Innovative Imaging Techniques Enhance Treatment Choices for Patients in Need

In a breakthrough for chiropractic diagnostic technology, the Vertebral Motion Analysis (VMA) system is revolutionizing the way spinal motion is assessed. Integrated with an Alteration of Motion Segment Integrity (AOMSI) diagnostic device and a fluoroscope, the VMA application offers superior detection of vertebral alignment and motion dynamics over traditional static X-rays.

The system’s advanced capabilities provide clear, motion-based imaging—akin to watching a movie—which captures the precise movements of the spine, often overlooked in standard X-rays. This new method allows for a more accurate and patient-friendly examination process. The VMA’s specific motion support platform ensures that patients are perfectly aligned and able to achieve the full range of motion necessary during cervical exams.

The conventional method of flexion-extension X-rays falls short, as it depends on the patient’s own ability to bend without any guidance, often leading to inconsistencies. Meanwhile, VMA uses a tactile guide that helps patients follow a controlled flexion and extension pattern during imaging. Padded bolsters are in place to isolate the cervical spine and prevent hip movement, which can distort the results.

The system effectively stabilizes individual vertebral levels, allowing healthcare providers to gather quantitative, objective, and visual data, pinpointing the exact source of pain.

Source: Chiropractic Economics

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