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Charlotte chiropractic for Auto Accidents

Hi, I'm Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center. If you've ever been involved in an automobile accident, front-end, rear-end, T-bone, any type of collision with a motor vehicle, I want to express to you how important it is that you get your nerve system, specifically the upper part of your neck, checked out.

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Natural Treatment for Vestibular Disorder Symptoms

The vestibular disorder occurs when the vestibular system is damaged. This can be caused by the natural aging process, an infection, or an injury to the head or neck. Vestibular disorder symptoms can take a toll on a person’s daily life and while there are treatment options available, it is hard to find an effective natural treatment for reducing or eliminating vestibular disorder symptoms.

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Bell’s palsy: Facial nerve crisis

Bell’s palsy, also called Acute Peripheral Facial Palsy and Idiopathic Facial Palsy is a very rare neurological disorder. Scottish anatomist Charles Bell was the first person to identify this condition hence named Bell’s palsy. This condition is associated with severe weakness on one side of the face.

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Neck Pain Chiropractic Treatment Charlotte

I want to talk with you today about natural treatments for neck pain. It surprises me, after being in practice for 26 years, how many people do not realize that “upper cervical” means the upper cervical bones or the top two bones in the neck

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Recovery

Chronic fatigue syndrome is estimated to affect one million people in the United States with 17 to 24 million affected worldwide. Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as CFS, is an extreme fatigue or tiredness that does not go away with rest.

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What is Scoliosis?

What is Scoliosis?

It's basically a curvature of the spine. Our spine is designed, looking from front to back, to be straight up and down, giving us stability this way, with gravity pushing down.

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Good news for Multiple Sclerosis

There are 2.3 million people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the world right now. Every week in the United States alone, there are 200 more cases diagnosed in the United States. 200 a week. It's become a big problem in the US.

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Bell's Palsy treatment in Charlotte

Hi, I'm Dr. Drury. Today, I'm going to talk to you a little bit about Bell's Palsy.  What is Bell's Palsy? Well, Bell's Palsy is basically a paralysis of the face, often on one side over the other side. Rarely, it's on both sides. What happens is this: the whole side of the face becomes paralyzed.

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Tinnitus Causes

Tinnitus Causes

There is a large variety of tinnitus causes and some could be less serious than others; however, knowing the cause of your tinnitus can help you understand why it’s happening and why it’s important to receive a treatment you may need.

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Where dizziness come from?

Hi. I'm Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center, and one of the questions I frequently get asked is about dizziness. Where does dizziness come from? What causes it? How come every time I stand up, I get lightheaded and it takes me a few seconds to get my bearings and get straightened out?

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