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 CCI, its causes, symptoms, treatment options, and a new, groundbreaking non-surgical treatment option.
The alar ligament is a thick band of connective tissue that connects your neck to your head. Dr. Schultz discusses cranial cervical instability (CCI), the major symptoms, and treatment options. He highlights the injury of a young man in Italy who traveled to the Centeno-Schultz Clinic for treatment.
Craniocervical instability involves excessive movement between the head and neck. Dr. Schultz discusses what craniocervical instability is, its causes, and upper cervical ligament stem cell injections which are the first effective non-surgical treatment option of symptomatic patients with CCI.
Matt Chan, a Denver Firefighter, and National CrossFit Champion undergoes treatment at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic. Dr. Schultz discusses how athletes and others can successfully use stem cells to treat knee and back injuries.
Specialized doctor discusses successful knee stem cell therapy for skier.