A lot of people always ask me, “What’s the difference between upper cervical-specific chiropractic care? How are we able to help people with migraines versus other traditional types of care?

What I wanted to highlight today is the use of the zero-gravity chair as a resting chair after the adjustment is given to our patients.

Now you’ve probably got one more question: how does a zero-gravity chair work and why do we use it?

The main reason we want to rest our patients after an adjustment in this chair is to help the adjustment hold as long as we possibly can.

One of the things I’ve noticed in working with migraine sufferers for years is that the longer we can get the adjustment to hold the better they progress through care, and ulltimately the less severe migraines they have and the less frequent migraines they have over time.

So after a correction is given we rest our patients in this chair right here in the zero-gravity position, and we rest them here after the correction. And then, of course, we’re going to take a scan after the correction to ensure that we indeed did have an effect on the nervous system.

That’s how the zero gravity chair helps us as upper cervical specific chiropractors and that helps our patients with migraines.