The Spinoscopy Examination measures the quality of spinal functioning. Spinoscopy determines the amount and type (cause) of spinal biomechanical impairment and the conditions under which the impairments are present.
Unlike other imaging techniques such as X-rays, CT, or MRI, Spinoscopy analyzes the spine while it is in motion and under stress.
This test is for anyone who is serious about knowing why they have back pain, what their safe lifting capacity is, and what can be done to improve their condition. The test is especially recommended for people having chronic back pain or who are anticipating having back surgery. This is an elective cash-only procedure but the information gained makes it a medical bargain.