The MyoVision is a state-of-the-art, computerised diagnostic device developed by David Marcarian (MSc in Psychophysiology and Ergonomics), a NASA-trained researcher. The nervous system is the central system of our organism. It serves the perception and processing of stimuli and the control of our reactions. With the MyoVision it is possible to measure the natural surface tension of the musculature (which is directly controlled by the nervous system) and to determine whether the spine works optimally. This can be used to localise nerve blocks and to document and control the results. The examination is absolutely painless and without radiation exposure.
SEMG (surface electromyography)
Electromyography is a research method of neurophysiology that measures the naturally occurring voltage in a muscle. The method can be used to determine whether there is a disease of the muscle or a conduction disorder of the supplying nerve. occurring voltage in a muscle. The method can be used to determine whether there is a disease of the muscle or a conduction disorder of the supplying nerve.
Thermography is a gentle and modern method of diagnostics. This is used to measure the body surface temperature, which is directly related to the local metabolism of the different tissues. The measurement results give indications of inflammation and undersupply of the area.