INSiGHT™ Millenium Heart Rate Variability Test

The team at Rockwall Health Center always has our patients at the forefront of our minds. Our goal is for you to have the best options for outstanding care – so you can feel your best! We strive to offer the most cutting-edge treatments to help your body get back to moving and functioning efficiently.
We are proud to announce that the INSiGHT™ Millenium heart rate variability test, thermal scan and surface electromyology (SEMG) test are now available at Rockwall Health Center. These tests work together to detect and monitor your stress patterns and pick up abnormalities x-rays do not see, such as small changes in the location of your nerves and the possible effects throughout your body.
There is no pain associated with INSiGHT tests. During your assessment, a trained professional touches your spine for a few minutes. The scans are designed for all ages, including infants.

What Does Each Test Do?

Heart Rate Variability – Examines the balance and tension on your nervous system and its relation to your heart rate.

Thermal Scan – Reviews basic functions such as breathing, immunity, organ function and more.

Surface EMG – Analyses the muscle function within your spine.

Heart Rate Variability
Stressful lifestyles can lead to low heart rate variability and a consistent “fight-flight” response within the body. A heart rate that doesn’t ‘rest’ may hasten aging and negatively impact the heart. Studies show chiropractic adjustments influence heart rate variability positively.
Thermal Scan
The thermal scan measures the temperature around the spine and spots any differences. The temperature on both sides of the spine should be the same, according to research from Johns Hopkins University. A difference points to nerve stress or a blockage. To function at their best, your organs depend on properly timed high-quality nerve signals. This scan allows us to see which organs are affected and to what degree.
Surface EMG
This test measures the amount of energy sent to each muscle. It also looks at how much energy is necessary to hold various body positions. If your spine is out of balance, too much energy is used – resulting in a lower score. Overworked muscles lack mobility and support. Muscle fatigue is one sign of whole-body stress. As you get muscle strength back, your spine will unlock and experience more balanced muscle activity.
The high-velocity, low-amplitude technique is one of the earliest and most utilized chiropractic methods. A clinical review found this type of spinal manipulation beneficial for a variety of conditions.
High-velocity, low-amplitude refers to quick, short thrusts. Here are some specifics on different high-velocity, low-amplitude approaches.

Diversified Technique:

Most often associated with adjustments, the goal is that following the short, quick pushes applied by your chiropractor, normal range of motion might return to the impacted joint.

Gonstead Adjustment:

A play on the Diversified Technique, this type of adjustment focuses on body positioning for locating sore or painful joints. It utilizes specially designed chairs and tables, such as cervical chairs and chest-knee tables.

Activator Method :

is an alternative to the high-velocity, low-amplitude thrust technique. It uses an adjustment instrument to help treat back, neck, arm and leg concerns.


ArthroStim is a comfortable and effective treatment technique in which your chiropractor employs a powerful hand-held device that releases 12-14 incremental thrusts per second. Compared to a single thrust from your chiropractor, it’s stronger and faster but proportions the force in a relaxed way.

The Thompson Technique

The Thompson Technique is a way of adjusting the entire spine. It allows your nervous system to function at its best by removing pressure from nerves and tension from muscles. A sign of nerve interference is limb length disparity, and an analysis of leg length as you move can help locate the issue in either your upper, middle, or lower back. Using a table that includes adjustable pieces, the staff at Rockwall Health Center can now utilize the Thompson Technique to achieve precise adjustments through gravity. These adjustments can recover and promote motion within your spine.
The adjustments and analysis available at Rockwall Health Center can help you live better! Call us at (469) 769-1009 to schedule a consultation to learn how these new offerings may work together to improve your health!

Call Rockwall Health Center at (469) 769-1009 to schedule a visit.

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