The UCC Clinic focuses on the cranial-cervical junction until the atlas/first cervical vertebra is holding an improved position. Holding the atlas creating neurologic healing is a worthy milestone. Visits that do not require an atlas correction allow the doctor to evaluate the pelvic, coccyx, sacral and/or the full spine region.

The full spine regions consist of a stack of 24 vertebrae and are divided into 3 sections. The 5 lumbar vertebrae are above the sacrum and pelvis. The 12 thoracic vertebrae with 12 pairs of ribs are above the lumbar spine. And finally, the 7 cervical vertebrae, commonly called the neck, have the C1/atlas and C2/axis as the top two bones immediately below the head.

Precision full spine X-ray analysis software helps the doctor to analyze an X-ray of the entire spine, hips and head -- top to bottom. The mathematical analysis enables the doctor to determine a 3-directional line of correction for your primary damaged areas of concern. Injuries and/or harsh stressors to the structure may create unique spinal problems that are as unique as your fingerprint.

Symptoms relating to chronic and acute vertebral subluxation complex are many. The central nervous system or Houston Control innervates every cell, tissue, gland and organ in the body. For this reason, not only does precision spinal care have a decent track record for chronic pain syndromes, it is a wonderful approach and a leader in preventative health care.