Lumbosacral and Pelvic

Can Upper Cervical Care change abnormal spine curves?

Date: Oct 29, 2019
Can abnormal spine curves be treated by a neck adjustment? It is widely accepted that the structural integrity of the spine is important for long-term health, functionality, and comfort. Abnormal spine curves can occur in a variety of ways depending on the region of the spine and the direction of the curve. For example, scoliosis is a condition of ...
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Is Upper Cervical Treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia Safe?

Date: Jul 27, 2019
Understanding the Upper Cervical Spine and Trigeminal Neuralgia The upper part of the spine is known as the upper cervical spine or the craniocervical junction. This area of the spine is the most mobile part of the spine and is susceptible to injury and displacement. The upper neck is also the most neurologically sensitive area of ...
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Spinal Degeneration Using Blair Upper Cervical Technique

Date: Aug 21, 2018
What is upper cervical care? Our upper cervical chiropractic office specializes in the precision correction of the upper neck which allows the central nervous system to function at its best. Most of us have multiple traumas as we go through life. However, few of us are educated about the fact that blunt trauma such as whiplash, ...
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A Blair Chiropractor Can Help with Sciatica Pain

Date: Sep 13, 2017
Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractors regularly take care of sciatica patients. Sciatica is characterized by pain that originates from the back or buttock that travels into both legs or one. Sciatic nerve pain varies in intensity and frequency; minimum, moderate, severe and occasional, regular, intermittent, or constant. Pain is called toothache-like, achy, sharp, dull, pins and needles or ...
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What’s Really Causing Your Back Pain?

Date: Sep 5, 2017
Low back pain, if severe enough, can devastate a person's life. It robs them of doing activities that most of us take for granted. Imagine having trouble tying your shoes, having trouble putting your pants on, and having your once active lifestyle taken from you. Back pain affects nearly 40 million Americans and robs many ...
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