Can a chiropractor fix Atlas misalignment?

If you’ve been struggling with back or neck pain and believe your atlas vertebra is misaligned, we highly recommend considering atlas chiropractic treatment. This can help to naturally realign your back and reduce the pain you are currently experiencing.

What is an Atlas Orthogonal chiropractor?

Atlas Orthogonal is a gentle specific adjustment to correct the position of the first cervical vertebra. Proper alignment reduces pressure on the body’s nerve system and restores normal biomechanics. Although the upper cervical chiropractic adjustment is a light force, the result can often be felt throughout the body.

Can a chiropractor fix Atlas?

Chiropractic adjustments address many different parts of the spine; Atlas Orthogonal adjustments, however, focus exclusively on the atlas vertebra, the underlying cause for many health and pain problems.” With Atlas Orthogonal adjustments, Dr. Michlin emphasized that there is no “cracking” or “popping” to the vertebra.

Can Atlas Orthogonal cause neck pain?

The resulting disruption of the normal functioning of the nervous system may play a role in a multitude of symptoms and pain in different areas of the body. Some of the most common symptoms and problems associated with an Atlas misalignment include headaches, neck, and facial pain.

How can I align my atlas myself?

Lay on your back and lightly touch each side of your atlas, directly under the mastoid process. Enjoy the side to side sway of its subtle motion, noticing restriction or asymmetrical movement. Encourage more symmetry and freedom of movement with your intention – don’t apply more pressure!

Can I adjust my atlas myself?

With our exercises’ help, you can usually make an atlas correction yourself by loosening and stretching the muscles and fasciae in this area. An atlas blockage can also be located between the atlas vertebra and the underlying axis. And here again, you will notice a headache.

Does atlas Orthogonal really work?

Atlas orthogonal is a highly effective, non-manipulative and painless treatment solution for anyone suffering with back and neck pain, pinched nerves, sciatica, vertigo, bulging or herniated discs, migraines and a wide array of many other conditions.

How do you know if your atlas is out?

Below are some symptoms of atlas displacement complex:

  1. Pain in the neck.
  2. Reduced range of motion in the neck.
  3. Headaches and migraines.
  4. Poor hearing or deafness.
  5. Extreme muscle stiffness and reduced shoulder movement.
  6. Back pain.
  7. Vertigo and dizziness.

Can I adjust my own atlas?

How do I get my atlas back in place?

Do an intense stretch for two to two and a half minutes. Then repeat the same exercise on the right. With this exercise, you effectively expand the many lateral muscles and fasciae strands attached to the atlas vertebra. This allows you to relieve tension, by thus correcting the atlas yourself.

What does atlas misalignment feel like?

Typical symptoms of an atlas misalignment or an atlas blockage are: headache and migraines. deafness, tinnitus or noise in the inner ear. pain in the jaw.