Tag: upper cervical


Feb

22

2010

Orthospinology Upper Cervical Care

Orthospinology Position Paper for Orthogonally-based Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care – By Kirk Eriksen, D.C. Definition First, I would like to provide a definition for orthogonally-based upper cervical chiropractic care as follows: A method for analyzing and correcting the occipito-atlanto-axial subluxation complex. It is actually a series of steps in the total care of the patient and is therefore a chiropractic procedure and not simply a spinal...

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Feb

22

2010

Upper Cervical Adjustments Influence Autonomic Function

The Intermedius Nucleus of the Medulla (InM): A potential site for the integration of cervical information and the generation of autonomic responses” An article entitled as above could only be brought to us as the result of the efforts of Dan Murphy, D.C.! Dan’s watchful eye brought this to my attention, as well as to the attention of his literature review service readers, from the...

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Jan

31

2010

Chiropractic story worth telling

From the August 3, 2002 issue of the Los Angeles Daily News comes an uplifting story that has been labeled by the paper as, “A Miracle on Hortense Street.  The story is of 10-year-old, Laura Bibb, a developmentally delayed girl, who as the newspaper reported, “went from being the neighborhood pity to the neighborhood Rocky.” As a baby, Laura was initially diagnosed as being mildly...

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Jan

29

2010

I’m Concerned

It became apparent to me the other day how many patients come in to our office for care (correction of interference to the expression of optimum well-being), and yet their husband/wife/children are left at home.  Is it something I said?  Or, did I fail to express the importance of family care?  Is the failure to bring in your whole family due to time and/or financial...

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