Craniocervical instability surgery is major surgery. Dr, Schultz discusses what craniocervical instability is, the most common symptoms, common causes, treatment options, craniocervical instability surgery, its risks, and a new groundbreaking nonsurgical treatment option.
Neck ligament laxity can be debilitating. Dr. Schultz discusses what neck ligament laxity is, the 8 most common symptoms, the causes, how it is diagnosed, treatment options including a revolutionary nonsurgical treatment, and a must-read new book that provides insight and hope for those that suffer from neck ligament laxity.
Whiplash is a significant injury that is commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents. Dr. Schultz discusses what whiplash is, the structures that can be injured, the 7 untreated whiplash symptoms that you need to watch for, and the major long-term consequences of not treating whiplash symptoms.
Craniocervical instability (CCI) is a medical condition in which the strong ligaments that connect and stabilize the head and neck are loose. Dr. Schultz discusses what CCI is, the 8 most common symptoms, who is at risk for developing CCI, current treatment options, and a new nonsurgical treatment that allows patients to use their own cells to treat damaged or loose ligaments.
Cranial instability better known as Cranial Cervical Instability (CCI) is a very important medical condition. Dr. Schultz discusses what CCI is, the most common symptoms, who is at risk, how to make the diagnosis, treatment options, and revolutionary nonsurgical treatment option that utilizes your own stem cells.
The Atlantoaxial joint also referred to as the C1/2 joint is a joint in the upper neck. Dr. Schultz discusses what the atlantoaxial joint is, what atlantoaxial subluxation means, the symptoms of atlantoaxial subluxation, how it is diagnosed, and nonsurgical treatment options.
Cranial Cervical Instability (CCI) is a medical condition where the strong ligaments that hold your head to your upper neck are loose or lax. Dr. Schultz discusses the 7 major criteria used in diagnosing cranial cervical instability and a new nonsurgical treatment option.
Patients and doctors alike often associate dizziness with either a problem in the inner ear or an issue in the brain. But if there is also neck pain involved, dizziness may have nothing to do with the inner ear or the brain; it may be a symptom of a problem in a very specific part … Continued
Craniocervical Instability (CCI) is a medical condition where the strong ligaments that hold your head to your upper neck are loose or lax. Dr. Schultz discusses what CCI is, the 7 most common symptoms, and a revolutionary non-surgical treatment option.
The transverse ligament is a thick band of connective tissue at C1 that wraps around the odontoid process stabilizing it along with the upper cervical spine. Dr. Schultz discusses the transverse ligament, its function, location, symptoms with transverse ligament injuries, and a breakthrough non-surgical treatment option.