Dynamic Chiropractic - July 30, 1993, Volume 11, Issue 16|
Title: Subluxation DegenerationCategory: Patient Education
Author: William B. Esteb
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There are a number of posters which show subluxation degeneration. Most of them are quite useful in showing patients how bad their x-rays look. This one is especially good. First of all, this is a full-color poster and is very modern looking. Second, it shows normal and three stages of degeneration of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar, all on one chart. There are beautiful color drawings that draw patients to look at it.
Patients love to study this chart. Since I put it in a frame and hung it in a treatment room, I find many patients standing and looking at it when I walk into the room. It has prompted many questions and gives me a chance to educate the patients. This poster shows, in graphic pictures and x-rays, what we as chiropractors do.
This is an excellent wall poster. It has a professional layout, quality graphics, and is easy to read and understand. If you are thinking of modernizing those tired old posters, this is a good choice. If you do not have a subluxation degeneration poster next to your view box, to compare x-rays to in your report of findings, I recommend you get one.
Eggleston Rating: 10Steven Eggleston, DC
Huntington Beach, California
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