Post Concussion Syndrome
With an Atlas Orthogonal Specialist
What is a concussion?
Statistics show that as many as 3 million people suffer a concussion in the U.S. every year. Also known as Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, concussions account for almost 80 percent of all traumatic brain injuries in the county each year. The majority of concussions occur during falls, but people also suffer concussions in car accidents, sports collisions, and criminal assaults.
What are the signs of a concussion?
People who suffer concussions experience severe headaches, slurred speech, dizziness, disruptions in sleep, and what is known as brain fog.
How can an Atlas Orthogonal treatment can help?
Brain injuries can cause a series of conditions, including debilitating headaches that can disrupt a person’s life. People who have suffered concussions or are struggling with Post-Concussion Syndrome can be helped by Atlas Orthogonal, a gentle, image-guided percussion adjustment therapy. The treatment will realign the Atlas vertebra at the Craniocervical Junction and keep the brain functioning at its highest level. The non-invasive treatment works well for patients who suffer from brain-based or other chronic conditions.
The Atlas vertebra is the most important link in the human spine, supporting the weight of the human skull, facilitating movement of the neck, and protecting the spinal cord. Returning the Atlas vertebra to its neutral position will relieve pressure on the spine, restore normal function and facilitate regular blood flow.