What Are Secondary Conditions?
Once a Foundational Shift is present and obstructing the spinal nerves and spinal cord, it can create many different secondary conditions (symptoms). They are referred to as secondary because it results from the primary condition or the underlying cause. The severity of the Foundational Shift will give us an idea about your issues. Some of these include:
The abundance of case reports and studies presented provides compelling evidence regarding the deleterious effects of a Foundational Shift and the potential benefits of Foundational Correction and Upper Cervical Chiropractic care. This research is more impressive when one considers how few doctors worldwide are proficient in this procedure and how little financial support has been given for research. Given the anatomical, bio-mechanical and neurological complexity of the upper cervical spine, this sub-specialty of chiropractic care is an underutilized aspect of providing comprehensive healthcare.