What is Orthospinology?

Orthospinology is a chiropractic technique that maintains head and neck alignment and is designed to remove interference around the brain stem. It is a system of evaluating, locating and adjusting subluxations (a misaligned vertebrae) of the upper cervical spine.  The first vertebra, called Atlas or C1, is the only point where contact is made for the adjustment. 

The adjustment can be given by one of three means:  hand, instrument, or a table mounted instrument.  The amount of force needed for the cervical spine correction is usually less than the pressure you would feel if you pushed on the tip of your nose only to the point where the skin began to dimple. 

This means Orthospinology adjustments are safe for any person from infant to the very elderly.   

The Program was developed with specificity in mind. Dr. Max uses special X-ray views to determine the extent and direction of spinal misalignment. Information from the X-rays determines how he will adjust the spinal segment.

The actual adjustment is performed by an Orthospinology Percussion Adjusting Instrument. The instrument works by percussion—a sound wave. The bone is gently restored to its normal position allowing the body to begin healing - naturally.


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Wikipedia
Upper Cervical Subluxation
Atlas Orthogonality