Upper Cervical Health Centers Of America Opens Third Office In South Charlotte
Upper cervical care is a rapidly growing form of chiropractic that focuses on the intimate relationship between the first two bones in the neck, called the upper cervical spine, and a vital portion of the nervous system, known as the brain stem. Join us at our new Arrowood Road office in Charlotte, NC
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) July 7, 2006
Upper Cervical Health Centers of America announced the opening of its newest office on Arrowood Road in Southwest Charlotte. Along with offices in Hickory and on Harris Boulevard in Charlotte, Dr. Ray T. Drury is now seeing patients at his new location and will continue to provide his patients with the highest level of chiropractic care. He is joined in practice by Dr. Christopher Taulman and Dr. Andrew Abele.
The practice utilizes state-of-the-art technology, a new laser-aligned digital X-ray machine, and a completely paperless patient record filing system, making this new office one of the most modern healthcare facilities in the region.
“We are also very excited about being one of the FIRST multidisciplinary Upper Cervical offices in America incorporating two different Upper Cervical techniques,” said Dr. Drury.
Upper Cervical Health Centers of America is also hosting a Grand Opening Celebration on Thursday, July 27th at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park. Call (704) 588-5560 for details.
About Upper Cervical Care
Upper cervical care is a rapidly growing form of chiropractic that focuses on the intimate relationship between the first two bones in the neck, called the upper cervical spine, and a vital portion of the nervous system, known as the brain stem. This relationship is absolutely essential to the body’s ability to preserve and restore health. The brain stem is the control center that extends from the brain down through an opening in the base of your skull, making it vulnerable to injuries or irritation around the upper neck. The brain stem works very much like a telephone cable with thousands of individual wires or nerve fibers sending signals back and forth between the brain and spinal cord to every cell, organ and system in the body. Every nerve impulse between the brain and the body must pass through the brain stem.
The top two vertebrae, the Atlas and Axis are especially vulnerable to injury or misalignment because they are the most mobile segments of the spine. Misalignment here can produce nerve irritation to the brain stem, which in turn, can affect nearly all vital functions and systems in the body. If neglected, an upper cervical misalignment can lead to irreversible spinal degeneration, chronic ill health, and a shorter life expectancy.
Upper cervical misalignments can be caused by falls, auto accidents, sports, on-the-job injuries, concussions, physical or emotional stress, poor posture, and even birth trauma. If you have a health problem, the doctors in the Upper Cervical Health Centers of America network will strive to correct its cause, not just treat the symptoms.
Visit http://www. UpperCervicalCare. com (http://www. UpperCervicalCare. com) for more information or call the location closest to you.
Arrowood Road Office: (704) 588-5560
Harris Boulevard Office: (704) 532-7576
Hickory Office: (828) 485-2990