PulStar Computerized Analysis and Adjusting System
The PulStar system uses a computer assisted approach to the analysis of the patient. The patient either stands against the special height adjustable padded frame or can sit or lay face down on a table. The doctor then uses the two-pronged rubber tipped instrument to introduce a gentle force into each level of the spine. This force is then monitored by the computer to measure if the vertebra exhibits too much resistance or stiffness indicating abnormal function. After the computer identifies which spinal segments are dysfunctional the doctor then uses the same intrument to apply mulitple small impulses to that level to "free-up" the motion and return it to normal function. After all segments have been adjusted the doctor re-analyses the spine to see if the resistance or stiffness has retrurned to normal limits. This is displayed on the computer screen and can be printed for the patient to take home.