Did you know problems in your upper neck can lead to health problems due to the neurological connections between your upper cervical vertebrae and your ears? Those problems can lead to the following health problems.
Research by Dr. Michael Burcon reveals a connection between injuries to the upper cervical vertebrae and those conditions. A misalignment to the upper cervical spine causes a lesion in the Eustachian Tube.
Burcon theorizes this correlation was not made previously because it takes an average of 15 years after the accident or injury for the symptoms to begin to appear. Patients are normally not diagnosed with these health problems until middle age, due to past car accidents, sports related injuries, falling, or other head or neck trauma. 15 years later after the injury, they often do not think to put those injuries on the medical history report because they often forget about them.
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Overtime, if those injuries are left uncared for or are not given the proper care, they can worsen and lead to long-term health problems. A misalignment of only ¼ of a millimeter in the top two vertebrae of the neck can place enough pressure on the brainstem to hinder communication between the brain and the body thus leading to various health problems.
The good news is that many times those health problems can be reversed by realigning the top two vertebrae in the neck. That is why it is important for patients who suffered from previous accidents to their neck or to the head to seek out the care of an upper cervical chiropractor. They will examine your neck for any misalignments in those two vertebrae and make any adjustments necessary to realign your upper cervical spine. This will allow the body to begin to heal itself of any health conditions such as Meniere's Disease, Tinnitus, and other similar health problems.
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