The Advanced Orthogonal Technique
Advanced Orthoganal is a very gentle and extremely precise procedure for getting your Atlas – and the rest of your system – back into alignment. When clear communication is restored between the brain and body, healing can begin.
It’s basic anatomy! The body depends on signals from the brain for ALL functions. The doorway from the brain to the rest of the body is through the spine’s very top vertebra, which is the Atlas. If the Atlas is misaligned, the pathway from brain to body can be disrupted. And when nerve signals to the body are not being delivered fully, a range of health issues may result. Our 3 dimensional digital x-rays provide us with a clear image of your spine. A computer analysis of these x-rays provide the most accurate assessment of the spinal misalignment.
The corrections are not just precise and painless, they are low-force. In-fact we do not employ hands-on adjustment of the Atlas. Instead, we use a percussive sound wave to deliver precise, painless corrections. Advanced Orthogonal chiropractors are able to do more with less manipulation. Why? Because spine muscles as well as the critical organs are controlled and coordinated from the brainstem area; patients often obtain lasting changes throughout their entire spine after precision correction of the Atlas.
Contrary to conventional chiropractic, orthogonal based upper cervical chiropractic procedures are extremely low force and highly specific. There is no uncomfortable twisting or thrusting maneuvers involved with the orthogonal upper cervical chiropractic procedure. In order to validate qualification for the procedure, numerous orthopedic, neurological, and imaging assessments are employed. At the conclusion of these highly specialized tests, the data is computed into a vector based treatment that is custom tailored to the patient’s specific misalignment. After a treatment is rendered the doctor will conduct more investigations to ensure that the necessary correction was accomplished. With this highly specialized procedure, our patients experience longer correction holds, require less visits, and achieve faster recoveries.