Method & Effectiveness

Atlas Adjustment Therapy is not a new method. Its derived from the Atlastherapy by Dr. Arlen which has been practiced for decades and predominantly used to treat children with Kiss-Syndrom (Kopfgelenk-induzierte Symmetriestörung). Atlas Adjustment for adult patients was and is less commonly practiced due to the intensity of the procedure.

For the treatment of adults a new device was developed that pulsates with the required intensity (THEMPER-Technologie). In the pretreatment two Themper-Devices are used and during the Atlas position correction one device. This device has made an Atlas Adjustment for adults possible in just one session.

The Importance of the Atlas Adjustment

The spinal cord runs through the spine and enters through the underside of the skull to connect with the brain.
Vital blood veins and nerves run past the Atlas vertebrae such as the inner Artery Art. Vertebralis int., the inner Jugular vein, Lymph nodes and the very important Vagus nerve.

A misalignment of the Atlas Vertebrae can reduce the amount of space available for these important nerves and veins. Which can compromise “blood and nerve flow”.

This compression can also affect the Vagus Nerve, which controls the vegetative nervous system. A tightening of the Vagus Nerve can cause migraines, problems with circulation, digestion and sleep. As well as a list of other symptoms.

Atlast Adjustment based on atlasreflex® offers a method of soothing / reversing a variety of symptoms.

The severity of the symptoms is correlated to the degree of the misalignment of the Atlas Vertebrae.
This muscle region is where many receptors for balance, orientation, head position, and posture are located. These imbalances have to be compensated for, at the cost of a lot of energy and stamina. The body has to constantly keep opposing muscles flexed, and stiff in order to counter act them. This can lead to neck discomfort, tension headaches, dizziness and range of motion disorders. The lower half of the body can also be affected by these imbalances in the neck in the form of asymmetrical working spinal and pelvic muscles. in the case of a pinched Vagus nerve, it can influence the heart, blood pressure, and digetion.

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