Monday, May 31, 2010

Upper cervical adjustments for fibromyalgia and CFS?

I have read about this in several resources, so thought I'd share it here. It involves chiropractic care, for those interested. It sounds like a good theory and has worked for a wide number of people for various ailments in addition to fibromylagia (migraines, epilepsy, hypertension, TMJ, ADD, herniated disks, allergies etc.). Basically, this adjustment re-aligns the top two vertebrae of the spine, the atlas (C1) and the axis (C2). Simply put, it restores the body balance and brain-to-body communication so that organs, limbs, and tissues can resume normal functioning. It can take several sessions, depending on the person. It is first determined through x-rays. Some trauma to the body usually brings on this mis-alignment, whether its an accident, emotional trauma or toxicity in the body.

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