Spinal degeneration depicted by this X-ray poster shows the relentless process of spinal decay.
Instead of using "subluxation degeneration" we use the more patient-relevant term of spinal decay. Because it suggests neglect. It's something that necessitates attention. It's something patients will see a professional for.
Crystal clear cervical spine X-rays, thoracic spine X-rays and lumbar spine X-rays make the job easy. And the three-phase approach makes the distinctions between each phase great enough that a lay person can see the spinal degeneration changes.
Frame and mount a copy so patients are facing it as you take their neutral lateral views. Have a second copy ready for comparison beside your X-ray view box when you give your report of findings. (Choose between right- and left-facing X-rays to match your technique.)
Coordinates with our report of findings insert report handout.
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Spinal Decay Phase Placement Chart
18" X 24"
Indicate right- or left-facing X-rays (shown Right-facing X-rays)