Titronics Research & Development Co. is a world leading supplier to healthcare professionals of precision instrumentation and superior support. All products and services offered by Titronics Research & Development are meant to deliver value to both healthcare professionals as well as the patient.
Titronics Research & Development employees are committed to ensuring that our products and services meet or exceed customer expectations. There are no exceptions to this commitment. Each and every employee, including management, is expected to understand and work towards our quality commitment. To this end we maintain our quality system in compliance with all applicable product standards.
It is our desire to research and develop innovative solutions to current and future medical needs in the area of monitoring instrumentation.
Whether you are opening a new clinic, building a patient base or maintaining the patients you already have, the Tytron is the best investment you can make. The Tytron effectively educates your patients on their chiropractic needs.
The Tytron is available in 2 different models: the C-5000 and the new C-7000 Wireless.
The Tytron accurately scans the full spine or upper cervical area in approximately 15 seconds. Scanning a patient is so easy to complete that many doctors will scan the patient both pre-adjustment and post-adjustment. Each scan is automatically added to the patients file allowing you to maintain a complete history of all office visits.
Not only does the Tytron prove to be an indispensable clinical tool, it’s versatility expands into a great patient education tool. The visual imaging aspect of the Tytron enhances and increases opportunity for patients to engage and participate in their health care. The Tytron is also extremely portable making it an ideal companion whether out at health fairs, house calls, screenings, or other community events. The Tytron not only helps you draw interest at these events, it helps you turn them into loyal patients.
The human body and all of its organs are controlled by the nervous system. These nerves run from the brain, down the spinal column, and innervate various organs throughout the body including the heart, the lungs, and even the skin. (Please see Dr. Stillwagon Lecture in Video Library).
Each of the nerves leaving the spinal column innervates specific areas of the skin, thus dividing the body into a patterned form known as dermatomes. There are eight cervical, twelve thoracic, five lumbar, and five sacral dermatomes.
The nervous system uses vasoconstriction and vasodilatation of the capillary bed to help regulate body temperature. Irritations cause the skin’s natural temperature symmetry to fall out of balance from the left to right side of the spine.