Who is our specialized instrument adjusting for?

  • Patients immediately after a major injury and are too tight or tense for a manual adjustment - what chiropractors call "acute"

  • Pregnant women

  • Infants and toddlers

  • Elderly

  • Someone afraid of a manual adjustment

If you are suffering from back pain, you’re not alone— about 80 percent of adults in the U.S. report experiencing back pain at some point in their lives, and many of them never seek treatment.

Yet in today’s chiropractic world, multiple impulse technology offers a gentle solution that leaves patients pain-free in a fraction of the time without the twisting, popping and cracking of traditional chiropractic methods. In fact, chiropractors are finding that multiple impulse therapy tools such as the PulStar can effectively treat pain from musculoskeletal misalignments anywhere on the body— not just in the back.


How It Works

The computer analyzes your spine and identifies tight areas that need treatment, then it helps the doctor apply precise pressure in precise areas.

The chiropractor uses the PulStar to direct a gentle impulse to the patient’s spine. It records the resistance given back to that force, then displays a graphic representation on the computer screen.

The chiropractor uses the PulStar to direct a gentle impulse to the patient’s spine. It records the resistance given back to that force, then displays a graphic representation on the computer screen.

Patients often feel greatly reduced pain in three or four visits.

Patients often feel greatly reduced pain in three or four visits.

Using impulse therapy, the doctor applies precise pressure in precise areas–no cracking and popping.

Using impulse therapy, the doctor applies precise pressure in precise areas–no cracking and popping.

Patients often feel greatly reduced pain in three or four visits.  

Patients often feel greatly reduced pain in three or four visits.