Written by Erick Anderson, DC;
Chiropractor, (Published 2018)
NorthLakes Community Clinic, Iron River, WI
Stand in front of a mirror. With your eyes level move only your head to the right. Did you notice your entire spine and pelvis move? This is not a normal posture. But it does become a ‘normal’ abnormal posture for many people. The position of your head relative to the top of spine is extremely important to your overall function. This area is called the upper cervical complex (Atlas & Axis related to the head). Correcting misalignments of the upper cervical complex has become my chiropractic focus.