There are 4 parts of a subluxation. Misalignment. This is determined primarily with the spinograph. Same is true for occlusion. Often we can see the intervertebral foramina closing down and getting smaller. This creates pressure and if there is interference, then we have a subluxation. We use the Delta -T or Nervoscope to determine pressure and interference.
This is a temperature differential instrument. It measures heat. Heat is a source of inflammation and inflammation is usually what compresses nerves. However, Gonstead spoke of a “thermo-electric block.” He said the readings showed “more than heat.”
We run this up and down the spine to find a “break.” This break is the point of pressure and interference. Once an adjustment is given, this reading should lower, or return to zero. In this very rare clip, Gonstead explains that the reading should go to zero if a good adjustment occurs. Gonstead was so good that he built an airport at his clinic in the 1960s to accommodate out of towners! Imagine getting referrals from people around the world, without the existence of the internet!
The instrument is the most powerful tool to tell where and when to adjust. It gives immediate feedback if the nerve pressure has been reduced. The instrument is “instrumental” in analysis can correction of subluxations. Don’t wait for years before getting help and call us today to schedule a consultation with your San Diego Gonstead Chiropractor in Carlsbad.
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