How the Brain reacts to an Upper Neck Alignment

Chronic Post-Concussion Syndrome There is a good chance you don’t know how much a misalignment of only ¼ of a millimeter can impact your health, but it can, and you should know. The Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research reported a case study on March 12, 2012 of a 75 year old woman who suffered from concussions 10 years earlier.…

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Signs of a Weak Spine

If you have ever had the urge to crack your back, have someone hug you and crack it for you, or crack your neck, you are not alone. Self-cracking one’s spine or neck is something most people, or perhaps everyone, has done at one time or another. Though, one’s ability to crack their neck or back does not mean it…

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Fibromyalgia and Migraines: What’s the Connection?

Migraines and Fibromyalgia Do you suffer from chronic migraine headaches? Do you suffer from other pain, mood changes, insomnia, or several other conditions? Your migraines may be part of a larger process in your body known as Fibromyalgia. Recently, a study was done of the cerebrospinal fluid glutamate levels in patients who suffer from chronic migraines. Patients with Fibromyalgia had much higher levels…

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Torticollis, Scoliosis, and Birth Injuries: The Upper Neck Connection

Torticollis and Scoliosis Today we are going examine an underlying factor in the development and treatment of scoliosis and torticollis, and the connection to birth injuries to the upper neck. Two medical doctors from Europe have done extensive research into upper neck problems in newborns and how that relates to the health of children. Dr. Gutmann was researching the connection…

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