The number of children who are being diagnosed with autism or being “on the spectrum” has been on a steep rise. There is so much information out there for parents to sort through and be aware of, it can be quite overwhelming.

So many questions. Perhaps we are getting closer to answers?  I believe we are, and this could lead to some much needed help for children on the spectrum and their families. 

A new study out of UNC School of Medicine is being published in Biologic Psychiatry this week.

Could the car accident you had 15 years ago have anything to do with your diagnosis of Meniere’s Disease? Research shows a very strong connection. 



Living with Multiple Sclerosis is not easy, and finding help can be even more difficult.

A study was published in the Annals of Italian Chiropractic showing the outcome of Multiple Scleorsis with Upper Cervical structural correction of the Atlas Displacement Complex. (1) 

A new article in Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy is addressing the connection between neck trauma and Dizziness, Visual Disturbances and sensorimotor control. 

CSF, Migraines, MS and Neuroinflamation

Our brain sits inside of our skull… we all know that. What hangs out between the brain and the bone of the skull is what we are going to dive into today. Inside the skull is something called Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF), and we are continually learning more and more about the importance of having the CSF flow around our brain be optimal.

This CSF plays a vital role in the normal function of the body, both for the health of the brain and the body systems as a whole. As the CSF flows around the brain and spinal cord,