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How PulStar is Boosting the Science of Chiropractic

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As a Doctor of Chiropractic, you strive to provide your clients with the best treatment possible. From years of studying the human body to the continuing education you embrace, the path that led you to this point is a testament to your dedication to the craft of adjusting.

The process of consistent improvement requires keeping your finger on the pulse of innovation, learning new skills, and maintaining a standard of excellence within your practice. It is no easy task, but the rewards are great, both in terms of business and individual accomplishment. After all, offering your clients the very best services is the intersection of those things.

One of the most significant recent strides forward in the world of chiropractic is the advent of instrument adjusting, especially that which includes visualization technology. Companies like Sense Technology are bringing these innovations to Doctors of Chiropractic across the globe with tremendous results.

What exactly is visualized instrument adjusting, and how can it revolutionize your chiropractic practice? Read on to find out.

What is Visualized Instrument Adjusting?

The method traditionally used by most Doctors of Chiropractic is manual adjusting. This is what the vast majority of Doctors of Chiropractic are taught and how they spend their careers aiding people. We want to be clear here—there is nothing wrong with manual adjusting, and it certainly has its place in the modern world of chiropractic adjusting.

However, visualized instrument adjusting is the present and the future of chiropractic adjusting. To understand the immense benefits of these incredible tools, you must first know what they are and how they function.

Instrument adjusting is exactly what it sounds like—using instruments rather than your body to perform chiropractic adjustments. These tools are supremely capable and versatile, allowing you to adjust with pinpoint precision, deliver the exact right amount of force, and customize the adjustment to each client’s unique needs. The best adjustment instruments have a myriad of features that facilitate your work, including various impulse rate settings, fine tuning of the force being delivered, and more.

Accompanying these instruments is visualization technology. With the use of computerized palpation, this technology gives you a peek into the state of your patient’s internal health, which is then displayed for you on a screen. From muscular tightness to the alignment of the spine, the insights granted by visualization technology inform your adjusting, give you visual confirmation of progress, and alert you of any areas of potential problems.

Boosting Chiropractic

Your knowledge of human physiology is expansive thanks to years of schooling and an unwavering dedication to excelling in your field of expertise. With visualized instrument adjusting like that offered by the PulStar, you now have the tools to complement your extensive experience, skill, and understanding of adjusting.

Visualized instrument adjusting helps you apply your expertise in a more precise manner. In many ways, it takes the educated guesswork out of adjusting by giving you visual resources and pinpoint accuracy. Both of these tools enhance your ability to provide premier services to your clients, demonstrate the scientific approach Doctors of Chiropractic emphasize, and elevate your practice to new heights.

Not only do these tools improve your service and boost the confidence of your patients, but they also save your body from significant wear and tear. Manual adjusting can break your body down after years of hard labor. This shortens your career and damages your physical health. By using instruments, you can save yourself from these outcomes, giving your career as a Doctor of Chiropractic the longevity it deserves and preserving your body to live a long, fulfilling life.

The Cutting Edge of Innovation

Sense Technology has consistently positioned itself as the leader of invention and development. One recent example of this constant push for improvement is the PulStar’s compatibility with Apple’s new M1 processor.

As the first visualized instrument adjusting platform to take advantage of this incredibly powerful processor that sets benchmarks in graphics and speed, the PulStar has again positioned itself atop the pyramid of innovation as the industry standard.

As John Smarch, Doctor of Chiropractic from Jackson, Mississippi, says, “The new 3D software allows me to easily explain results to the patient and visually demonstrate suggested treatment plans.” He goes on to echo the sentiment of PulStar doctors across the country when he adds, “If you don’t have it, get it. Now.”

Boosting your chiropractic skills is as simple as investing in the right tools. With visualized instrument adjusting, you and your clients can literally see the culmination of your dedication to your passion as a Doctor of Chiropractic.

For more information on how the PulStar can revolutionize your practice for the better, in-depth breakdowns of the specific features the software and tools offer, and other learning resources, simply browse our website at your leisure or reach out to one of our experts.

Christian Evans

Christian Evans

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