WHAT IS ATLAS ORTHOGONAL CORRECTIVE HEALTH CARE?
Atlas Orthogonal is an effective, scientifically proven procedure in the chiropractic profession. Its purpose is to restore the body’s natural ability to heal itself and maintain optimal health. This procedure corrects head/neck misalignment and removes interference at the point where the head and neck join. This reactivates brain to body communication so the body’s natural self-healing process can begin. Brain health and healing messages leave the brain by way of the brain stem, pass through the neck, down the spinal cord and out over the entire nervous system to all parts of the body. These messages control, monitor and maintain everything that goes on in the body. They also direct healing. Countless acute and chronic health problems have responded to Atlas Orthogonal. It is fast becoming a household topic.
WHAT IS AN ATLAS ORTHOGONIST?
An Atlas Orthogonist is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic who, in addition to having their standard education, has taken additional post-graduate training in precision instrument spinal adjusting. Atlas Orthogonal doctors utilize a light force method of adjusting the cervical spine; there is no twisting or popping of the neck. This method is gentle and effective, requiring very specialized equipment. Dr. Perazza is board certified in Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic.
HOW DOES THIS UNIQUE METHOD DIFFER FROM GENERAL CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT?
One of the most obvious differences is the gentle, painless way in which the doctor works. No strenuous manipulation is ever employed or needed. The Atlas Orthogonist's methods require such light force to the affected area that patients, who may expect more forceful manipulations as part of their treatment, find it hard to believe that anything effective has been accomplished. Their doubts and fears quickly vanish shortly after realizing the results obtained.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM AN ATLAS ORTHOGONIST?
Anyone who is experiencing a departure from optimal health or anyone who is at their optimum and would like to remain there. Since the spine is the central core of the human body, it is vitally important that it be examined periodically, even though there may be no apparent signs of trouble.