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Up C Spine - Is your Head on Straight?   INTRODUCTION TO UP C

Upper Cervical (UpC) Chiropractors utilise very specific and mainly gentle approaches, techniques, methods and procedures to measure and 'adjust' displacements in the upper cervical vertebrae, in particular displacements of the atlas with respect to the skull. READ MORE...

This section summarises information about a wide variety of upper cervical approaches & techniques including Palmer Specific UPC, Blair upper cervical, NUCCA. READ MORE...
"HEAD INJURY WARNING ... Head injuries could be responsible for some behaviour disorders in children and adolescents, a study has found. As many as 20 per cent of children who have suffered mild head injuries through sport or playground falls may develop symptoms years later. These symptoms, according to Uni of New England lecturer Dr James Donnelly, may be misdiagnosed as ADD or attitude or motivational problems. "Blows to the head that cause changes in the child's ability to think clearly, especially those that cause a loss of consciousness, may have jarred the brain in the skull," Dr Donnelly said. 'Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, Australia (July 1st, 2001) pg 27 '"

My name is Greg Buchanan. Welcome to my website. I have developed this website primarily as an information website for people desperately searching for answers to their medical conditions. READ MORE...

The evidence section is intended to provide you with information found in the form of books, websites, scientific studies, newspaper reports, case studies, testimonials, miscellaneous documents and anecdotal stories. READ MORE...

My blog contains newsletters and rambles about my research and good stories about upper cervical care.  READ BLOG..
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Central Coast NSW Australia Upper Cervical Community
Upper Cervical Advocates
The Power of Upper Cervical  
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