The neck and spine are made up of small bones called vertebrae. The top two are referred to as the upper cervical spine. They protect the brainstem. They also allow you to move your head. Because of their location, these bones play a vital role in how well the brain and the rest of the body communicate with one another. They also keep your head upright by supporting its weight (approximately 10 pounds).
In order for your central nervous system (CNS) to function properly, these bones need to be in alignment. Consider just a few things that the CNS is responsible for:
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Of course, the CNS does far more than this short list can include, but you get the idea of how vital these processes are to life and health. When these processes are thrown off by an injury, many health problems can result including pain throughout the body. For many, such a misalignment is the underlying cause of chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia.
Perhaps you have already read testimonies of people who suffered from fibromyalgia and experienced much relief through upper cervical chiropractic. There are also numerous studies that have been done. One such study involving 23 people showed that the patients experienced as much as 90% fewer symptoms after receiving relief.
If you live in the Stow, Ohio area, Dr. Geoff Besso can help you find relief. Dr. Besso is trained in upper cervical chiropractic. This is a specialized form of chiropractic that involves diagnosing and correcting misalignments of the C1 and C2 vertebrae, otherwise known as the upper cervical spine. These are the two vertebrae mentioned above that need to be in alignment for proper CNS function.
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