Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Recovery

Posted in Conditions on 05/21/2021 15:38 PM

Atlas (c-1)Axis (c-2) Misalignments As An Underlying Contributing Factor to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Many people suffer from depression, chronic fatigue and basically have just lost their lust for life. Most of these problems can be directly tied back to childhood trauma. Trauma to the upper cervical spine can cause the atlas vertebra to misalign from its normal position thereby causing interference to normal neurological function.  

Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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There are many contributing factors to the development of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. One of the most common stories we hear is that the patient got sick from the flu and never was able to recover. The question is why does one person get sick and recover and another spiral down into the nightmare known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

We believe that CFS is a result of a body that was weakened due to many contributing factors and then the individual falls ill to the flu and then never recovers. One of those contributing factors is an upper neck misalignment that lowers the body's functional ability and immunity.

Many people suffer from injuries such as car accidents, ski injuries, sports injuries, and other injuries that damage the structure of the upper cervical spine. We wrote recently about how an upper cervical injury can cause tight suboccipital muscles(muscles at the back of the neck and head) causing tension and irritation to the spinal cord. This irritation weakens the body's ability to function properly and can result in a host of health problems.

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Upper Cervical Care is a healthcare procedure whose goal is to correct spinal misalignments at the most critical junction of the spine. Where the head and neck meet. This area of the neck houses the brain stem and associated spinal nerves and cranial nerves. By precisely realigning this vertebra it allows the central nervous system to function optimally. 

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