NEW LEAF CHIROPRACTIC

Specializing in Upper Cervical and Youth Adjustments

Monroe Wisconsin

Over the last 25 years we have been fortunate enough to help hundreds of patients afflicted with debilitating headaches and other symptomatic pains with the use of Atlas Orthogonal Treatment Method.

Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic

The Atlas Orthogonal technique is a gentle, effective approach to renewed health and relief of discomfort without manipulation.

You are probably asking yourself, “Atlas Orthogo… What?” It’s simple, let’s explain.

Atlas: is the top bone of the spine. It is the vertebrae that the head sits on (image). Orthogonal: means at right angles, or square. The atlas should be sitting level, or square, on the cervical spine (neck), and the head should be square on the atlas.

It basically asks the question: “Is your head on straight?”

The head is designed to be vertical.

The eyes are designed to look level with the horizon. The center for equilibrium (balance) is located within the ears. If the atlas is misaligned (subluxated), it causes the head to tilt.

The body instinctively tries to straighten the head up

while keeping the head over the feet (center of gravity). This causes STRESS throughout the rest of the spine, the shoulders, the pelvis, the hips, the knees, and the ankles.

Subluxations (misalignments) are often deceiving. Even though symptomatic pain may appear in the lower back, legs, shoulders, arms or other parts of the body, their cause is very often located in the cervical spine (neck).

New Leaf Chiropractic is the only chiropractic office in South Central Wisconsin offering Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic. Our Physicians approach your care as an individual with very specific needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or consultation

608-328-1220

How does this unique method differ from General Chiropractic treatment?

One of the most obvious differences is the gentle way in which the doctor works. No strenuous manipulation is needed. The Atlas Orthogonal (A.O.) Technique utilizes and adjusting instrument developed by Dr. Roy W. Sweat with the aid of engineers at Georgia Tech University.  The precision of the A.O. instrument allows for an adjustment that requires such a light force that patients, who may expect more forceful manipulations as part of their treatment, find it hard to believe anything effective has been accomplished. Their doubts and fears quickly vanish when their pain and discomfort disappear.

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