GAS vs BRAKE is designed to help “meet patients where they’re at” by teaching them to understand in clear terms how their individual history relates to their current symptoms and conditions.
Once the patient understands how they’ve been “stuck on the gas” – the design flows directly into the chiropractic solution, or “pumping the brakes” via specific chiropractic adjustments.
The tachometer design allows the doctor to individually explain the 3T’s, and even gauge where the patient is on a scale of 1 to 10 for each type of stress if he or she chooses. The tachometer colors also tie-in nicely with CLA’s Subluxation Station to help transition to scans if you use them, and the ending quote by Dr. Bruce H. Lipton make this easy to re-teach to spouses and loved ones once your patients get home.
drkevinmcdade (verified owner) –
Nice poster that clearly contrasts the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. In a black frame, the colors really pop. It’s crisp, professional and accurate.
Kevin S. –
This is such a great visual for our practice members! And the “gas/brake” analogy is so easy for them to understand and make relevant. This poster is great!
spinalman073 (verified owner) –
These products are a life saver for anyone who uses the dysafferentation model in their office. These products allow me to clearly and visually show patients the life changing material that Dr. Chestnut teaches. Its refreshing to have clean and easy to understand material not based on the bone on nerve model. Thanks!