Impulse iQ® - Truth | Authenticity | Simplicity
Truth and authenticity go hand in hand with simplicity. Not every adjusting attempt is successful. No matter what the technique, sometimes patients guard during an adjustment, or your line of drive isn’t correct. Other times, a joint that is in an advanced stage of degeneration won’t move much. We acknowledge this Truth and built the technology into Impulse iQ® that has you covered.
Impulse iQ® has patented AutoSense® technology that senses when mobility is maximized, ceases the adjustment, then provides feedback of the patient’s response to the adjustment.Apply it to the dysfunctional area, and the instrument thrusts at the ideal frequency to maximize motion, while changing frequencies in real-time congruently as motion improves. There is nothing else like it in the marketplace at any price point.
Impulse iQ® has Audible Feedback Technology™ to signal you to the response of the spine and extremities to the adjustment.A Single Beep indicates the acceleration response has been maximized during the adjustment. Maximizing mobility is our definition of an adjustment!
A Double Beep denotes the acceleration response has not yet been maximized – either further adjustment may be indicated, or there is operator error.No Beep means no increase in acceleration response has been sensed. Either your segmental contact point is wrong, your line of drive is off, or the given area is not receptive to changing its mobility.
Led Light Bar
The LED light bar is intended to guide the operator in interpreting acceleration response. Ideally, during treatment, the light bar will reach the green levels indicating an optimal result. If only the yellow levels are reached attention should be given to reassessing the effectiveness of the treatment.
The determination of medical necessity of continuing the treatment including treatment dosage is always the responsibility of the clinician and not the device.
The iQ has a Nickel Plated Brass Bushing surrounding the stainless steel nosepiece for added strength due to the rapid movement/acceleration of the instrument.