The Importance of an X-Ray for the CBP Technique

We implement Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) here at Posture Doc. Because of this, it is essential that we take an X-Ray of your spine before beginning treatment.


What is CBP?

Chiropractic BioPhysics is one of the most scientific forms of chiropractic care used today. It combines biology, physiology, physics, geometry, and anatomy to identify causes of pain, discomfort, loss of mobility and altered health. Using CBP ensures that both your diagnosis and your treatment are based on scientific chiropractic principles. Your chiropractor will use specialized CBP equipment while performing this technique.

Why is an X-ray necessary for CBP?

While it may be possible to pinpoint the root cause of your pain or discomfort just by an exam, an x-ray allows your chiropractor to see issues that you may not be aware of. Some pain caused by spinal issues can be referred pain, which means the source of the pain could be coming from a different area of the body. An x-ray will show your chiropractor any vertebral subluxation or misalignment issues that may be causing your symptoms. Having an x-ray allows your chiropractor to tailor a treatment plan to your specific spinal health.

How is CBP different than other techniques?

Regular chiropractic care mainly focuses on pain relief. CBP gets right to the source of the problem and treats the cause of the pain, not just the symptoms. Most patients receiving CBP treatment report almost immediate pain relief as well as better health overall. CBP treatments can help get rid of chronic headaches, joint stiffness, limited range of motion and poor posture, as well as a variety of other conditions and ailments.


Ready to try CBP? Come see our professional Chiropractors at Posture Doc today to see if it is the right fit for you. Make an appointment today.