How does Atlas One work?

The Atlas One tool was designed to work on the muscles and connective tissue surrounding the Atlas bone. The Atlas One tool uses a very specific frequency of vibration to completely relax the tissue (in particular around the Transverse Process) holding the Atlas out of place. The Atlas bone can then be gently guided back into its correct position. This technique is not forceful and is completely non-invasive. The procedure has been described as calming, enjoyable and at times euphoric....

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The Atlas and the nervous system

Gastrointestinal disorders, heart arrhythmia, sensation of torpor, sensitivity disorders, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, malfunctioning of sense organs...would you have ever thought that a single bone can be responsible for all these disorders? Normal movements of the head and body can temporarily compress or lengthen the various vascular, neural and lymphatic structures. These compressions are temporary and do not entail any problems whatsoever: in fact, the body is made to move. On the contrary, an Atlas out of alignment causes a...

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Symptoms of a misaligned Atlas

The Atlas not only carries the skull, but is also responsible for the suspension, equilibrium and management of the spine and skeleton. When the Atlas is misaligned it causes the head to tilt. The spine then compensates by rotating muscles and bones all the way down to the hip joints, in an attempt to maintain the center of gravity. This can cause neck pain, shoulder pain, lower back pain, and hip pain. As the hip rotates, one leg becomes shorter...

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Spinal alignment

With your Atlas vertebra returned to its correct position, a wealth of physical and mental improvements can take the place as the body is given the freedom to heal itself. After the Atlas One treatment, you may experience: Significant increases in energy Improved eyesight, hearing and memory Migraine headaches disappear Increased comfort sleeping at night on an ordinary pillow Ability to sleep without medications Increased muscle strength Menstrual cramps disappear Hips and shoulders align properly Back and shoulder pain disappear...

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The Atlas bone

The Atlas is the first cervical vertebra (C1). This thin ring shaped bone has no body and consists of an anterior and a posterior arch. It articulates with the Occipital bone on the base of the skull above and the Axis (C2) below. The Atlas supports the head and rotates on the facets of the Axis. Unlike the other vertebrae, it contains a transverse foramen through which the vertebral arteries and veins pass. The Atlas contains spinal nerve roots in...

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How did the Atlas bone get its name?

The first bone in the spine carries the weight of the entire skull. The bone is named after the Greek God Atlas, who was punished by having to carry the weight of the celestial sphere on his shoulders for eternity. As in the myth, the first cervical vertebra is known as the Atlas because it bears the weight of the whole head. When there is a misalignment of the Atlas, the interactive communication between the brain and the rest of...

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