How the COREscore Measures Nerve System Stress And Why That’s A Big Deal
What is the COREscore, anyway?
Let’s start with the CORE. We all have essential cores within our bodies. You’re probably familiar with the core around your waist, known as our support core. There is another core within your body, and that is the vertical core, like the core of an apple. That’s what we refer to as your communication cord or spinal cord, connecting your brain to the rest of your body to coordinate and control body function.
At Wellness Rhythms Chiropractic, we use state-of-the-art technology designed to detect stress and tension built up in your spinal cord and Nervous System. Stress causes subluxations that can block nerve energy flow affecting your health and well-being.
With this advanced technology, we scan your nerve system to understand where you are holding onto stress and tension and by measuring how deeply that tension is affecting the spine, muscles, and nerves.
Information from the COREscore helps develop a personalized care plan to manage your health and future wellness.
For the COREscore three different sensors are used to determine where stress and tension are building up in your body. The score of each scan determines your COREscore, representing how stress is affecting nervous system function and your health.
- Surface electromyography (S-EMG) is designed to understand how efficiently the muscles are supporting your spine.
- The second technology is the Rolling Thermal Scanner specifically designed to measure the function of the nerves that control the function of organs and glands.
- The third technology is known as Heart Rate Variability. It gives an understanding of how your heart rate and rhythm are being affected by stress. This test helps us understand how much reserve your body has for managing stress and how well you can adapt to the day-to-day stresses that are inevitable in each of our lives.
The nervous system is all about coordinating the function of the muscles, glands, and organs. A small percentage of the nerve system is for sensory input, hot, cold, touch, feel pain, etc. That means that how we feel is not the best way to know how our nerve system is functioning.
The COREscore is an advanced method of measuring how stress is affecting your nervous system, health, and well-being.
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