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Ball Chiropractic

Drs. Joe & Carol Ball

10468 San Pablo Avenue

El Cerrito, CA 94530

Welcome Dr. Nizer

Dr. Nizer joined Ball CC in 2014.
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3 Days to a New You

Getting your health back can be a simple as 1-2-3.  Discover more about Advanced Atlas Orthogonal

 

Advanced Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic

Our office specializes in upper cervical work known as Advanced Atlas Orthogonal.  It is a gentle, effective approach to renewed health and relief of discomfort without manipulation.  The strength of the technique comes from the analysis of cervical x-rays and a soundwave vibration emmitted from the instrument.  The adjustment restores balance and promotes healing without cracking or popping!

3 Days to a New You!

Day 1: Are you a candidate?
If you are a candidate for atlas correction, we take digital X rays of your skull and neck, measure the angle and severity of imbalance, and find the precise location for your unique correction. If your spine is out of alignment, you are probably a candidate! We treat scoliosis, headaches, pain, ADHD, arthritis and many other skeletal and nerve issues! Call our office for more information.

Day 2: Findings and correction
Your imbalances, unique anatomy, correction goals and care recommendations are thoroughly reviewed. You receive an adjustment and have a follow-up digital X ray to confirm that you are in alignment.

Day 3: Assessment and review
Your body's ability to hold the correction will be assessed, and you'll receive recommendations on how to support your healing process.

Follow-up care depends on your body's ability to hold the correction. Over time, the cumulative health benefits allow your body to heal.


 

"My greatest pleasure is to see people improve, recover their health, and enjoy life. To be in this great chiropractic health field and adjust the atlas with a scientific, accurate procedure is a joyful experience."

The misalignment of the tiny Atlas vertebrae creates posture problems that effect the health of the whole body. These illustrations show some of the stresses that can occur when the Atlas vertebrae is subluxated.