Abnormal levels of muscle tension are often associated with subluxation.
Computerized Spinal Examination through Surface Electromyography (sEMG) is used to evaluate the relative levels or electrical activity associated with Vertebral Subluxation.
When a spinal bone (Vertebrae) is misaligned (Subluxated,) spinal nerves can become irritated leading to many negative effects. By interfering with the communication between the brain and the rest of the body, a Vertebral Subluxation leads to improper electrical impulses, which can lead to poor health.
Computerized sEMG Scanning provides qualitative and quantitative data to assist the Doctor of Chiropractic in evaluating which areas/levels of the nervous system are being adversely affected by Vertebral Subluxations.