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This view allows the doctor to study the alignment of the upper cervical spine in a traditional APOM view. In chiropractic, the APOM is viewed from the posterior to the anterior to keep left and right right.
This view allows the doctor to assess the neural canal, the foramen magnum, and the longitudinal direction of the joints on the left and right that are on the bottom of the skull called the occipital condyle.
This view allows the doctor to study the alignment of the upper cervical spine in a traditional APOM view. In chiropractic, the APOM is viewed from the posterior to the anterior to keep left and right.
Observe the articulation of C2-C3. The joint of c-2 has moved forward(arrow) along the c-3 joint below. This image allows the Doctor to measure exactly how the joint is built(angle) and direct a force in the opposite direction of the misalignment to correct it.
This view shows the third cervical joint moving backward (arrow) on the fourth cervical joint. Again, clearly identifying how the joints have misaligned allows the doctor to precisely correct it. Maximizing results for the patient.
This image clearly shows that the c-1 (atlas-arrow) has misaligned to the right and upwards along the joint of the skull above.
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The focus of Upper Cervical Care is the correct alignment of the two vertebrae in the spine: the atlas and the axis. [...]
An adjustment is the physical correction of a misaligned joint. When a vertebra is misaligned, [...]
That is ideally what we are trying to achieve. However, it is extremely rare that anyone needs just one [...]
There is no simple answer to this question. However, there are three guidelines or Rules of Healing that [...]
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Dr. Cecilia Park, originally a San Diego-based chiropractor with 7 years of experience, specializes in the Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Technique. This technique centers on the upper neck and its influence on the brainstem and central nervous system. Dr. Park emphasizes the biomechanics of the upper cervical spine, highlighting its significance in a variety of health issues. The Blair method is known for its precision and gentleness, avoiding any pulling, popping, or twisting of the neck.
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