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.
Red and yellow indicate problem areas.
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.
“I like that there’s no actual popping, cracking, testing and turning. I like that it’s computerized and you can actually see your change. [The display screen] is actually like a guide for [the DC].”
Amber – Patient
“I called you on Monday to ask for the nearest Pulstar clinician to Vancouver, BC and you kindly provided me with details of the Kaufman Chiropractic Clinic in Bothell, WA. I visited yesterday, explaining that I found manual treatment too rough but had found success with the Pulstar machine in the past. After less than five minutes, I had full relief from the low-grade back pain I’ve been experiencing for 18 months. Thank you!”
Jonathan – Patient
“Last week I was in severe pain after having driven 5 days in a moving van then spending 6 hours on a plane 3 weeks later. After 2 sessions with a PulStar system I was able to walk again without having to eat ibuprofen like candy. I’d like to be able to continue this as well as traditional chiropractic care.”
Krista – Patient
“It’s computerized. You can see you’re getting better and better over time. It’s like a semi-X-ray on a computer.”
Arial – Patient