How We Find and Correct Vertebral SubluxationsThe Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Approach

Over 30% of the sensory information needed to balance the body comes from the joints and muscles of the head and neck. The head is designed to be straight and the eyes to look level with the horizon. The center for equilibrium (balance) is located within the ears. Any misalignment in the neck drastically affects the body’s balance and equilibrium through neurological input and output. The brain will use the muscles to shift the entire spine in an effort to balance the head, eyes and ears to allow upright movement.

The ATLAS (C1) is the first cervical vertebrae of the spine.

ORTHOGONAL(or-thog’-ah-nal) means at right angles, or square. The head should sit level on the atlas and the atlas should sit squarely on the cervical spine (neck) The delicate upper neck, where the skull and atlas are located, is the most moveable and least stable area of the entire spine. An Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractor has received advanced training to identify and correct atlas misalignment with a precise, gentle adjustment with no popping or cracking of the neck.

Dr. Lavender and Dr. Jarman each have over 18 years experience as BoardCertifiedAtlasOrthogonal Chiropractors (B.C.A.O.)  To learn more about the Atlas Orthogonal Technique go to:



ACTIVATOR METHOD The Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic Approach

"TRT" has been designed as part of scientific research into the health benefits of chiropractic. As such it is a mixture of the best of existing chiropractic techniques and principles, quantum physics and the body/mind connection. Creating the first integrated chiropractic system for the second century of chiropractic.

To learn more about Torque Release Technique go This is a system of spinal evaluation combined with a handheld adjusting instrument that delivers a consistent, low-force thrust.Thompson Terminal Point technique is a system of analysis and a special table that reduces the amount of energy needed to adjust your spine.




Sacral-Occipital Technique (SOT) helps normalize the relationship between the pelvis and the head, using gravity to make the necessary correction.