Tag Archive: Upper Cervical Care

Why don’t people start chiropractic care?

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Why don’t some people consider chiropractic care? Even when they are no longer ignorant of the great results that are possible?

How the NFL concussion lawsuit is going to legitimize upper cervical chiropractic care

Peyton Manning Neck Surgery

If you don’t follow sports, you might be missing one of the most important stories to develop in the intersection between sports and health. Over the past several years, multiple lawsuits have been filed against the National Football League on behalf of over 2,000 players who reports experiencing symptoms of concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Seven great links about upper cervical chiropractic care

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Recently some great posts have been placed on a few of our favorite blogs helping to explain the how and why upper cervical care works, and why so many make it a part of their lives.

Do Kids Need Chiropractors? (Guest Post)

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Not all parents, however, think to bring their children to a chiropractor. It’s not their fault though… Political groups within the chiropractic profession have fought diligently to gain recognition as experts for the treatment of back pain. As a result, many people believe that you should only call a chiropractor when your back “goes out.”

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.

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.

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?