Anterior Head Syndrome
When your skull has shifted anteriorly relative to your thorax, which in simpler terms means that the vertebra in your neck may have shifted forward so that, rather than having your skull positioned over the center of your body, it's shifted forward and putting a great deal of stress on the bones, discs, nerves, ligaments, tendons, and muscles in the cervical spine - aka the neck. If a house is not resting correctly on its foundation, could that result in a series of problems? Could that shift cause the walls to crack...the floors to creak...the windows to get stuck, etc? Should we fill in the crack on the wall, put another nail in the floor, and put some WD-40 on the window, or should we FIRST check the foundation and the frame of the house and correct any issues that may exist? What makes the most sense? Most health providers focus on the symptoms. When the symptoms have been addressed, the condition is no longer an issues. Meanwhile, what do you think will happen to the walls, the floor, and the window if we don't focus our attention on the foundation, w hick as we both KNOW, is the underlying cause?
Dr. Jeremy Subadya
Chiropractor at Specific Chiropractic