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ONYX Upper Cervical Chiropractic

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Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractic focuses on the top two bones of the neck.  This area is also referrred to as the Craniocervical Junction.  In other words, this is where the head connects to the neck.  This is also where the majority of the movement of the neck originates.  Our ability to turn our heads and nod up and down come from this area.  That means this area is critical in regards to how our neck functions.

 

These top two bones, C1 (also known as Atlas) and C2 (also known as Axis), are shaped differently than the rest of the cervical vertebra, which allows for these broad movements.  However, this increased mobility comes at the expense of stability.  This means that these two bones are prone to subluxation, or misalignment, due to injury or trauma.  When these bones move out of position, it imbalances the head slightly, causing increased strain on the small muscles in the neck...

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What Clients Say

Annie M. - Years ago, when I started having pain in my neck that trickled down to the rest of my body, I felt like it was something I would have to live with the rest of my life and get used to feeling bad. I had numerous trips to other chiropractors and it would help the issue but it would always come back just as bad or worse after only a couple of weeks.....I felt like my prayers were answered when you came into my life. I immediately trusted you and your expertise and I am so glad I did.

I have felt so much better after your gentle adjustments and I personally think you are a magician and amazing! Not only did the pain in my neck go away but I have full range of motion looking to the left and right as well as up and down. Along with that, my TMJ has improved and my jaw isn’t popping every time I open my mouth like it has done for the last 20 years...