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Head trauma, whip lash & the Atlas joint C1

#1 User is offline   Compassion 

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 01:06 PM

Hi all and Merry Christmas

Just had fantastic adjustment of my atlas joint (C1) base of skull.

Recommend any person with concussion or whip lash, go see a chiro and ask about this. Excellent for balance, virtigo, nausea, tinitis, pain over head etc, concentraton and vision.
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Posted 24 December 2013 - 01:30 PM

View PostCompassion, on 24 December 2013 - 01:06 PM, said:

Hi all and Merry Christmas

Just had fantastic adjustment of my atlas joint (C1) base of skull.

Recommend any person with concussion or whip lash, go see a chiro and ask about this. Excellent for balance, virtigo, nausea, tinitis, pain over head etc, concentraton and vision.



WOW... Compassion.. is that a permanent or tempory fix.. ?? I'm excited for you.

Do you have to do any exercises to help support your neck muscles?? Traction, additional manipulation by Chiro on regular basis thereafter?

...and 'A VERY MERRY XMAS TO YOU, ALL THE BEST WITH THE NEW YEAR LOOMING UP'
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Posted 26 December 2013 - 08:54 AM

Further information at http://www.atlasorth...Techniques.aspx
This is exactly what I need. Thank you Compassion..
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Posted 27 December 2013 - 02:48 PM

View Postunit1of2, on 24 December 2013 - 01:30 PM, said:

WOW... Compassion.. is that a permanent or tempory fix.. ?? I'm excited for you.

Do you have to do any exercises to help support your neck muscles?? Traction, additional manipulation by Chiro on regular basis thereafter?

...and 'A VERY MERRY XMAS TO YOU, ALL THE BEST WITH THE NEW YEAR LOOMING UP'


Hi, yes seems to be permanent! well until I jarr myself again.

Certainly got rid of the off the planet feeling, nausea and out of focus vision especially long distance and I can nodd!!!! Whippee! Alot of these symptoms I thought was just what concussion felt like!

No need for the strenthening tried that with physio and didn't do anything, I think just staying relaxed and moving your neck about in a normal way after adjustment seems all you need. Highly recommend and wish I had seen this 10 years ago!!!
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Posted 23 August 2015 - 03:12 PM

Thanks for the 'heads up' (literally on this article) After going down usual channels went on line reading about the upper joints 1-4 for I have always felt that the neck was cause of many symptoms and came across www.upcspine.com. Followed up with practitioner recommended in NZ who put me on to someone locally.

Have to agree Compassion, should have been here much earlier. Chiropractors who specialise in Upper Cervical should feature earlier in treatment, in my opinion. Sadly physio's and GP often do not recommend chiro treatment which is a pity as neck muscles often contribute to dizzyness, weakness in limbs, vision etc etc.
Interesting that supplementation of omega's, B6, Vit D, CoQ10, Vit C amongst others were highly recommended to support brain function and inflammation. Exercises also given.
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