Chiropractic Clinic

Dr. Joaquim Valdivia Tor
Upper Cervical Chiropractor - Atlas Orthogonal



Scoliosis is a lateral and rotational misalignment of the spine of more than 10º as seen on x-rays. It must not be confused with bad posture.

In most of the cases the cause is unknown.

The spine when misaligns causes head, shoulders and hip tilt and apparent leg length inequality.

  • Alignment of a 9 years old patient's spine after 13 visits in 5 months of treatment. Published by Dr. Eriksen

  • Cervical spine x-ray improvement (pain and dysfunctions)

    Structural improvement of the cervical spine of a 48 years old patient in 16 visits in one year of treatment. Published by Dr. Reynolds