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Upper cervical chiropractic condition categories that are treated by Hall Upper Cervical Chiropractic

Category: Cervical Spine

Is your cervical spine too straight?  If your neck is too straight you might be asking how it happened and what you can do about it.

Is your cervical spine too straight?  If your neck is too straight you might be asking how it happened and what you can do about it. Neck trauma in combination with ergonomic issues are the most common cause of straight cervical spine and reverse curvature of cervical spine.

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A Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor, published a case study showing a patient who had recovered from neck pain, upper extremity paresthesia and dysautonomia following care with the Blair Technique.

On July 9th2018 Dr. Charmaine Herman et al. , A Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor, published a case study showing a patient who had recovered from neck pain, upper extremity paresthesia and dysautonomia following care with the Blair Technique.

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In this article we will answer the question - Can cervical spine problems cause sinus problems?

In this article we will answer the question - Can cervical spine problems cause sinus problems? The answer is an emphatic yes! There is a direct relationship between the sinus membranes, the nerves that control them and cervical spine injury causing spinal misalignment. 

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Resolution of Neck Pain, Upper Extremity Paresthesia & Dysautonomia in a 46 year Old Female with Lossof Cervical Curve and Spinal Degeneration Using Blair Upper Cervical Technique: A Case Study & Review of the Literature

Resolution of Neck Pain, Upper Extremity Paresthesia & Dysautonomia in a 46 year Old Female with Lossof Cervical Curve and Spinal Degeneration Using Blair Upper Cervical Technique: A Case Study & Review of the Literature

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Straight neck syndrome symptoms are ubiquitous in todays society. The overuse of mobile devices and computers is contributing to straight neck problems.

Straight neck syndrome symptoms are ubiquitous in todays society. The overuse of mobile devices and computers is contributing to straight neck problems. Forward head posture is the result of doing activities that encourage this bad posture combined with prior neck injury.

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In this article, we would like to explain a simple exercise you can do daily that can not only help you hold your upper cervical curve correction longer but can encourage a normal cervical curve. The cervical curve is supposed to have a backwards C-shape curve.

In this article, we would like to explain a simple exercise you can do daily that can not only help you hold your upper cervical curve correction longer but can encourage a normal cervical curve. The cervical curve is supposed to have a backwards C-shape curve.

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