Marc’s article published in Dynamic Chiropractic magazine starts by reminding doctors why low force non thrust techniques are useful. He then go over specific assessment methods for the occiput, and muscle energy mobilization for this joint. He also utilizes the Upper Cervical Side Bend exercise.
Adjusting the Occiput on the Atlas
Dr. Marc Heller2020-08-23T15:30:21-07:00April 27th, 2015|
About: Dr. Marc Heller
Dr. Heller graduated cum laude as valedictorian from the National College of Chiropractic in 1979. He constantly updates his knowledge by studying with different teachers and learning new techniques to help his patients. His work draws from the chiropractic, osteopathic, and physical therapy teachings, with the goal of finding the right techniques for you as a unique individual. His focus is on helping you help yourself; coaching you on how to move better, and how to increase your strength and flexibility.Dr.Heller has published over 120 articles, primarily as a columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic magazine, a national trade journal.