When a patient is scanned with the neuroTHERMAL, neuroCORE and neuroPULSE, a CORESCORE will be produced.
There are four stages of that a CORESCORE report might reflect:
- The initial CORESCORE acts as a baseline to begin comparing improvements to.
- A CORESCORE Progress exam and report are typically performed within a month of the initial exam and more likely to be at or after the 12th visit. It can be performed at any time but as a neural efficiency index, the goal is to see if the sequence of adjustments are changing that efficiency. The premise of adjusting and evaluating neural efficiency is to effect change within both structure and neural function simultaneously. The key word for reporting the progress CORESCORE is, “changeability”.
- A comparative CORESCORE is typically performed by the 12th week of care or after 24 visits, but Synapse will automatically produce a CORESCORE report after the third exam is performed on the patient.
- The CORESCORE Continuation report is designed to be usable for the lifetime of a patient in the practice. It is a continuation from the Initial, Progress and Comparative sequence of CORESCORES. These are specific exams and reports in the initial level of care. The recommended frequency of performing a Continuation CORESCORE is every 3-4 months as a maximum.
NOTE: Exam periods in Synapse are open for 7 days in case a person has to come back in to complete their exam. After 7 days, the exam period closes and the next time you run a scan on that patient, a new exam will being. The type of scans run during an exam will dictate what Exam Reports are available per patient.
NOTE: Reports are not available for Quick Scans.
To get a deeper understanding of how CORESCORES are calculated, view the reporting section in the “Help” area of Synapse.