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From An Upper Cervical Chiropractic Perspective

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

Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care of a Female Patient with Multiple Sclerosis

Case Study Abstract: A female patient with Multiple Sclerosis presented to the office with neck pain, numbness, ringing in the ears, fatigue, balance problems, and dizziness.  This was the patient’s second experience with chiropractic.  An atlas subluxation was detected from leg length evaluation, postural analysis, and radiographic measurements. She was adjusted using an upper cervical technique…Keep reading the abstract.

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Upper Cervical Chiropractor at Life In Alignment Chiropractic
Dr. Zachary Ward first discovered the power of spinal care after watching his little brother heal from debilitating pain. Now he practices a unique form of chiropractic care that offers you the opportunity to experience your body in a new, freer way. Contact him via social media or via the contact form to request a ten minute health review. He also blogs at DrZWard.com.
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Brachial Neuritis and Upper Cervical

A wonderful patient of ours who had been suffering for some time before starting Upper Cervical Care. I remember her telling me early on in care how the care had already paid for itself. When I asked her what she meant, she informed be of the high cost of her medications. Some times the cost… Continue Reading

A scoliosis and upper cervical chiropractic story

Over the past several months she has been able to reduce her medications. Her migraines are diminished. But perhaps the most surprising thing, is that she is seeing changes in her posture, even with the scoliosis and the hardware. Michelle wrote the following to Dr. Chavez: “I have come a long way in a short… Continue Reading

Suspended nerves in the spinal column?

As upper cervical doctors, we have a special interest in the Occipital-Atlas-Axis complex. The article talks about the how the C2 spinal nerve is attached to the transverse process of Atlas. We have seen some wicked rotation films of Atlas, some exceeding 7-8 degrees. I can’t help but wonder how the tension of that ligament… Continue Reading

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