Today, we celebrate the discovery of technology that helps Dr. Mick Cornish at the Orange Chiropractic Centre to diagnose and treat many common musculoskeletal conditions. The technology referred to is x-ray imaging.
Did you know that x-rays were discovered the very same year that chiropractic was discovered? The year was 1895 and on November 8, Wilhelm Rontgen discovered x-rays.
And did you know that our very own region has national historical significance in the use of x-rays?
Way back in 1896, barely a year after the discovery of x-rays, St. Stanislaus College in Bathurst became the site of the first x-ray taken for diagnostic purposes in Australia. This x-ray was taken by Father Joseph Slattery on 21 September that year and showed the location of gunshot in the shattered hand of an ex-student.
Today, the Orange Chiropractic Centre has its own on-site x-ray which allows for convenient identification of the root cause (altered spinal structures and biomechanics) for many of the conditions we treat on a daily basis …
migraines, back pain, sciatica, scoliosis, headaches, disc bulges, restricted shoulder motion, frozen shoulder, hip pain, headaches, vertigo, postural abnormalities and more
X-rays are not always needed to identify and treat your condition but if required, we can take the x-ray on-site here at Orange Chiro and show you the results within minutes.
This is an example of a full spine weight bearing x-ray. This individual has a left convex scoliosis with the apex at T11/T12. Also evident is rotation of the pelvis and the cervical spine tilting to the right. A right posterior rotation of the skull is also present.
Presentations such as this can be the root cause of headaches, neck pain, back pain and having one leg appear shorter than the other ... and no amount of pills or potions can address the problem like the dedicated professionals at Orange Chiro.
Remember ... look after your spine as if its the only one you'll ever have.
Dr. Mick Cornish first started providing trusted pain relief solutions to the people of Orange in 1998.