce of Dravosburg, PA heavily contributed to the revision of modern chiropractic x-ray analysis and introduced video x-ray to the profession. While based in this x-ray analysis, we employ all of our technology and know-how in order to use multiple sources of information to triangulate and identify vertebral subluxations. This allows us to have a very complete and successful chiropractic package.