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Control-X Machine

Only Control-X Machine in Exeter

At Rock Chiropractic Health Centre, we’re committed to comprehensive diagnosis and treatment methods personalized for your unique body and symptoms. That’s why we’re proud to have the Control-X machine in Exeter. This advanced X-ray system is useful for diagnosing, treating, and tracking the progress of a variety of different injuries and conditions, thanks to a high-tech design that includes X-ray parts and digital X-ray images.

man getting a spine x-raywith a chiropractor in Exeter

How the Control-X Machine Helps Our Exeter Chiropractor

Control-X systems are X-ray machines that take diagnostic imaging to the next level, but what exactly does Control-X mean? Unlike traditional X-ray machines, Control-X machines have maneuverable parts to allow an examination of both still and moving spines of various shapes and sizes. Next, they deliver three-dimensional digital results that can be manipulated and magnified to make our treatments more effective and personalized.

This innovative technology makes it much easier for our Exeter chiropractor to study misalignment and mobility problems because 2-D X-rays are replaced by digital animations that pinpoint the exact location and degree of any abnormality. If you have damage or misalignment in your spine or joints, the Control-X technology will give us more details about it. The chiropractic Control-X system even stabilizes your spine and body for more accurate scanning and more useful data, as your bones and tissue move. We’re proud to have the only Control-X system in Exeter, right here at Rock Chiropractic Health Centre.

Conditions We Diagnose with Our Exeter Control-X Machine

Our Control-X technology comes in handy for patients with multiple aches and pains, because it gives us more details about the specific source of your symptoms. Our Exeter chiropractor uses Control-X digital X-rays to diagnose dozens of different injuries, conditions, and illnesses. He also uses X-rays to track the progression of degenerative conditions, from arthritis to scoliosis. Ultimately, our goal is to figure out exactly where the inflammation, misalignment, or degeneration is located, then decide which treatment plans would be most effective, right down to how much pressure is applied during manipulations.

Our chiropractor in Exeter may use Control-X technology to diagnose and treat the following injuries and conditions:

  • Herniated disc
  • Instability or slight misalignment in the spine
  • Osteoporosis
  • Arthritis
  • Dislocated joints
  • Scoliosis
  • Scar tissue

Control-X technology also allows us to rule out conditions that require medical treatment, such as cancer, kidney stones, or serious fractures and learn more about conditions that aren’t easily visible to the naked eye. Your Exeter chiropractor will always consider digital imaging as an option because it allows him to fully understand the extent of your injury, disease, or condition, then keep track of it as treatment progresses.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Chiropractor in Exeter

Are you interested in digital X-rays that are actually designed for chiropractic services? Rock Chiropractic Health Centre is your one and only destination for Control-X X-rays in Exeter. Contact us today at 01392 790499 to request an appointment with Dr. Sari Botros, our talented and compassionate Exeter chiropractor.

New Members Receive £50 off Initial Consultation, Examination & X-Rays (if needed)

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