Check the Upper Cervical Evolution website for details and for more information about the amazing Upper Cervical documentary DVD. This exciting, informative, professional DVD is available for preview and purchase at: http://www.thepowerofuppercervical.com. Every Upper Cervical doctor, student, and the patient should see it and own one!
Another amazing DVD that everyone should have in their office is called A New Approach to Health Care (see UC DVD’s – 17 Questions) and is available at http://ucstuff.flyingcart.com/. This educational DVD is what every patient needs to watch and know about Upper Cervical Chiropractic. All the questions they have will be answered in an informative way using graphics and examples.
What is taught at the Full Blair Seminar Series?
The Primary Seminar consists of Dr. Blair’s innovative concepts on malformation, atlas motion, taking and reading articular x-rays, and same side C-1 Blair spinal adjustments. The Intermediate Seminar will teach the C-2 and below subluxation detection and correction. Taking and reading stereoscopic/3-dimensional x-rays allow you to actually see the joint displacement.
The Advanced Seminar will review previous seminar material and show you how to detect how the segment actually displaces off both joints thus creating double misalignments in the cervical spine. Also covered is Dr. Blair’s efficacious side-opposite adjustments for those patients that have anatomy that makes same side adjusting impossible.
We have the new dates at Palmer Davenport for the Winter Series this year. Get signed up and we’ll see you there on December 13-15,2013 and January 24-26, 2014. Another great website to check out is http://UpperCervicalCare.com. It is informative for Doctors and Patients. It also has a directory for upper cervical chiropractors with individual web pages for clinic information.
A case report (using Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic technique protocal.) Dr. Todd Hubbard at Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa
Upper Cervical Chiropractic Management of an Adult with Ankylosing Spondylitis: A Case Report.
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