FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I have an upper cervical subluxation?
Many people have a misalignment in the upper neck without even knowing it.
Every person can benefit by having their spine evaluated by an Upper Cervical Chiropractic Specialist. In order to determine whether or not you have an upper cervical subluxationyou will need to have a consultation and examination by an upper cervical specialist.
Why does the Upper Cervical Spine Get Misaligned?
The upper cervical spine can misalign for many different reasons. It can even start with the birthing process since we have to push though the small birth canal head first. This is especially so when birthing interventions are used such as: forceps, vacuum extraction, and any form of twisting or pulling on the baby’s head.
During our toddler years we learn to sit, crawl, walk, run, jump, and play; meanwhile we have to balance our oversized head on our tiny neck. This makes it easy for a misalignment to occur and if the body doesn’t correct this on it’s own it will begin to put pressure on the brainstem. It’s important to get children checked at a young age to make sure the child don’t grow and develop with this upper cervical subluxation.
As we get older slips, falls, sports injuries, car accidents, emotional distress, traumatic experiences, and poor nutrition are big contributors to the upper cervical subluxation.
How is the rest of my body affected by an Upper Cervical Subluxation?
Since the innate intelligence, the inborn intelligence within all of us, of the body prevents damage to the brainstem at all costs, it adapts to the subluxation between head and neck by making the tailbone or sacrum crooked. The ribcage will passively twist because it’s in the middle of the column that is twisted one way at the top and the other way at the bottom.
Other forms of care may alleviate pain temporarily, but if the Atlas is not properly set, the full spine kink will return to compensate for the upper cervical subluxation so that the pressure on the brainstem will be alleviated.
How does the Doctor correct the upper cervical subluxation?
It is your Upper Cervical Doctor’s specialty to detect, analyze, and correct an upper cervical subluxation.
We use paraspinal infrared thermography to monitor the function of your nervous system as well as upper cervical 3D x-rays to determine how the bones of your neck have misaligned.The doctor will adjust your spine specifically to your misalignment without any twisting, pulling, or yanking of the neck. Once the correction is made, removing pressure from the brainstem, the body’s natural self-healing process will begin to restore. We will provide you with tools and education you need as your body begins the healing process.
At Truong Upper Cervical Chiropractic-Premier Los Angeles Chiropractor, we don’t promise to cure your pain or symptoms, we promise to remove the upper cervical subluxation allowing your body to heal as it was designed to do.
How do I become an upper cervical patient at Truong Upper Cervical Chiropractic-Premier Los Angeles Chiropractor?
Simply contact us and schedule an appointment!
Not sure what to expect?
Your first office visit will consist of a detailed history of the nature of your presenting complaint, brief screening to determine whether you are a candidate for upper cervical chiropractic care, state-of-the-art computerized chiropractic exam, Advanced 3-D x-ray of the upper cervical spine.
The following office visit will consist of a detailed review of findings from the first office visit, customized care plan recommendation, specific and gentle upper cervical chiropractic adjustment by Dr Truong.
Where is Truong Upper Cervical Chiropractic-Premier Los Angeles Chiropractor?
Truong Upper Cervical Chiropractic-Premier Los Angeles Chiropractor is located at 3600 Wilshire Blvd #932, Los Angeles, Ca in the 22-story BBCN Bank Building . Our building is one of the few green colored buildings on Wilshire Boulevard
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