Did you know only 10% of your nervous system deals with pain messages? What that means is much of what’s going on in your body you can’t feel. For example, a person with heart disease can’t feel if he has high blood pressure or high cholesterol…he has to get them measured. A person with diabetes can’t feel if her blood sugar is too high…she has to get it measured.
As a result, we use this technology to measure three components of your nervous system that you can’t feel. This gives us an understanding if your “back problem” is also turning into a “health problem.”
The first test measures the nerves from your brain to your organs, glands, and blood vessels.
This test measures the nerves from your brain to your muscles. When a person is under stress, it often creates tension in that person’s body.
Heart rate variability is something used by cardiologists and exercise physiologists to measure the overall impact stress is having on a your nervous system.