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San Francisco - Upper Cervical Care Financial District?

Do you live in North Beach, Financial District, Presidio Heights, Inner Richmond, Richmond District, Laurel Heights, Haight Ashbury, Sea Cliff, Outer Richmond, Outer Sunset, Sunset District, Forest Hill, West Portal, Glen Park, Noe Valley, Bernal Heights, Mission District, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, Mission Bay

 areas? Do you want to regain your lifestyle? Get a free consultation with Dr. Lawlor and have your health questions answered

Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Technique

This gentle, noninvasive technique was developed over forty years back to make a radical new means of healing which may help restore body balance and optimum health

THE LEAST AMOUNT OF INTERVENTION

Do you want to try a non-invasive technique that deal with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cervical Dystonia / Torticollis, Disc Disorders / Herniated Discs, Dizziness / Vertigo / Vestibular Disorders, Epilepsy / Seizures, Fibromyalgia / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Head Injury / Post-concussion Syndrome, Headaches: Migraine, Cluster & Tension, Jaw Pain / TMJ Dysfunction, Numbness / Tingling in Arms, Pain in Neck, Back, Arms, Legs & Joints, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Tics / Tourette Syndrome, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Whiplash / Auto Accidents to help you stop the pain and recreate your natural symmetry and balance?


Blair Chiropractic Technique is a healing technique that uses gentle correction (no popping, pulling or cracking) to eliminate neurological irritation. Once neural pathways allow unobstructed flow, wellness returns at a pace appropriate for your recovery.

Choose A Chiropractic Doctor Practicing Blair Chiropractic Technique - Financial District.

Welcome to the Financial District Blair Chiropractic Society

The focus of this Blair Technique is that the association between the upper cervical spine (neck) and its effect on the central nervous system and brain stem function.

Who Can Benefit From Blair Chiropractic Technique?

Can Children Benefit From Blair Chiropractic Technique?

What Makes Blair Chiropractic Spinal Adjustment Unique?

How can I tell if I need a Blair Chiropractic adjustment?

My neck feels ok, but my lower back is hurts.

What to expect after adjustment?

How can such light pressure make such big difference?

Do I get an adjustment every visit?

What can cause me to lose my alignment?

How long until I get better?

You have to continue the treatment for the rest of your life?

If I feel better, why do I have to come back?

Why should I get checked when I’m feeling fine?

Why are you looking at my feet if you are adjusting the top of my neck?

It is possible to go in and out of alignment on my own?

Why are so many positive outcomes from a single procedure?

Dr. Lawlor, Blair Chiropractic Doctor 

Dr. Lawlor is one of a select few who are specially trained in Upper Cervical Chiropractic. Upper Cervical is a specialty focusing on the neuroanatomy and biomechanics of the upper neck. His focus is on this area because it houses the lower brainstem, which is notably an area of great importance in the body’s regulation of its internal environment (homeostasis), which keeps the body healthy. He specializes in migraine relief as he was a migraine sufferer for many years.

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Dr. Lawlor is a member of Blair Chiropractic Society and offers a FREE, Non-Obligatory innitial consultation.

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NATURAL RELIEF

Teaching and research of the Blair Technique has been continued since Dr. Blair’s passing by the William G. Blair Chiropractic Society, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) qualified Texas non-profit corporation which credentials instructors, sponsors research, and holds annual educational conferences. The Blair curriculum is currently divided into four courses of two days each. Research projects to date have focused primarily on inter-observer reliability studies of measurements and perceptual judgments made on Blair Cervical Series spinographs.