Dr. Harrison Salisbury is the chief chiropractor at Brain & Spine Upper Cervical Chiropractic in West Jordan, Utah. He is a board-licensed upper cervical care doctor. Today, his clinic is among the most highly-rated chiropractic practices in Utah.

He graduated from Utah Valley University with a degree in Exercise Sports Science. For his postgraduate studies, Dr. Salisbury attended the Life College of Chiropractic West in Hayward, California.

His studies mostly focused on functional medicine, functional neurology, and upper cervical arts. Dr. Salisbury is currently pursuing further studies in Chiropractic Neurology to provide more assistance to his patients in the community.

He wishes to improve people's physical strength and overall well-being.

Technique/s: Upper Cervical, EPIC, and Advanced Orthogonal techniques

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Blogs by Dr. Salisbury

6 Actionable Steps for People with Frequent Migraines

Is migraine a constant part of your life? Has it completely taken over your routine, such as going to work or attending Sunday BBQs? If you answer yes to both questions, you will benefit from our discussion below. Read on to learn six actionable steps that migraineurs need to make. Also, check out our brief discussion on how patients can benefit from upper cervical care. #1. Learn to manage your stressors  Studies explain that stress can bring out the worse in someone's health. As a result, it's one of the leading enablers of migraine attacks among American adults. It would [...]

By |May 15th, 2022|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on 6 Actionable Steps for People with Frequent Migraines

8 Causes of Dizziness and Vomiting

Vomiting and dizziness are common symptoms that affect thousands of Americans. On top of that, both health complaints accompany a long list of diseases and disorders. For this reason, tracing the root cause and finding suitable remedies for dizziness and vomiting are equally challenging. We decided to create a list of conditions associated with the two symptoms. Hopefully, our short guide can help determine what option you should try to address your disease or disorder.  #1. Mental health problem Many people who seek remedies for dizziness and vomiting associate their symptoms with mental health problems. Studies explain that this happens [...]

Abdominal Migraine in Kids: How You Can Help with the Pain

Have you ever heard of abdominal migraine? Studies explain that it’s a common problem among young kids. Every chiropractor for migraines is no stranger to it. It causes significant discomfort triggered by several factors, including stress, dehydration, hunger, sensory overload, poor sleep quality, and consumption of food products that causes allergic reactions.  Notably, these triggers are similar to migraine attacks, so some think these two conditions are the same. Unfortunately, affected kids and their parents have difficulty finding a suitable remedy because of common misconceptions.  To help understand the best approach in caring for a child with abdominal migraine, we [...]

By |November 21st, 2021|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Abdominal Migraine in Kids: How You Can Help with the Pain

Is There an Effective Remedy for Dizziness and Vertigo?

Dizziness and vertigo are by far among the top complaints of patients around the country. That’s because they are a symptom of several health problems like hypertension, stroke, Meniere’s, and BPPV. While both don’t require emergency care, they can cause disruptions in your everyday activities.  Finding effective remedies for dizziness or vertigo, such as aromatherapy, chiropractic atlas adjustments, and certain medications can be your best shot to managing your symptoms. Otherwise, both symptoms would begin taking a toll on your health for years to come.   Everything You Need to Know About Dizziness Before you start looking into the ultimate [...]

By |August 15th, 2021|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Is There an Effective Remedy for Dizziness and Vertigo?

How Do Migraine and Headache Medications Work?

Experiencing migraines in the middle of a busy workday can be quite a taxing experience. It gets worse when a migraine, neck pain, and headache happens all at once. Naturally, you’ll reach for a bottle of your go-to NSAIDs or prescription pain medication. You take one pill and wait for the magic to happen. A few hours later, you’re back on your feet and have less painful symptoms. The cycle repeats every time you experience a severe bout of headache, migraine, and neck pain.  Have you ever wondered how migraine and headache medications work in the first place? How do [...]

By |May 16th, 2021|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on How Do Migraine and Headache Medications Work?

How to Start Your Journey to Relieving Vertigo

As a full-grown adult with lots of responsibilities and tasks on hand, experiencing a spinning sensation (vertigo attacks) could leave you disoriented and distraught. It even gets worst if you have to deal with such a condition regularly. Thankfully, with modern innovations in holistic medicine, it’s now possible to lessen the severity of various debilitating vertigo symptoms. In our discussion below, we’ll help you explore one of the best vertigo remedies today.  But, before we get to it, we need to deep dive into the crucial steps you must take if you wish to maximize the benefits of this natural [...]

By |February 21st, 2021|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on How to Start Your Journey to Relieving Vertigo

Defining Your Head Pain: Headache or Migraine?

For most people, any type of pain felt above the neck is considered a headache. But it is not as simple as that. It is essential to know or distinguish if it is a typical headache or a more serious migraine case. There is also a third wheel in the mix called silent migraine, a condition when a person deals with sensitivity to light and sound but does not feel any pain in the head. Knowing the difference between a headache, migraine, and a silent migraine is vital because it will also determine the approach to getting relief. Different ailments [...]

By |November 8th, 2020|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Defining Your Head Pain: Headache or Migraine?

Does Drinking Water Help Meniere’s Disease?

In the early 1800s, Prosper Meniere was the first to identify this disease now called Meniere’s disease. He recognized that the problem that caused the symptoms of this particular illness had to do with the ear, and not the brain. Back then, people believed this disease was caused by a problem with the brain. Today, studies reveal that Meniere’s disease is a condition of the inner ear. It is also known for producing the following symptoms: Feeling as if the world around you or you are spinning or rotating (vertigo) A ringing noise in the ear (tinnitus) Hearing loss that [...]

Migraines & Green Light Therapy: What the Study Discovered

Researchers explored a drug-free way of dealing with chronic pain, specifically chronic migraines. They used green light therapy. Did it achieve success? Let’s find out. There was a 70-year old female patient with chronic migraines that plagued her since she was a child. She said her chronic pain from migraines worsened as she grew older. She regularly had as many as two dozen migraine attacks each month. Over the years, she found no long-term migraine relief. Her migraines gave her debilitating pain. She would usually plow through the pain, but in some days, she could not endure the pain and [...]

By |May 17th, 2020|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Migraines & Green Light Therapy: What the Study Discovered

9 Conditions That Cause Central Vertigo

Central vertigo is a type of vertigo that develops due to a problem in the central nervous system. The CNS is responsible for the processing of the body’s balance and spatial orientation. When central vertigo occurs, the body may be receiving the correct sensory input but failing to translate it accurately. This results in the false sensation of movement or spinning. Unlike its counterpart, peripheral vertigo, it is less common. This type of condition often hits without warning and may occur for long periods. It brings on more severe attacks than peripheral vertigo, leaving a patient unable to walk or [...]

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