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

Category: Traumatic Brain Injury

In 2015 Neurology Research International published a 20 page article written by Mike Flannagan D.C. discussing the relationship of the upper neck and its role in overall health and human physiology.

In 2015 Neurology Research International published a 20 page article written by Mike Flannagan D.C. discussing the relationship of the upper neck and its role in overall health and human physiology.

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An article was recently published by Fakhran S et al(1) that studied the relationship of the sub-occipital muscle(back of neck)  tone and severity of symptoms experienced in post-traumatic brain injury patients.

An article was recently published by Fakhran S et al(1) that studied the relationship of the sub-occipital muscle(back of neck) tone and severity of symptoms experienced in post-traumatic brain injury patients.

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It is officially falling and that means both school and youth sports are in full swing. Football and soccer are two of the most popular fall sports and cause the most concussions for student-athletes.

Post Concussion Syndrome Doctor Los Angeles. It is officially falling and that means both school and youth sports are in full swing. Football and soccer are two of the most popular fall sports and cause the most concussions for student-athletes.

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There is a lot of talks lately about Post Concussion syndrome. After the NFL lawsuit and Jim McMahon’s recovery, Post-concussion syndrome has made national headlines. Post-concussion has always been prevalent.

There is a lot of talks lately about Post Concussion syndrome. After the NFL lawsuit and Jim McMahon’s recovery, Post-concussion syndrome has made national headlines. Post-concussion has always been prevalent.

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Most people would never think that a neck injury could be the underlying cause of foot clonus and spasms. However, the Upper Cervical Spine houses the brain-stem and this area is responsible for muscle tone control throughout most of the body.

Most people would never think that a neck injury could be the underlying cause of foot clonus and spasms. However, the Upper Cervical Spine houses the brain-stem and this area is responsible for muscle tone control throughout most of the body.

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