Auto Injuries Care

DynaROM is a device that allows objective documentation of patient’s response to soft tissue injury. Several tests are conducted to measure flexion, extension, left and right lateral flexion, and left and right rotation

Myovision, DynaROM, and Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis are technologies used to measure muscular compensation about the spine, to test for pain as a result of soft tissue injury, and to accurately assess damage to the spine.

DynaRom

Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis (CRMA)

Myovision

Myovision

Myovision utilizes technology similar to the EKG to measure muscular compensation about the spine. Muscle activity is important because muscle compensates for pain by tensing up to brace and guard. Myovision documents this pattern of muscular guarding, establishing need for care and tracking progress over time.

Arrows pointing show the direction of imbalance. High readings (red) occur in acute phase of spinal subluxation or injury and low readings (yellow) occur when muscles are in chronic state of fatigue. Electrophysiological (EP) stress score is the sum of all muscle activity readings, and high EP stress score indicates acute state of subluxation.

DynaROM

DynaROM is used to test for pain as a result of soft tissue injury from an auto accident or work injury

Sensors placed on the body measure both range of motion and muscle guarding response simultaneously

This device allows objective documentation of patient's response to soft tissue injury

Several tests are conducted to measure flexion, extension, left and right lateral flexion and left and right rotation

Top graph shows muscle guarding and bottom graph shows range of motion

Range of motion graph shows quality of motion and how the patient moved in that motion

DynaROM has revolutionized the process of quantifying soft tissue injury by keeping doctors focused on the quality of data

Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis (CRMA)

CRMA analyzes the angles and distances between bones in the spine using a computer and xrays to accurately assess damage to the spine. It determines the severity and location of spinal ligament injuries. For attorneys, CRMA provides objective medical evidence of injury to help prove the patient's injuries in court. CRMA is accepted in evidence-based medicine as a reliable method of assessing spine damage.

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