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How Safe is Getting My Neck Adjusted?

How Safe is Getting My Neck Adjusted?

One of the first questions potential clients ask when they are on their first visit into the office, "Is getting my upper neck adjusted safe?" or "How safe is getting my neck adjusted?"

This is a great question! We have answered this common question hundreds of times.

Before answering this question accurately and honestly, you and your upper cervical doctor will discuss your health history and move into neurological and structural exams.

Watch as Dr. Kyle answers this common question in the video above.

Why is viewing the upper neck in 3D so important?

Since the human structure is 3 dimensional, it is vital to view it with 3D imaging in order to accurately evaluate and analyze the body structures and misalignments.

After evaluating and analyzing your images, your upper cervical doctor will determine if you are a great candidate for upper cervical care by ruling out any contraindications before administering safe, gentle specific upper cervical adjustment without any twisting, cracking or popping.

"To see is to know and to not see is to guess. Who wants to guess with your spine, nervous system, and health?

Specific, Tailor-made Upper Cervical Adjustments

Each upper cervical adjustment is tailor-made to a client's misalignment in their upper cervical spine. The specific adjustment is designed to restore the nervous system back to proper functioning, which allows the brain and body to adapt, heal, and perform at its best.

Watch as Dr. Kyle performs a specific upper cervical adjustment - notice there is no twisting, cracking or popping involved.

After the safe, gentle and specific adjustment, a post-neurological exam is performed confirming no neurological compromise within the client's nervous system, which is displayed below on the image on the right.

Click the image above to learn more about our neurological spinal scans utilizing infrared thermography.

Recap of OAC Protocols before Administering a Safe and Gentle Adjustment to Your Upper Cervical Spine?

  • Your upper cervical doctor will perform a health history and move into postural, structural and neurological exams.

  • An infrared neurological spinal scan will be performed to identify any compromise within the nervous system.

  • 3D spinal imaging will be requested to identify any structural degeneration and misalignments to the cervical spine.

  • Specific recommendations will be given to gain better clinical outcomes and results.

Talk with your upper cervical doctor today by calling our office number (270)925-1553 to schedule a 15 minute complimentary consultation. Dr. Kyle will sit down with you to discuss your health issues and any specific questions you have concerning your overall health. Dr. Kyle will proceed with postural, structural, and neurological exams and (if deemed necessary) will request 3D spinal imaging utilizing CBCT to better assess your specific case.

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