civickiller wrote:When I tried a Upper Cervical Chiropractor, i felt the same benefits they say they felt with CCSVI when he corrected my misaligned C1"Atlas" then i saw Dr Amir's jaw treatment which my jaw is messed up then he said that correcting the jaw misalignment will correct your C1 misalignment. Everything fits together so nicely
Do i think its all about closed veins? no, i think CSF plays a bigger factor than we think
Civickiller Just a minor correction!
Jaw correction corrects the Atlas in many instances. I would say at least in 75% of the cases.
This is a copy of what I recently posted on another thread:
"It has been a long time since I wrote anything about the Atlas.
I shall try and enlighten you with my experiences over the last year or so.
I start many new patients each month. Almost all of them have Atlas/Hip asymmetry at the outset.
About a year or more ago I decided that I am not going to correct the Atlas first but sort the jaw out for a few months and then re evaluate.
Surprisingly I have only had to correct one Atlas in the last 3 months. All the rest corrected with orthodontic/TMJ treatment.
When the Atlas is out of synch the hips are also always out of level. When the Atlas corrects the hips level out.
Therefore in general a patient can self check their hips to know if the Atlas is out. The higher hip when palpated just above the iliac crest is always relatively more painful than the lower side. When level the pain disappears.
Experience also shows that, very rarely, the hips are out of line on their own without Atlas involvement. These can be quickly corrected with a traditional chiropractic adjustment which is a very straight forward procedure requiring only a couple of minutes effort.
Atlas symmetry, jaw/dental symmetry and hip symmetry appear to be very interdependent and major players in overall skeletal symmetry and hence optimal function."