Torque Release is a comfortable, low-force model of chiropractic care that allows for the locating of the primary source of nervous system interference. Adjustments are then made, primarily, with the use of the Integrator, an adjusting instrument that provides specific, replicable, and effective removal of that interference, thereby restoring the communication relationship between the brain and the body for improved overall function and healing capacity.
What is your CORESCORE?
Your CORESCORE is a number between 0-100 assigned to the cumulative results of three spinal-neural tests: Pulse Wave Profiler, Surface EMG, and Thermal Scan. The results of these tests indicate how stress is impacting your overall health and well-being. You live your entire life through your nervous system. Every movement, sensation, emotion and organ function is under the guidance of your nervous system. The information comprised in your CORESCORE provides an accurate picture of the level of efficiency at which your central nervous system is working.
- The Pulse Wave Profiler measures Heart Rate Variability (HRV), helping the doctor to determine your overall ability to adapt to the environment. Stressful lifestyle habits can cause the body to be caught in the “fight-flight” response, leading to exhaustion and a draining of the energy found within your nervous system. Low HRV is associated with accelerated aging and poor heart health. Published research has shown that chiropractic care has beneficial effects on HRV.
- The Surface EMG exam evaluates the function of the muscles that support and move your spine. This is done by measuring how much energy is being used to maintain your posture and how that energy is distributed throughout the muscles of your spine. Abnormal amounts of energy being used by these muscles can indicate areas of the spine that are out of balance. Muscle fatigue and poor energy distribution are signs of a person’s overall health being under stress. By precisely measuring muscle activity, your progress will be followed as your spine releases tension and the associated muscles regain proper control.
- The Thermal Scan is used to assess the part of your nervous system that helps control your organs, glands, and blood vessels. Each organ system relies on clear and balanced nerve signals to work efficiently. By precisely measuring differences in temperature along you spine, we get an indication of where stress is building up and how deeply it may be affecting bodily functions. Detecting interference within these nerve signals through the use of this scan allows for understanding and planning the most effective strategies for your care.