What are Secondary Conditions?

Secondary Conditions are our body’s warning signs that something isn’t right. Any time you have a secondary condition, it is important to ask why that symptom has occurred. At our practice, we will determine whether you have a Neuro-Structural Shift; and whether or not it may be causing your secondary conditions.
Below is a list of some of the more common secondary conditions that we see here in the practice.
Anterior Head Syndrome
WHEN THE SPINE SHIFTS, IT CAUSES SECONDARY CONDITIONS (SYMPTOMS) RANGING FROM NECK AND SHOULDER PAIN, AND LOW BACK AND SCIATICA TO DIZZINESS, VERTIGO, AND HEADACHES AND MIGRAINES.

•  ADD/ADHD
    •  Arm Pain (Upper   & Lower)
    •  Asymmetry (Ex: low Shoulder)
    •  Blood Pressure
(High and  Low)
    •  Bone Spurs
    •  Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    •  Cervical Myelopathy
    •  Degenerative Disc Disease
    •  Degenerative Joint Disease
    •  Digestive Conditions
    •  Disc Herniation/
Pinched Nerves
    •  Dizziness
    •  Chronic Fatigue
    •  Fibromyalgia
    •  Tennis Elbow
    •  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    •  TMJ

 •  Tinnitus
    •  Migraine Headaches
    •  Muscle Spasm
    •  Low Back Pain
    •  Mid-Back Pain
    •  Muscular Imbalance
    •  Neck Pain
    •  Numbness and Tingling (Arms/Hands)
    •  Nerve Impingement Syndrome
(Pinched Nerve)
    •  Posture-Related Issues (Including Poor Appearance)
    •  Shoulder Pain
    •  Spinal Canal Stenosis
    •  Strength-Related Issues (Decreased Grip Strength)
    •  Tendinitis