The Best-Kept Secret in Health Care

10 Reasons Parents Take Their Children to See Upper Cervical Doctors

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Jul 23, 2014 10:31:15 AM

How Do Children
Get Nerve Irritation?

Nerve irritations (or vertebral subluxations) occur as a part of normal daily life. They result from physical, chemical and emotional stressors or ‘insults’ to our health, such as knocks and falls, bad posture, prolonged postures, stomach sleeping, poor food choices, dehydration, exposure to chemicals and toxins, and stress and anxiety.
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Topics: Children

Why Haven't I Heard of Upper Cervical Care?

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Jul 18, 2014 2:05:30 PM

There is a monumental health care crisis in this country, but it’s not what you might suspect. It’s not socialized medicine, insurance coverage or prescription drugs. The real health care crisis is the failure to emphasize the prevention of disease instead of the treatment of disease. Until we change our focus, we will forever be chasing symptoms or conditions rather than maintaining our health.

Upper Cervical doctors embrace the fact that the human body is a self-healing organism. We are created with the ability to heal and recover from almost anything and adapt to those things that we cannot. We are empowered to seek advice and ultimately make our own healthcare decisions, because we are the only ones who know what is ultimately best for us!

So why have you not heard of upper cervical care? Great question and here's a great video explaination - CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW.

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

What to expect when visiting your Upper Cervical doctor

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Jul 10, 2014 9:29:59 AM

When you schedule an appointment with an upper cervical doctor:

  1. You will have a consultation with a doctor to discuss your health history.
  2. You will have an upper cervical evaluation to assess the condition of your spinal structures and nervous system.
  3. You will be scanned to determine whether you actually have a problem in the upper part of your neck.
  4. If the doctor does find a problem, three-dimensional X-rays are taken and precise measurements are made to determine exact misalignment of your upper bone(s).
  5. If your case is accepted, the doctor will review the results of your tests and X-rays on your second visit, and you will receive your first upper cervical correction.
  6. On your third visit, the doctor will discuss a care plan designed just for your condition.
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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

How long will it take to get better?

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Jul 1, 2014 3:28:37 PM

Great Question, watch our video for the answer!

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

Why Holding an Upper Cervical Correction is the Key to Optimal Health

Posted by Billy Doherty

Jun 19, 2014 9:52:06 AM

What does it mean to HOLD YOUR CORRECTION?

First of all, lets explain what a CORRECTION is and what does HOLDING mean? An Upper Cervical Correction is performed only after your doctor takes specific x-rays to determine the exact degree of the misalignment of the top two bones in your neck, referred to the Atlas & Axis. The goal of upper cervical care is to realign the top two bones to allow 100% nerve communication from your brain to every part of your body. You see, your brainstem extends down from your brain through those top two bones and serves as the "SUPER HIGHWAY" for nerve communication from your brain to every part of your body. If there is a misalignment of one of the top two bones, pressure is applied to the brainstem and the healing messages can be distorted and could cause problems or symptoms like; migraine headaches, TMJ, back pain, digestive disorders, MS, etc.

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

Why Do I Need X-Rays?

Posted by Billy Doherty

May 29, 2014 11:58:39 AM

l am concerned about radiation from the X-rays. Are they completely necessary?

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

Is TMJ Giving You a Headache?

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

May 5, 2014 1:53:25 PM

People with TMJ often have a clicking or popping sound when opening and closing their mouths. Such disorders are often accompanied by frequent headaches, neck aches, and in some cases, tooth sensitivity.

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Topics: TMJ

The Upper Cervical Multiple Sclerosis Research Study is Complete

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Apr 11, 2014 3:22:53 PM

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

Do you suffer from Asthma or Allergies?

Posted by Billy Doherty

Apr 3, 2014 3:21:21 PM


Upper Cervical Care may be able to help you find relief.
It's the best-kept secret in health care.

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Topics: Asthma & Allergies

A Little-Known Procedure to Get Well Without Drugs or Surgery

Posted by Dr. Ray Drury

Mar 7, 2014 1:21:36 PM

Americans have been taught, through mainstream media, that health comes in the form of a pill, potion or lotion. We are always looking for that magic bullet that will take away our pain, make us sleep better, give us more energy - give us our lives back. Unfortunately, that magic bullet doesn’t exist.

Upper Cervical care is a form of health care that focuses on the top two bones in the neck. The brain stem passes through these bones and is responsible for transmitting nerve impulses from the brain to every part of the body. If one of the top two bones becomes misaligned, even slightly, it can affect the nerve transmission to multiple parts of the body that can cause a variety of health conditions including migraines, high blood pressure, digestive disorders and many others.

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Topics: Upper Cervical Education

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