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Upper Cervical Corrections

Learn how realignment of the bones in your neck allows the body to heal.

What causes traumatic brain injuries and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

For many, traumatic brain injuries are associated with military personnel who have returned from a foreign battlefield and are haunted by the emotional and psychological scars of combat and death.

Above view of counseling during group therapy at mental health center.

Anyone can experience or witness a terrifying or life-altering event that leaves them shaken by what they saw or what they lived through.

Most people are able to recover naturally from the emotions they experience, but some are not. Those who can’t recover naturally can suffer debilitating health problems from a traumatic brian injury for long periods of time.

Identifying the symptoms of traumatic brain injuries:

Symptoms can begin within three 3 months of the trauma, but sometimes they begin years later. Symptoms must last more than a month and be severe enough to interfere with relationships or work to be considered as a traumatic brian injury or PTSD. People can suffer from a variety of symptoms, including nightmares, flashbacks, frightening thoughts, anger, sleeplessness, negative thoughts, mood swings, and forgetfulness. The symptoms can disrupt daily interactions, cause people to experience intense feelings of fear or panic, or break down in public settings if they are overcome by emotion.


How Atlas Orthogonal can help people with PTSD

Brain injuries of all types can cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other conditions that can disrupt a person’s life. People who have suffered brain injuries can be helped by Atlas Orthogonal, a gentle, image-guided percussion adjustment therapy. Because the treatment realigns the Atlas vertebra at the Craniocervical Junction and facilitates a normal flow of cerebrospinal fluid to the spine, it will keep a patient’s brain functioning at its highest level. The non-invasive treatment works well for patients who suffer from brain-based 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 and restore normal function to many areas of the body.

Hear what our patients have to say about us.

Patient Stories

"It's small increments that make a huge difference so much so that I'm not thinking about it anymore."

Lou Ann Patient

“The treatment is non-invasive and really quite pleasant. It gives you a feeling of more control over the issues.”

Richard Patient

“The procedure was so quick and simple. The results were immediate, the pressure was gone.”

Cortina Patient

“The office ran like clockwork, I arrived slightly ahead of schedule and I was seen on time.”

Dave Patient

“Excellent medical professionals in chiropractor services and care. Contemporary modalities in treating any kind of pain especially neck and back as was the case with me.”

Karl Patient