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

Category: Straight Neck

Straight neck syndrome is easily determined by taking a lateral weight bearing Xray in the neutral position.  In our Los Angeles based Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Office we find that 40 percent of our new patient population has a straight neck.

Straight neck syndrome is easily determined by taking a lateral weight bearing Xray in the neutral position. In our Los Angeles based Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Office we find that 40 percent of our new patient population has a straight neck.

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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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One of the most common conditions today is straight neck syndrome or loss of neck curve.  A normal neck posture is a backwards c-shaped curve of the neck which allows for the proper balancing of the head over the shoulders.

One of the most common conditions today is straight neck syndrome or loss of neck curve.  A normal neck posture is a backwards c-shaped curve of the neck which allows for the proper balancing of the head over the shoulders.

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