are responsible for four primary functions:
- Control and regulate
all vital functions including circulation, breathing, immunity
- Activate muscles allowing us to move.
us to sense, perceive and feel…this is our life experiences.
- Relate to the world outside ourselves including learning,
emotions, experiencing and behavior.
Implications on Your Health
The nerves in
the spinal column are very sensitive to pressure and stress.
When the spine becomes misaligned sufficiently, it stresses
the nerves which compromises the transmission of information
between the brain and the body. Ultimately, nerve pressure
will alter function throughout the entire body.
Nerves are responsible for four primary
functions: 1. Control and regulate all vital functions including
circulation, breathing, immunity and digestion. 2. Activate
muscles allowing us to move. 3. Allow us to sense, perceive
and feel…this is our life experiences. 4. Relate to the
world outside ourselves including learning, emotions, experiencing
Precise, Accurate Spinal Adjustments
NUCCA, QSM3 and Advanced Othogonal
spinal correction depends upon precise mathematical calculations,
physics and biomechanics. Laser aligned X-rays are a critical
part of ensuring your spinal correction is accurate and successful.
Every effort is made to keep x-ray exposure to a minimum, including
the use of state-of-the-art High Frequency x-ray and various
lead filters. The doctor will take both pre- and post-correction
x-rays from three different angles focusing on the skull, atlas
and spine. These x-rays determine the direction and degree
of spinal misalignment. Using them, the doctor determines how
to properly balance your spine. The initial spinal pictures
help the doctor determine precisely how to make the proper
correction. The post-correction pictures verify that he has
indeed made the proper correction.
Computerized Neurological Testing
Millennium Subluxation Station is a non-invasive, painless
combination of neurological tests called Thermography and Surface
Electromyography. Both tests utilize surface sensors that measure
nerve function. By measuring nerve function of the spinal nerves,
we can assess where spinal problems are occurring and how severe
the problems are. Not only is this test extremely helpful in
determining where problems exist and how severe they are, but
is also helpful in determining progress as a patient is undergoing
A special thanks to Dr. Daniel O. Clark, D.C., for the above illustrations. He has an outstanding commitment to educating the public regarding the benefits of Upper Cervical Chiropractic care. Dr. Clark can be reached at (702)896.9228 .