You cannot have a head injury without a neck injury.

This person’s atlas went up and anterior on the left. This pinched his left jugular vein, put pressure on his left vertebral artery and probably caused some turbulent CSF flow in the head and neck. He felt 50% better after the first Atlas Orthogonal Adjustment. Several days later we programed a slightly different angle into the Atlas Orthogonal Percussion Adjusting instrument and got his symptoms 90% better. The right jugular is enlarged because it is entrapped in scar tissue behind the right clavicle and because the pinched left jugular was not allowing sufficient outflow. This is what he looked like after two concussions.