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

Category: Los Angeles Upper Neck Doctor

What is upper cervical care? Our Los Angeles upper cervical chiropractic offices specialize in the precision correction of the upper neck which allows the central nervous system to function at its best.

What is upper cervical care? Our Los Angeles upper cervical chiropractic offices specialize in the precision correction of the upper neck which allows the central nervous system to function at its best.

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Car accidents are one of the most common ways whiplash trauma occurs in today’s society. Whiplash damages the soft tissues of the neck and can lead to postural faults, chronic pain syndromes, emotional imbalance, and other chronic health issues.

Car accidents are one of the most common ways whiplash trauma occurs in today’s society. Whiplash damages the soft tissues of the neck and can lead to postural faults, chronic pain syndromes, emotional imbalance, and other chronic health issues.

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Every day, we all see people bent over their desks, restaurant tables and other seats texting or typing away on their mobile devices. And while children and teens find all sorts of technology interesting, their bodies do not.

Every day, we all see people bent over their desks, restaurant tables and other seats texting or typing away on their mobile devices. And while children and teens find all sorts of technology interesting, their bodies do not. In our Los Angeles offices where we practice Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic we have been seen a rapid increase in young children with reverse cervical curves- hypolordosis.

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Why are the atlas and axis unique and special? The atlas is a two-ounce bone on which rests the head weighing 10-13 pounds. Furthermore, the skull rests on two joints on the surface of the atlas called the occipital condyle.

Why are the atlas and axis unique and special? The atlas is a two-ounce bone on which rests the head weighing 10-13 pounds. Furthermore, the skull rests on two joints on the surface of the atlas called the occipital condyle.

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