Musculoskeletal Innovations.
Help for Healing Hands.

Our patented PulStar technologies were specifically designed to help your “healing hands,” but PulStar benefits stretch way beyond your hands and into every aspect of your practice:

  • PulStar chiropractic tools are designed, and continually improved, by a team of innovators and researchers, making our products the very best that musculoskeletal therapy industry has to offer
  • Patients will improve in a fraction of the time, leading to higher patient turnover, increased patient satisfaction and positive word of mouth
  • Each of our systems analyzes pre and post treatment, providing physical evidence of improvement that can be easily explained to patients
  • PulStar’s gentle impulses are ideally suited to treating difficult musculoskeletal conditions
  • Our easy-to-use pulsating device saves your hands from stress and strain, while sparing your patients the twisting, popping and cracking that often accompanies manual therapies

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PulStar Innovations

PulStar G3 Vision Systems
There are countless methods and practices in the today’s chiropractic world. But no matter what method you use, we have developed a product that can enhance the way you deliver care.

How It Works

The PulStar directs a slight impulse into the patient’s spine. It records the resistance given back to that force, then displays a graphic representation on the computer screen.

Doctors can analyze spine and peripheral joints and also adjust them with the same system

Doctor and patient can see the effects of the treatment on screen. Patients have fewer visits to feeling better. And, improved patient satisfaction generates word-of-mouth referrals.

Multiple Impulse Therapy with the PulStar provides proprioceptive input to the central nervous system to reduce or eliminate pain and restore lymphatic flow. Learn more.

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Our patented PulStar technologies were specifically
designed to help your “healing hands.”

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