Neck Pain, Neck Ache, Headache, Headaches, Migraine, Migraines, Neck Injury, Neck Trauma, Neck pain is not easy to cope with. A diagnosis of severe osteoarthritis, thyroid issues, or narrowing of the blood vessels can lead to possible neck surgery. The neck is one of the most fragile parts of the body, more so than the knee or shoulder. That means that neck surgery comes with higher risks of complication. Some of these risks include:

  • Excessive Bleeding: Abnormal bleeding after surgery is common with some people. A blood transfusion is often recommended, which may lead to further complications.
  • Medical Problems: Risks include damage to the spinal cord, a heart attack, stroke, blood clots, infection, and possible death
  • Dysfunctional difficulties: One substantial risk is a loss of sex drive. Also, problems with bowel and bladder function may ensue.

There are other risks as well to be considered. It is important to be well informed before making a major decision that can affect the rest of your life. Some people may wonder if there is anything that will help them that is natural and non-invasive. Upper cervical chiropractic care has proven to be helpful in this area.

Neck Pain Relieved by Upper Cervical Chiropractic

Upper cervical chiropractors are specially trained to detect misalignments in the upper neck vertebrae, particularly the C1 (atlas) and C2 (axis). Even a small misalignment here of ¼ of a millimeter can lead to all sorts of problems throughout the body. One result can be neck pain.

I use a technique with my patients called the Blair technique. This is a specialized form of upper cervical chiropractic that involves precision adjustments. X-rays determine the specific degree of misalignment so an adjustment can be tailored to each patient. Once the bones are realigned, the tissue and muscle in the area can heal and bring about relief from neck pain. Many have seen significant improvement in their neck pain without the risk of surgery involved.


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