About Treatment

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Many of these problems can be associated with the imbalance of the spinal column. The spinal column is a tunnel of interlocking bones called vertebrae that protect the spinal cord. The spinal cord is an extension of the brain, together known as the central nervous system. There are spaces between each vertebra allowing nerves, which are extensions of the spinal cord, to supply and connect every part of the human body. Therefore, it is the nervous system that regulates and affects all body functions.

The nervous system can be likened to a major super highway. Without problems and all vehicles going the speed limit, travel is smooth and without accident. However, if there is a car crash, traffic slows down and even stops. The highway does not function as it was intended.

When the spinal column is misaligned and out of balance, the nervous system is unable to function as it was intended.

Dr. Jacobs utilizes the Atlas Orthogonal technique with supplemental activator protocol. She will never crack, pop or twist you. Her technique is very precise and corrects misalignments in the upper cervical region in terms of millimeters and degrees of rotation. It is so specific that your atlas formula will work for you and you alone.

She uses a specialized spinal percussion wave instrument to properly align your atlas (C1) vertebra. Because she does not twist or crack you, the adjustment is painless and safe for all ages. By correcting your Atlas misalignment, it allows the pressure to be re-distributed throughout your spinal discs and truly a full body adjustment.

In addition to spinal and extremity adjustments the office also offers Cold Laser Treatments to reduce pain, inflammation and to speed the healing/recovery time. Please inquire at the office for further details. 


Atlas Orthogonal treatments can help: (Just to name a few)

Arthritis                                     Neck and Back Pain                     Foot pain                       Allergies                      Shoulder Pain

Fibromyalgia                              Auto Accident Injuries                "Brain Fog"                     Asthma                       Repetitive Injuries

Migraines/Headaches                Dizziness/Vertigo                         Pelvic Pain                     Constipation               Chronic Fatigue

Chronic pain                              Joint Pain                                     Tinnitus                         Infant failure to thrive

Herniated Discs                         Trigeminal Neuralgia                    Sciatica                         Torticollis

Scoliosis                                     Leg or arm numbness                 Jaw Pain                        Post-Surgical Pain

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome           Knee Pain                                     Athletic Injuries            Tailbone pain