How does the body respond?

Since the innate intelligence, the inborn intelligence within all of us, of the body prevents damage to the brainstem at all costs, it adapts to the subluxation between head and neck by making the tailbone or sacrum crooked. The ribcage will passively twist because it’s in the middle of the column that is twisted one way at the top and the other way at the bottom.

Other forms of care, such as full spine chiropractic adjustments, osteopathic manipulations, ect. may alleviate pain temporality, but if the Atlas is not properly set, the full spine kink will return to compensate for the upper cervical subluxation so that the pressure on the brainstem will be alleviated.