Upper Cervical Chiropractic: where’s the evidence?

Upper Cervical Chiropractic: where’s the evidence?

It’s going to take decades and hundreds of millions of dollars to complete some of the basic research that the health care community says they require for upper cervical chiropractic to be taken seriously by “the experts”. And believe me, there are several upper cervical chiropractic organizations working on it.

But here’s the good news. You don’t have to wait for some medical journal to publish upper cervical research in order to be helped by upper cervical chiropractic care.

All the evidence you need is already online, from the thousands of upper cervical chiropractic patients who are telling their stories about healing through upper cervical care.

Here are just some of the stories available on YouTube, for you to watch. These are real people, not actors, telling how they have healed through upper cervical chiropractic care.

Severe anxiety and depression reduces after upper cervical chiropractic correction

A young man off to college had to drop out because his anxiety was so high, and he wasn’t responding to his multiple anti-depressant medications.

Watch his story here:

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Man finds improvement in muscular coordination in Kennedy Disease

Kennedy Disease is a genetic disease that causes muscles to waste away over time. There is no cure for this disease, but it might be slowed down. One man sees improvement in his muscular function after receiving upper cervical chiropractic care.

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Woman experiences less pain, more strength, and better coordination in Multiple Sclerosis and Lyme’s Disease

Upper cervical chiropractic care isn’t a cure for anything. What it does do, though, is free the body to help itself a little more efficiently by removing interference and irritation to the nervous system, coming from the body’s spinal system. This is often clear to patients with multiple sclerosis, who can experience a improvement in their function after getting a precise correction to the upper neck.

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Forty years of migraines

It all began with a childhood injury, where a young woman fell on her head and ended up with a concussion. Headaches soon followed, followed up by disabling migraines. Forty years of migraines. Listen to what happens after she overcomes her skepticism (and her husband’s skepticism) and tries getting a specific adjustment to her upper cervical spine, by an upper cervical chiropractor.

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