Treat upper cervical tightness gently and with more precision
Watch this 2 minute video to see how doctors can gently use computer precision when treating upper cervical tightness.
Chiropractors know there’s no correlation between neck manipulation and CAD, but there’s still patient fear
There are wonderful studies like this study published on Cureus.com that show there is no causal link between chiropractic manipulation and cervical artery dissection (CAD). But, there are still articles like this one in US News & World Report from 12.23.19, titled: “Should I see a Chiropractor”, that although largely positive, raises several times the fact that many MDs will recommend that their patients avoid upper cervical or neck manipulation when see a chiropractor.
Overall, 62% of U.S. adults have had neck or back pain significant to seek treatment from a health care professional
That fact is cited in the above referenced US News & World Report article, but is from a 2018 Gallup—Palmer College poll. According to that poll 63% of those who sought medical care saw a medical doctor.
It’s safe to say that Chiropractors are not getting what is possibly a large share of patients who can be helped by an upper cervical adjustment.