Personal recommendation for health therapist – Georgia
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Atlas Profilax with Lon Lynch
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I heard about atlasprofilax from a friend in Hawaii who had the work done in California. At first, I thought it was just another name for a chiropractic adjustment I’d heard about, called “hole in one” but this was different. After reading about it and talking with my friend who had experienced such wonderful relief from it, I decided to have the work done myself.
It looked as though I might have to go to California to get the work done….there wasn’t anyone in my area or anywhere near me that was trained to do it. Even now, I think there are still only 7 Certified ATLASPROFILAX® Practitioners in the US.
Luckily for me, a man in Georgia, named Lon Lynch, had just been trained and was now available! I was referred to Lon and I set up an appointment immediately to try this non-invasive, specific adjustment of the Atlas.
For me, atlasprofilax provided profound relief from a very chronic problem that had lasted for decades…well, maybe all my life but noticably painful for at least 25 years.
I cannot possibly say enough about this therapist. Lon is caring, careful, precise, respectful and humble. He is skilled and gentle.
Suffering with Chronic Neck Pain?
If you are like me and have chronic neck pain, and your chiropractor tells you that your atlas is out every time you go for an adjustment, then atlasprofilax might offer you the same relief it has offered me and many others.
Lon Lynch Contact Information:
Update…..I had posted Lon’s information here when I first posted this article. However, as you may read down in the comments section, apparently he has moved and is now part-time in Florida and part-time in Atlanta, Georgia. His website is under construction so I’ve removed that link until it has been revised and is visible to the public once more.
The website lists this phone number for contact information now: 404.861.3042
As of time I posted the original post, the website had this number for Lon’s office (this may or may not still be valid): 678.447.5240
Email: LonLynch at hotmail . com
Atlasprofilax has proven very beneficial for those who suffer chronic pain, fibromyalgia, and pain from repetitive strain. It is a non-invasive procedure and is different from both massage therapy or a chiropractic adjustment.
According to the creators of this remarkably simple yet profoundly powerful procedure, most people live with a mis-seated atlas. The atlas is the list cervical vertebra, where the neck meets the base of the skull. If the atlas is out, everything below it (meaning the entire spinal column) is also out). Over time, this creates chronic pain and discomfort such as what I had for so long.
I would have an adjustment and in just a day, my neck would be hurting again.
ATLASPROFILAX® gently nudges the atlas (C1) back into its proper position relative to the base of the skull where it correctly reinstalls itself as was designed by nature. This easy, non-medical, soft tissue method is quick and virtually painless!
I did not experience any of the cracking sounds or jarring feelings I have had with manual adjustments. I did feel something profound was happening but it’s hard to articulate how that feels when it’s happening. I just felt as if something vital was being put right again.
I followed up with more massage work, which I think is key to optimal results with atlasprofilax. Just because my atlas was now in correct position didn’t mean that all my muscles remembered their natural position. They were all used to being torqued so it took a while for them to get the message. However, my atlas has stayed pain-free except for normal tension after a long day of typing.
To me, this is a miracle.