SEMG Computerised Spinal Examination

SEMG Computerised Spinal Examination

SEMG computerised spinal examination is supported by research reports from the University of Michigan. The test involves a whole-body analysis targeting problems such as kyphosis and poor posture to accurately identify spinal subluxation and other spinal conditions. Therapists will decide on a suitable treatment plan based on the results.


Benefits and advantages

  • Safe, reliable and radiation-free
  • A 15-minute quick scan with immediate results
  • A whole-body analysis for kyphosis, poor posture, etc.
  • Accurate identification of the pain caused by muscle injury.
  • Suitable for anyone (including children, the elderly and pregnant women)

What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a spinal deformity that commonly occurs in children. The affected spine usually bends to the left or right, looking like an ‘S’ or ‘C’. Most cases do not have identified causes. This condition mainly affects children aged from 8 to 16, and is more common in girls than boys.

How to facilitate early detection of scoliosis?

Many children show symptoms in their appearance, such as uneven shoulders, one-sided protruding shoulder blades, uneven waists, lateral pelvis tilt, leg length discrepancy, etc.

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