At Janes Spinal Care, we are different than the majority of chiropractors. We do not want to see you all the time. We want to see you as little as it takes to resolve your issues. We accomplish that by locating the issue, specifically correcting the issue, and keeping it corrected for the maximum amount of time possible. This creates fewer visits to the chiropractor and maximum healing ability. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results. At Janes Spinal Care, we don't do the same thing over and over again. We tailor care specifically to you and your spine to get you better faster, and for you to stay well by not always needing to see a chiropractor.
What Is The Craniocervical Junction and Why Is It So Important?
The Craniocervical junction is where your skull meets your neck.
It is where your spinal cord travels down from your brain to collect the majority of sensory information from your body and sends organizing information and commands to all its parts.
It's where the majority of blood supply to and from your brain travels through.
And it is where the cerebral spinal fluid passes through as it nourishes the spinal cord and brain and removes toxins from it.
In short, it is pretty darn important.
So, why does this area receive so little attention?
From the time we're born to the time we die, we will have countless doctor appointments, checking our blood, urine, lungs, heart, stomach, reproductive organs and pretty much every other part of us EXCEPT this incredibly important region.
The truth is, besides chiropractors, osteopaths, and a small percentage of medical doctors, the scientific communities have largely missed this massively important area.
These misalignments, also known as vertebral subluxations, have been described, documented and corrected by the chiropractic profession for over 120 years.
Vertebral subluxations negatively interfere with with the nervous system function and can have negative effects on blood and/or cerebrospinal flow (as demonstrated above).
Only a highly trained upper cervical chiropractor can specifically locate and correct these misalignments.
A thorough examination, neurological testing and specific upper cervical images can determine if a subluxation is present and is negatively impacting your health, function, and quality of life.
It costs nothing to speak with a Highly Trained Upper Cervical Chiropractor to see if you're a candidate for Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care
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