Nerve System Scan – AS SEEN ON WGRZ TV’s THE HEALTHY ZONE, and THE DOCTORS
DR. GREG AND WOLLEN WELLNESS & CHIROPRACTIC INTRODUCES NEW WELLNESSTECHNOLOGY FOR COMMUNITY
Helping you reverse the effects of hidden body stress is what we do best! Did you know that daily stress, if left unchecked, can affect your body and health? Gaining weight, having trouble sleeping, aging to rapidly, lack of energy can all be related to your stress.
Wollen Wellness & Chiropractic now has an easy way to assess your stress and the impact it’s having on your body and health. It’s called the COREscore™ and can be completed in less than 15 minutes.
This quick & easy, non-invasive test identifies those problem areas within your nervous system and spine, and allows us to develop the right care plan for you. Another benefit of the COREscore™ is that you can view your personal report on-line, anytime, anywhere through our new patient reporting web service.
We are very proud and excited about staying on the leading edge of chiropractic care by offering this service to you and your family. Contact us today to learn more about how stress is affecting your health and to schedule your COREscore™ appointment.
DrGregHelps.com and Wollen Wellness & Chiropractic is proud to announce the newest piece of technology in the chiropractic industry, the Insight Subluxation Station. This equipment accurately measures nervous system function. Knowing that your nervous system controls every function of your body, this will enable us to customize your care plan!! Now you as the practice member can see how well your nervous system is working and focus on improving your health.
Initial Scan (of a patient with nervous system imbalances)
Scans are performed every 12-15 visits to re-evaluate your nervous system function.
Schedule Your Appointment Today!!
Anyone wishing to receive a computerized spinal screening can contact Wollen Wellness and Chiropractic at 716-662-7267 to arrange for an appointment or request more information about chiropractic and the technology.
What does the Scan Mean to Me?