What is the best way to describe what we are measuring for the Vertebral score on the Fit system?


We calculate Vertebral scores according to cross analysis of 2 technologies:

  1. Heart rate variability and
  2. Segmental Galvanic skin response.

Heart rate variability gives us the information about possible innervation disorders because there are links for the organs.

Segmental Galvanic skin response gives the information about level of neuro muscular conductance for different vertebral segments.

Finally, we have information about possible functional disorders of vertebral segments.

Spine and ANS Organ Response Modeling:
Correlation between spine and organ
Musculoskeletal involves sensory nerves which only comprise 6% of spinal nerves. 94% are organ
function related from autonomic nervous system. Sympathetic or “gas” increases function, parasympathetic or “brakes” decreases function. Therefore you have an imbalance in physiological
functions. If there is an imbalance, this is a clue leading to specific challenges in the body.

Spinal example: If from our algorithm of beta function we estimate an issue with the pancreas, it would be reflected on the spine as yellow, orange or red depending on estimated severity of dysfunction.  If we find through further testing (leg check etc) the need to adjust in area of T6 and T7, if the issue is coming
from the spine, the issue with the pancreas should clear up over time.  If the pancreas is still showing dysfunction, then the issue is with the pancreas and some other type of assistance is needed.  (visceral spinal? or spinal visceral? as some would say.)
The same would be true as related to our system algorithms on other organ function.