- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Bells Palsy
- Radiculopathy/Pinched nerve
- Dystonia/muscle spasms/decrease in muscle tone/posture
The Vertebral artery is one of the two main arteries that supply blood to the brain. It travels through the Atlas bone and into the brain. If the Atlas is misaligned, it can impinge the flow of blood running through that artery. This could result in a lack of blood supply which nourishes the brain and cranial nerves, thereby, resulting in neurological symptoms.
Aligning the Atlas bone will restore the body’s normal function by allowing proper blood flow and nerve transmission between the brain and the body, thus, facilitating the healing process and enabling the body to function at its most optimal level.