Atlas Orthogonal Technique

Every year August brings us National Golf Month. During this month, you might be trying to get all your swings in before the summer is over. Many golf courses and driving ranges offer discounts and deals during August to get everyone participating.  Of the 25 million...

Good posture is a sign of many things; one of those things is a well-functioning brain. The body and central nervous system are connected. Your posture results from a developed proprioception, balance, coordination, and muscle function. What is Proprioception?  Proprioception (or kinesthesia) is our perception of our...

It's easy for cervical instability to creep into our lives and become a prominent reason for the aches and pains you are experiencing. With the increase in smartphone use, computers, and other technology devices, neck pain has become more common among men and women. What exactly...

Sciatica is a term used to describe nerve pain that is caused by irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve. As many as 40% of people experience sciatica at some point in their lives, and the likelihood increases with age. A person experiencing sciatica feels pain...

How is Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic treatment different from traditional chiropractic treatment? Training and Credentials Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic is not a part of the core curriculum at most chiropractor colleges, but it does exist as an entirely separate specialty that requires students or established doctors to learn and...

The atlas (the top bone in the neck) is prone to misalignment more than any other vertebra of the spine. It is a freely moveable joint, and with the second vertebra (the axis) provides most of the motion between the head and neck. Every nerve...