“Dr Tilson is amazing! He is gentle and takes his time to really treat the root of your problem. He has helped me so much and even though my pain is gone, I still see him regularly for adjustments so that I can stay healthy and never visit that pain I was once in before I started seeing him. He adjusts my children, too, and they love him! Fantastic office, fantastic doctor.”t. S.
What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic adjustments are the application of precise pressure to correct misalignments, allowing for the relief of stiffness and pain, allowing the body to heal itself. Adjustments restore proper function to the nervous system, helping your body heal naturally without the use of medical treatments, drugs or surgery without side effects.
Chiropractic is a natural, non-invasive and drug free form of health care where a doctor of chiropractic care performs a physical adjustment to specific parts of the body by applying varying pressure in order to provide pain relief. When one or more bones move out of position, this creates pressure or irritation on nerves (subluxation).
The Vertebral Subluxation Complex or "subluxation" for short, is a misalignment and dysfunction of one of the bones in your spine (vertebrae). This dysfunction compromises the normal functioning of your nerves and can influence your overall health and wellbeing.
Call to schedule an appointment today:
Naperville, IL Chiropractic Services, call (630) 428-2299
Wheaton, IL Chiropractic Services, call (630) 949-2431
What are beacons?
Beacons are small wireless sensors that you can attach to any location or object. They broadcast tiny radio signals which your smartphone can receive and interpret, unlocking micro-learning and contextual awareness. The beacons themselves are small, cheap battery powered transmitters.
How do beacons work?
How do beacons integrate with the PinPoint platform?
How does the beacon experience work with the app open?
What are some of the technical specifications for iBeacons?
Proximity UUID - The proximity UUID differentiates iBeacons from one another.
Major (optional) - The major value can be used to tag beacons in different groups, e.g. 1 for Boston and 2 for Los Angeles.
Minor (optional) - The minor value can also be used to group beacons, e.g. 4 for first floor and 5 for second floor.
Physics - detection time of phone antennae and radio wave
Physics - interference from the environment such as types of walls, water, etc. They do not interfere with wifi. Also, the placement of beacons matters....
Power levels - Beacon battery and transmission power and intervals
How do beacons compare to GPS?
What are some ideas for how to use beacons?
- Forklift operators receive daily checklists.
Medical workers receive a PDF explaining proper medical waste disposal process.
Retail employees watch product information videos.
Training updates quickly delivered to nursing stations.
What the the pros and cons of beacons compared to other location technologies?
What is a geofence?
How does a geofence work?
WiFi is turned on.
GPS or location services are turned on.
How do geofences integrate with the PinPoint platform?
When you build an assignment with a geofence the smartphone will monitor for that geofence in the background.
What is the difference between geofencing and beacons?
What are some ideas for using geofences?
Employees sent hotspot images diagraming fire escape routes in a newly constructed building.
Construction workers complete assessments to demonstrate understanding of new equipment at site.
The Safety Director sends out an infographic illustrating a new OSHA regulation affecting the entire plant.
New employees targeted with custom onboarding videos.
Assignments sent to mobile sales reps informing them about location-specific sales strategies.
Hotspot image map of area identifying inspection locations sent to utility workers.
Safety inspectors receive a document outlining local regulations as they enter the area.