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From An Upper Cervical Chiropractic Perspective

Latest Articles from Dr. Zachary Ward - Life In Alignment Chiropractic, Lc - Auburn Hills MI

Category Archives: Before and After – UC Chiropractic Cases

Solving neck pain after whiplash (video)

Hi, this is Dr. Zachary Ward at Life In Alignment Chiropractic here in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Facebook.com/LIAChiropractic

We’re going over ten cases in about ten minutes. (Don’t hold me to it.)

Whiplash after car crash- the acceleration-deceleration injury of the neck

We’re on number eight, looking at whiplash after a car accident…The cervical acceleration-deceleration injury.

This patient had already worked with another chiropractor and a physical therapist.

I just want to point something out here on this x-ray…You’re going to see how his right side of the neck is kind of leaning over towards his right, this way. Despite the trauma he has been in, he has a decent cervical curve, with his head in extension, so I know he’s probably going to respond well.

So, this is before and after on the same visit, this is after one correction.

This is after already be working with another chiropractor out of state, and a physical therapist. You can see the way that his neck is deviated off to the right whichvis what we saw on the x-ray, and the way, that his head is coming down on the right side and after working on him for several minutes.

After his first initial correction his neck starts coming back towards the vertical and his head starts coming up on that right side.

And overall he had a major decrease in pain over several weeks working with me. If you have any questions about this case you can contact me via LIAChiro.com or on Facebook.com/LIAChiropractic.

Check out the other videos in this series ten patients in ten minutes.

Improving upright posture and pelvis alignment in a long distance runner

Improving upright posture and pelvis alignment in a long distance runner

Can long distance runners improve their overall body posture by focusing on the head-to-neck alignment? Yes and no. It depends on if they are self-correcting or receiving a correction. This case study from our practice and a little bit of research sheds light on this important topic. Focusing on the hips, knees, and ankles When… Continue Reading

Leg numbness and chronic low back pain – after spine surgery

He looked in the mirror and was surprised to see what he saw in front of him… His upper body leaning to his right, while his neck leaned to his left, and his head rotated to the same side. Clearly he was putting far more weight on his right foot – the scales showed that… Continue Reading

Scoliosis in middle age: common questions and one woman’s story

I have scoliosis and I’m middle aged. Is it too late for me to get help from a chiropractor? Plus… One woman’s story after four weeks of spinal care with scoliosis And answering your common questions about scoliosis in adulthood by a doctor who works with adults with scoliosis Most scoliosis information focuses on children… Continue Reading

How to end chronic daily headaches

How was I able to help a patient end 50+ days of a chronic daily headache? What could I see on a simple x-ray that radiologists could not see on a CT scan or an MRI? Why did it take a referral from a family friend to get this patient into a chiropractor? All very… Continue Reading

Why Patients Love Our Chiropractic Care

Upper cervical chiropractic at Life In Alignment is different. And different is good.

Fewer adjustments

Fewer adjustments

There are common patterns to spinal breakdown that must be corrected for the best changes in symptoms. We focus on the areas that get the most return on your investment.

Results you can see

Results you can see

All healing takes time. But outside evidence of positive inside changes should be quick in coming. View images from the before and after gallery to see what kind of results you might be able to see in your own spine.

What you need meets what you want

What you need meets what you want

Relief care, corrective care, or long term wellness.Find out what it's going to take for each, and then pick the plan that fits your goals, budget, and lifestyle.
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