Blog 10: Upper cervical subluxations, physiology and implications for mental health
Research shows that mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and all of their iterations have a very high rate of comorbidity.
Bartlett Joshua Palmer, developer of chiropractic
In 1934, B.J. Palmer introduced the Upper Cervical Specific principle to the world. Almost a century later, our research, techniques and technology have evolved but the principle remains the same. Upper Cervical Specific of Dallas Chiropractic is founded expressly on the intent of carrying out the chiropractic principle in its truest form: removing neurologic, physiologic and biomechanical compromise from the upper cervical spine to allow the body to return to optimum function, thereby delivering a unique and powerful approach to healthcare not found in allopathic medicine or other forms of chiropractic care.
Advanced 3-D imaging that allows pristine visualization across thousands of slices in all planes at low radiation. Offered offsite.
Heat-reading instrumentation that measures differences in vasodilation and vasoconstriction of the capillary bed.
Adjustments that hold progressively longer. Repair that occurs in cycles like clockwork. Life-changing, cumulative, long-term, permanent results. That is the hallmark of Upper Cervical Specific with Stress Analysis.
Precision side-posture toggle-based adjustment delivered by hand without popping, cracking or pulling.
G U I L L E R M O D. V A Z Q U E Z, D. C.
Guillermo David Vazquez graduated from Parker University in April 2020. Growing up, his abiding interest in history lead him to pursue a career in academia and then documentary film. However, starting in September 2007, he suffered from debilitating, chronic, systemic symptoms for almost three years for which no healthcare discipline seemed to have an answer. In May 2010, Guillermo received his first Upper Cervical Specific adjustment and not only regained his health but discovered a new purpose. Today, there's nothing he'd rather do than help others on their journey back to optimum function and a pain-free life. He's the developer of Stress Analysis for the Upper Cervical Subluxation Complex, which allows for reliable, cumulative, long-term results and ultimate handling of even the toughest cases. In his free time, he enjoys watching and playing sports, studying history, photography and film, video games and giving health talks. He prefers to be addressed by his first name but will answer to Dr. Vazquez if he must.