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What is Atlas Orthogonal?

Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic are specialists within the field of chiropractics. The Atlas Orthogonal method is a pain-free and harmless spinal modification that re-establishes body balance and rejuvenates the body's natural recovery capabilities.

What is an Atlas Orthogonist?

The Atlas Orthogonist is a certified physician of chiropractics who, along with six or more years of training, employs a gentle pressure technique of precisely modifying the spine. The Atlas Orthogonist has been subject to in-depth training concentrating on repairing spinal misalignment by using the atlas orthogonal percussion instrument. This approach is delicate but highly effective and requires post graduate training.

Our clinic located on Park Ave, New York uses the Atlas Orthogonal method of health treatment specifically to care for our patients. This precise method of upper cervical spinal care painlessly regenerates body balance without intense movements or manipulations of the back or neck.

How Does Atlas Orthogonal Differ from other Chiropractic Techniques?

One apparent difference is the delicate, pain-free way in which An Atlas Orthogonist performs. No manipulation (rotating or popping) is ever used or required. The Atlas Orthogonist's techniques call for such soft touches to the damaged region that patients, who are expecting strong manipulation as part of the procedure, find it difficult to comprehend that anything effective has been achieved. But their concerns and worries evaporate as rapidly as their aches and pains.

Does Treatment Hurt?

The Atlas Orthogonal spinal correction is pain-free and hardly noticed by the patient. Because of the exact X-ray analysis, a correction can be made without any strong jerking or rotating actions.

What Should I Expect after Treatment?

Following the initial Atlas Orthogonal spinal correction, you may encounter a range of changes within your body. These are because of the nervous system reacting to the structural correction. These changes are an encouraging indicator that healing is taking place. To be able to recover, the body must go through various phases of restoration which frequently show themselves in some of the following ways:

    - Alleviation of Symptoms
    - Tiredness or Sleepiness
    - Muscle Stiffness/Soreness

You should not be worried if the discomfort changes or shifts to a different part of the body. Symptoms may diminish instantly. However, the amount of imbalance and intensity of the condition will decide the time of recovery. Make sure you inform the Doctor of any and all alterations. Don’t forget, discomfort is an indication that the body is working; any adjustments can be part of the healing procedure.

Who could Benefit from Atlas Orthogonal Care?

Atlas Orthogonal spinal corrections will assist you and your family in resolving pain and suffering and can aid in the healthy, balanced development of your children. Precision spinal treatment can remove the need for surgery and medication in many instances. After you have experienced the benefits of Atlas Orthogonal spinal corrections for yourself, inform others about the treatment, and help us overcome the prejudice and ignorance about spinal care.

When most people think of chiropractic corrections, they think of neck pain, back pain, or muscle aches. The Atlas Orthogonal Spinal Correction is designed to aid your body and enable it to function better regardless of what type of health problem you may have. Atlas Spinal Care is committed to repairing the Atlas Subluxation Complex which is a misalignment of the bone structure of the neck and head. This misalignment can obstruct the transmission between your body and brain creating pain, stress, and tension. This stress and pressure can have an impact on all physical and even mental activity of the body. Numerous problems can be alleviated by correction of the Atlas Subluxation Complex. We have had positive results with such conditions as:

    Chronic fatigue syndrome
    Migraines and other headaches
    Chronic pain or stress
    Athletic injuries
    Auto accident injuries
    Neck and back pain
    Herniated discs
    Slurred Speech
    Balance problems
    Headache dizziness
    Carpal tunnel syndrome
    Seizures, including Epileptic
    Leg and arm numbness
    Sinus problems
    Bell's Palsy
    Horner's Syndrome
    Trigeminal Neuralgia

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