10. Instrumentation 9-22-10

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Unformatted text preview: Instrumentation Copyright © Strazewski Hippocrates observed over 2400 years ago that body temperature varied when his patients where ill. Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Blood has many functions, one of the most important being that of distribution of heat. Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Temperature in any given area of the skin is a reflection of the neurological control of that area. Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Temperature measuring devices Copyright © Strazewski Temperature measuring devices Copyright © Strazewski Temperature measuring devices Copyright © Strazewski Chirotherm/ Chirometer Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Operation of the Chirotherm 1. Patient Placement 2. Doctor Stance 3. Condition the probe 4. Recorded as: left 90.5 ° (L-90.5) right 91.5 ° (R-91.5) Copyright © Strazewski Step-1 Step-2 Copyright © Strazewski 1 Thermeter Used with break analysis 2 Nervoscope Copyright © Strazewski 3 Copyright © Strazewski 4 Copyright © Strazewski Dual Probe w/ graph Measures Relative Used w/pattern Copyright © Strazewski Three reading taken within a 24 hour time period (ideal), all showing a repeatable swing on the graph (will be discussed later). Copyright © Strazewski Pattern Adaptation Stress Causes of Stress Reading Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Pre Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post 75R Pre 10 minute rest 55R Post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post 75R Pre 1-2 hour rest 15R Post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .66R Pre/pattern 10 MINUTE REST Monday Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .25R .66R Pre/pattern 10 MINUTE REST Monday Pre/post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .15L Tues. Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .15L Tues. BRING PATIENT BACK ON WEDNESDAY? Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .35L Fri. Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post Monday Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .05R Monday Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post 1 Monday Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .55R Monday Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .66R 10 MINUTE REST Pre/pattern Monday Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .25R .66R Pre/pattern 10 MINUTE REST Monday Pre/post Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .15L Tues. Copyright © Strazewski Pre-readings/Post .75R Fri. Stereo Viewbox Constant Glide Posture Constant Chair Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Definite pattern Copyright © Strazewski Definite adapting Copyright © Strazewski Questionable pattern • need other finding • lean towards adj. Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Go to select scans Copyright © Strazewski Pick “TODAYS” scan along with a number of other readings. Copyright © Strazewski Display select scans and do an overlay. Copyright © Strazewski Find “TODAYS” scan (red) and pick a scan that © Strazewski Copyright best matches it (light blue). Put those two readings up and compare all three pair of lines with today’s fossa Copyright © Strazewski reading & determine if in pattern. By making this the “pattern, each time you begin a scan, there will be an immediate overlay for your consideration. Select either and go to “scan utilities” an make pattern. Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure (next day) Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure (next day) Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure (next day) Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure (next day) Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure (next day) Copyright © Strazewski If you determine you need immediate same day care: Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Typical Office Procedure Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski Inform patient of possible fatigue after the adjustment. Copyright © Strazewski Inform patient of possible fatigue after the adjustment. Inform patient of possible physical findings after the adjustment. Copyright © Strazewski Health Returns in Cycles Copyright © Strazewski * Abnormal Health Begins Copyright © Strazewski * Days, weeks, months, years of declining health Copyright © Strazewski * Declining Health Copyright © Strazewski * Temporary times of Improvement Copyright © Strazewski * * Health Begins Copyright © Strazewski * Average Health Returns (non-chronic) Copyright © Strazewski * * Health returns (chronic) Copyright © Strazewski * Health does not returns Copyright © Strazewski Copyright © Strazewski ...
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