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.
Red and yellow areas on the screen identify tension points caused by things like irritated or damaged nerves, strained muscles, damaged bones, muscle or ligament damage, or damaged spinal disks.
Multiple Impulse Therapy with the PulStar provides proprioceptive input to the central nervous system to reduce or eliminate pain and restore lymphatic flow.
The calcium pump is the key to neuromuscular treatment. Without it the patient’s muscle can’t relax. When Multiple Impulse Therapy is applied to a patient’s muscle that is “stuck” in the contracted state, it produces ATP, which stimulates the calcium pump enabling the muscle to relax.
PulStar Essential Elements lotion adds an additional level of electrolytes at the cellular level in the area of muscle tightness, speeding the process of muscle relaxation and improved lymphatic flow.
Malpractice risk may be greatly reduced because the precise pressure applied by PulStar is recorded in the computer, giving the doctor a treatment record that aligns with established protocols. PulStar helps you improve patient satisfaction and word-of-mouth because patients often feel greatly reduced pain in three or four visits. As an added benefit, PulStar impulse therapy reduces strain on the doctor, supporting more years of comfortable and productive practice.
“I have used sophisticated instrumentation daily on hundreds of patients for over 30 years, and have used Pulstar for the last 3. Not only is PulStar repeatable at a very high level of accuracy, but it correlates closer to the precise radiographic measurements we use, examination findings and symptomatology… I am excited each day with the ease and comfort of use to my body and ears and the results we get… If you wish to feel like a chiropractic scientist and healer, PulStar is the technology of choice. I can say that if more knew of this technology, revolving doors would have to be installed in most Chiropractic offices.”
Brad Batchelor DC – Boone, NC
“You asked if the PulStar ‘really does what I said it does’.” Yes, it does. It’s a very versatile instrument in that it both evaluates and adjusts… the PulStar is at least as good as any other system of analysis and adjustment, and better than most. 90% of my practice is now instrument, and it has greatly reduced the physical and mental stress of practice. I wish I’d switched 5 or 10 years ago, because it would have saved me a lot of wear and tear.”
Click here to read about Dr. Walton’s first year and a half using a PulStar.
Steve Walton DC – Maui, HI
“When I learned of the PulStar and saw the confirmation of what was in the patient’s spine, and then was able to go in and adjust that precise area, and then go back and see that I had accomplished something, it was not only confidence-building for me after 30 plus years and the patient can see those results as well.”
James Davis DC – Wellsboro, PA
“Before, I did manual treatments. I tried to get patients to come as much as I could get them to come. Now I try to get patients out of pain as quick as I can, and get them out of my office as quick as I can. And, inevitably patients find their way back in my office because we give them such good results with the PulStar.”
Tom Marcuzzo DC – Omaha, NE