How can the doctor be certain that he is treating the calcified area if he is not using an Imaging System?

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How can the doctor be certain that he is treating the calcified area if he is not using an Imaging System?

The doctor can rely on the X-Ray image (by which the patient was diagnosed), which indicates the area of calcification, in order to determine how the patient should be positioned in regards to the membrane.

However, the orthopedic reflector enables a large therapy zone.

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