|Whether there is a biomechanical impairment|
|To what extent spinal function is affected|
The Spinoscope employs computerized motion analysis technology to assess dynamic function of the spine. Using an advanced, non-invasive data collection system, the Spinoscope simultaneously tracks movement and records muscle activity.
The Spinoscope examination is essentially a lumbar stress test, similar to the stress EKG for the heart. It identifies whether or not the spinal biomechanics are abnormal, and, if so, under what conditions abnormality appears.
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