Correcting the Neck and Correcting the Overall Posture
Diagnose upper cervical spine dislocation
The chiropractor will first make a preliminary diagnosis with a “posture balance check”. Through a simple check, you can determine whether the patient has an upper cervical spine dislocation.
After the diagnosis of upper cervical spine dislocation, the patient needs to undergo an upper neck X-ray examination, including three X-rays of the front, side, and upper side of the upper neck.
This is the most important part of the diagnosis. Based on the data measured on the X-ray film, the chiropractor can formulate a precise correction angle for further treatment.
Upper neck adjustment treatment
The treatment method must be based on the cause, otherwise, the symptoms can only be improved temporarily, and the symptoms will recur after a period of time, or even new symptoms will appear.
Therefore, the most ideal way to treat the dislocation of the upper cervical spine is to improve the balance system in the human body. Once the balance system returns to normal, other pains caused by the dislocation of the cervical spine.
“Atlas Orthogonal Upper Neck Correction Device” has a history of more than decades. During treatment, the patient will lie on his side on the instrument, and the chiropractor will use the X-ray data to adjust the position of the instrument and the patient.
After adjusting the position, the instrument will aim at the position and make a slight tap to stimulate the ligaments of the neck, so as to correct the balance system of the inner ear and effectively adjust the misalignment.
The whole process is less than one second, and the neck will not be twisted or stressed during the process, and the patient will only feel a slight vibration.
After correction, the chiropractor will perform another “posture balance check” to evaluate the progress of the treatment. Generally speaking, patients need to continue to receive corrections until the muscle tone is close to normal.
When muscle tension returns to normal, the body will gradually recover. Even if the muscle tension returns to normal, the patient needs regular follow-up consultations to ensure that the patient maintains the optimal balance.
Although the treatment is performed on the upper neck, it can adjust the body’s balance system and directly affect the whole body. Most patients suffering from low back pain, sciatica, and knee joint pain can recover smoothly and return to normal life after receiving treatment.
Because the treatment is not invasive, and the impact is mild, there are few side effects. However, patients should be aware that each person’s condition is different, and the required treatment and rehabilitation progress are also different.
Therefore, patients should discuss reasonable expectations with their doctors. In addition, treatment requires the cooperation of patients, and if patients cannot cooperate, the effect will be reduced.