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My area of expertise is the detection and correction of subluxation. A subluxation is the misalignment of a bone to the extent that it puts abnormal pressure on and interferes with the communication between the brain and the rest of the body. Putting pressure on nerves and interfering with those mental impulses going from the brain to the rest of the body. Brain to body communication is essential to maintain health! According to Grayís Anatomy the purpose of the nervous system is to control and coordinate all the cell, tissues, organs, and systemís in the body and to adapt that personís body to the environment around them. So if the purpose of the nervous system is to control and coordinate everything in the body then it would make sense that we would want to take care of this system. Therefore interference to the nervous system or lack of communication between the brain and the body would then be the most common cause of health problems in the world today.
Trained and certified in the Upper Cervical Procedure through the KCUCS, Blair Upper Cervical Society, and in the Othrospinology procedure. Post graduate Upper Cervical diplomate through in the Upper Cervical Procedure through Sherman College.
KCUCS - Knee Chest Upper Cervical Specific, IUCI - International Upper Cervical Institute, Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Society, ICA Ė International Chiropractic Association, Palmer College of Chiropractic Alumni.
Feb 2008 Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport IA Degree: Doctor of Chiropractic May 2004 Boise State University, Boise ID Degree: Bachelor of Science Major: Biology Microbiological emphasis Minor: Chemistry, and Music Theory
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Karen, Thank you for your question. Just because the radiologist did not make a note of it does not mean it is not still there. Eagles syndrome occurs due to calcification of the stylohyoid muscle
Cardy, Thank you for your question. I would start by reading this blog post: http://www.uppercervicalhealthcentersboise.com/blog/how-are-vertigo-hearing-loss
Barbara, Thank you for your question. The big question here is what happened at age 34 that required you to have rods placed into your thoracic spine? A right idiopathic thoracic curve as the
Shiva, Thank you for your question. With the information given I cannot say whether surgery is necessary as I am not a surgeon. You should ask your medical provider if surgery is recommended and the
Mark, Thank you for you question. The most common cause of the symptoms you are describing is a previous injury that resulted in a misalignment of one of your top 2 neck bones Atlas/Axis. When you