Category Archives: Conditions

Infant with severe reflux responds to upper cervical chiropractic

Sylvia learned about babies, reflux, and upper cervical chiropractic on the Ricki Lake Show.

“I never watch Ricki Lake, but I noticed all these moms and babies were on the stage, and they were talking about fussy babies, colic, and acid reflux. I just knew this was the doctor that I needed to see.”

Upper cervical chiropractic perspective on


Migraines, menstrual problems, brain-fog, fatigue, fibromyalgia. All of them are seemingly unrelated problems. Yet, clinically we have seen all of them resolve when we go back and finally deal with the injury that happened when she was a child.

Am I smarter than a spine surgeon?


So, what do you think? Am I smarter than a spine surgeon? Or is it just the case of two different and necessary ways of looking at health problems.

Video Blog: Cervicogenic Headache and Upper Cervical Chiropractic

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The source of headaches is often confusing. The kinds of headache are multiple, and their diagnosis is often controversial. Learn about a common kind of headache–the cervicogenic headache, and how it actually starts in the neck, and not in the head.

The problem of Trigeminal Neuralgia and other chronic pains

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Many suffering from facial pains and other chronic pains haven’t been helped by modern medicine. The problem is many don’t know about their alternative in upper cervical chiropractic care.

Guest Post: Can migraine sufferers benefit from upper cervical chiropractic?

Upper cervical chiropractic care often benefits migraine sufferers without the side effects of powerful migraine drugs. Read more in this guest post from upper cervical chiropractor Dr. Adam Tanase.

Headaches and Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care

Can you see a headache on an x-ray? Well, no. Buy what you can see is an imbalance between the head and neck that might be showing up as headache-like symptoms.

3 reasons your doctor can’t fix your neck pain

You’ve had the x-rays. You’ve had the muscle relaxers. You’ve even had the physical therapy. Now what?

What about ADD/ADHD and upper cervical care (NUCCA)?

Is there a connection between the alignment of the neck, the upper cervical spine, and behaviors described as ADD/ADHD? Several studies and German doctors say “Yes!”

The 3 lies people believe about headaches

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Is misinformation stopping you from getting the help that your body wants?