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CLA Insight Scans

There are three main parts that go a long while doing the CLA insight scans  this way we have reliable and scientifically valid representation of the person’s nervous system and health. This also enables us to analyze a person’s condition more accurately, communicate findings more effectively, while our doctors and the patients to track the effectiveness of their care. 

Example of the report from the CLA scans:

Corescore CLA insight scan

Thermal Scan

  • The scanner will measure the temperature on each side of your spine.

  • Your skin temperature is controlled by the autonomic nervous system (ANS) which is that part of the nervous system that controls breathing, hear rate, organ functions, blood pressure, digestion, and more.

  • Studies at Johns Hopkins University show that the body temperature on the left and right sides of your spine should be the same. A difference of body temperature on the right or left sides of your spine indicates stress on your autonomic nerves (Subluxation). The test enables us to determine what organs may be affected and the severity of the stress.

Thermal balance score CLA insight scan
  • Surface EMG scans shows patterns of stress responses in your nervous system that affect your postural muscle tone, spinal movements, and balance.

  • This can affect your overall energy levels and exhaust your spine.Spinal imbalance and chronic subluxations create neuromuscular exhaustion

Surface Electromyography (SEMG):

Posture energy score CLA insight scan

Heart rate variability (HRV)

  • A highly regarded test that measures adaptability is known as Heart Rate Variability (HRV).  

  • Measuring the balance and activity within the Autonomic nervous system (ANS) is the primary job of the HRV (neuropulse unit). It analyzes the inter-beat intervals of a resting heart rate and produces a metric known as HRV.  

  • Healthy individuals who have a well-balanced nervous system, easily adapt to daily stressors.

  • On the HRV graph, you see a green zone area. This is the most favorable area to score within because it signifies where a well-adjusted patient will normally plot. This the area within the ANS system for every patient to strive to achieve. 

Adaptability Reserve Score CLA insight scan

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