Dr. Jeffrey Middleton, D.C., Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist

Atlas Adjustment
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
Holistic Pain Management
Genetic Testing for Chiropractors in Ft. Lauderdale
Genetic Testing
Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser Therapy
Car Accident
Car Accident
Muscle testing
Muscle Testin

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  • Do not drive with your seat fully reclined, this will cause you to strain your neck when bending forward to see.
  • Also, do not accelerate or brake quickly, this will whiplash your neck.
  • Do not ride in boats or amusement rides that jar your head.
  • Do not slump in a chair when reading or watching TV.
  • Do not look directly overhead, this puts a tremendous strain on your neck.
  • Do not lie on your stomach with your head propped up in your hands.
  • Do not reach or strain for something overhead. Keep your arms at shoulder level or below.
  • Do not bend backward to get your hair washed or rinsed at the hairdressers, always bend forward.
  • Do not hold a telephone receiver to your ear with your shoulder.
  • Do not tilt your head too far upward when shaving.
  • Do not drink from water bottles or cans as your head tilts too far backward, use a wide mouth glass or straw.
  • Do not sleep on your stomach, always on your back or side.
  • Avoid reading in bed, neither propped up on your elbows or flat on your back.
  • Do not sleep on more than one pillow.. even for a quick nap.
  • Do not sleep on a foam rubber pillow, choose instead a feather pillow, or contour pillow. Also, do not place any pillow under your shoulders, just your head and neck, support primarily your neck region.
  • Do not turn over in bed by using your head as a pivot. (pushing up on your back of your head then turning your body.)
  • Do not fall asleep in a sitting position. Like on an airplane or in church. This will cause your head to bob and and whiplash your neck.
  • Do not lie on the couch with your head on the armrest.
  • Do not place your hands under your head while lying down; this bends the head forward stretching the muscles and misaligning the vertebrae.
  • Do not sit on a desk with your chin resting in your hands… like sleeping at work.
  • Do not spend long hours with your head bent forward such as reading, working at a desk or working on a lap top. Try to keep your work at eye level.
  • Do not twist sideways suddenly, like when backing an automobile. Turn your head slowly.

If for any reason, you feel that you have “knocked your atlas out”…book a 20 minute follow up appointment immediately to insure proper healing and avoid a long-term injury.

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