Upper cervical specific chiropractic is a subspecialty in the chiropractic field. What is different about this type of chiropractic? What are some of the conditions upper cervical specific chiropractic can help? How can you find a practitioner of this subspecialty? We will discuss the answers to these and more questions in our article.
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Patients are often much more comfortable with this gentle form of chiropractic. While chiropractic, in general, is safe, upper cervical specific chiropractic is so gentle that it is safe for those of all ages and health conditions. You can have an adjustment, even if you have a chronic pain condition. And a practitioner can see all members of a family, from an infant to great-grandma.
However, in the case of studies, upper cervical specific chiropractic has also helped patients with many other conditions. Here are a few examples:
These are just a few examples. There are obvious benefits regarding neck and back pain. Nerve irritation issues like carpal tunnel syndrome and sciatica can also be helped. Neurological conditions like MS and Parkinson’s may see a slowing of disease progression and perhaps some improved symptoms. TMJ pain, shoulder pain, trigeminal neuralgia, and numerous other conditions may be benefited.
There are only about 3,500 doctors who have chosen to specialize in this specific form of chiropractic around the world. Therefore, you may have to travel a little to find the practitioner closest to you. The Upper Cervical Awareness website can help by directing you to our preferred doctors. This can give you a head start on finding a practitioner in your area.
Removing any pressure from the brainstem is a vital way to improve many health conditions. In short, don’t delay in contacting a practitioner in your area. A no-obligation consultation may be your first step toward better overall health and well-being. The Upper Cervical Awareness website can help you by directing you to a practitioner in your area.
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