Every back is unique and should also be treated individually. Therefore exact, thorough diagnosis is crucial, before and during therapy.
The spinal column should be examined not only in upright posture but also in flexion (bending) and in terms of muscular stability. This is the only way for a specialist to specifically analyse the mobility of every single vertebral segment. For example, just because someone can bend over and touch the floor with their fingertips keeping their legs straight, this is not necessarily indicative of good flexion in the spinal column. Such mobility frequently comes from the hip joints and is incorrectly attributed to the back. An incorrect diagnosis such as the aforementioned can negatively affect a patient’s treatment.
X-rays should not be taken too often because of the radiation levels involved. The radiation-free analysis of the spine is an excellent alternative.
The check-up takes only a few minutes, detects specific anomalies and visualises them immediately on the screen. Clear graphics and animations make it possible to explain the initial situation and inform patients about possible forms of therapy. Patient learn about their health situation and understands the possible action that can be taken; this has a positive impact on the success of the therapy.
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