Burning sensation in the esophagus

How AtlasPROfilax® can help with Burning sensation in the esophagus

Burning sensation in the esophagus

Of cervical origin

The mechanical cranio-cervical imbalance that causes the anteriorization or inclination of the head, is a real disturber of the brain stem and the vague and phrenic nerves. This can have negative repercussions on the control systems of the digestive system, which added to bad eating habits, significantly increases acidity at esophageal level.

Effectiveness, improvements and limitations of AtlasPROfilax® in burning sensation in the esophagus

  • Chronic excess of cervical tension in the lower cervical segment worsens gastroesophageal reflux. In this regard, AtlasPROfilax® is 70% effective in improving reflux from cervical disorders.
  • Burning and reflux due to bad chewing and anxiety have no change after the application of AtlasPROfilax®.
  • Atlas correction has no incidence on burning and reflux from disorders such as esophageal cancer.
  • Studies show that chronic uncontrolled gastroesophageal reflux is a trigger for esophageal cancer. It is important that in case of chronic reflux consult your specialist and start the respective treatment.

The most frequent causes of heartburn are hiatal hernia, obesity, scleroderma, consumption of irritating substances such as alcohol and coffee, smoking, use of anticholinergics, beta-blockers, dopaminergics, antidepressants, beta-blockers, bronchodilators, NSAIDs, etc.. All this is not related to the MID of C1 and reduces the effectiveness rate of its correction.


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Related References:

  • Hains, Guy; Hains, François; Descarreaux, Martin. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Spinal Manipulative Therapy and Ischemic Compression: A Preliminary Study.. Journal of the American Chiropractic Association . Vol. 44 Ed.1, p7-19. 13p. Enero 2007.
  • Robert D. Mootz, Howard T. Vernon. Best Practices in Clinical Chiropractic. Jones & Bartlett Learning. 1999.
  • Younga, Martin F.; McCarthyb, Peter W.; King, Susan J. Chiropractic manual intervention in chronic adult dyspepsia: A pilot study. Elsevier. Clinical Chiropractic. Vol. 12, Ed. 1, p.28–34: Mar. 2009.
  • Demeter, Pal; Pap, Akos.The relationship between gastroesophageal reflux disease and obstructive sleep apnea. Journal of Gastroenterology.Vol. 39, Ed. 9, pp 815-820. Sept. 2004.
  • Nerreter A. Ruf S.; Höly B. The osteopathic treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) - a observational study. Akademie für Osteophatie (AFO). Oct. 2006. Germany.


Please read our disclaimer

It is not our intention that readers of this website assume that the Minor Intervertebral Derangement of the Atlas is the only cause of the health problems listed earlier in this section.  Pain is usually a warning sign that there is an actual or potential tissue damage, so it is necessary to see a specialist to determine its possible causes.

E.g. headaches or local pain can have many causes and can also be a sign of an ongoing disease. Even apparent benign muscle pain can indicate a metabolic, immune, vascular or joint condition. Therefore, if you have any of these health problems, please contact your doctor and follow the proper treatment. Remember to manage your health quickly.

AtlasPROfilax® is a kinesiological method that supports allopathic and natural medicine as well as orthopedic dentistry. In no case does it interfere with or replace medical and/or dental treatments or medicines. The only purpose is to correct the MID of the Atlas to improve the quality of life of the patient and turn their body into a more fertile ground for any subsequent treatment and therapy.

The same way that a large number of patients react quite well to complementary medicine specialties (homeopathy, neural therapy, acupuncture, naturopathy, aromatherapy, nutraceuticals, osteopathy, chiropractic, massages, energy therapies, etc.), there is always a population that, due to a lack of receptivity to these techniques or due to the condition of their own health, does not have the expected results.

Likewise, as Chilean biologists Maturana and Varela state, "Living beings are networks of molecular productions where the produced molecules generate their interactions in the same network that produces them". This principle of autopoiesis, which deals with self-production and self-regulation, explains why some patients evolve favorably with a therapy while others don't.

All the above is to point out that the atlas MID correction has been shown to be highly effective in reducing benign chronic myofascial pain, in some functional alterations of posture as well as in the rearrangement of the Tonic Postural System. However, as in any specialty of complementary medicine, the results are proportional to the patient's autopoiesis.

There are several probable etiologies for the development of problems and pain in the body, from endogenous (genetic, congenital, autoimmune, etc.), exogenous (allergic, iatrogenic, pathogenic, etc.), environmental (mechanical and postural, ergonomic, professional, etc.) and multifactorial (neoplastic, idiopathic, psychosomatic, etc.) alterations.

The misalignment of the Atlas had not been taken into account up until the development of Osteopathy in 1874 by A. Taylor Still, M.D. and the birth of Chiropractic in 1895 by D. D. Palmer. The concept of Minor Intervertebral Desarrangement was included in 1969 by R. Maigne, M.D. The MID of the Atlas, studied in depth for 20 years by Dr. R.-C. Schümperli, E.M., was published in 1993.

The MID of C1 is one of the factors that triggers myofascial pain, but it is not the only one. Minor Intervertebral Derangement of any area of the spine may be painfully projected into certain muscles and ligaments. This to point out that the MID of C1 is not a justification for all myofascial pain, although the correction of this MID helps to reverse MIDs from other areas.

The correction of the MID of C1 has been highly favorable for the following cases:

  • Fascial hysteresis (plastic deformation of fascial tissues that prevents the correct length of muscles).
  • A wide range of pains (headache, cervical pain, arm pain, upper back pain, low back pain, pain in the sacrum, pain in the coccyx, hip pain, knee pain and heel pain).
  • Chronic pain that is neither malignant nor metabolic nor autoimmune (muscular, periarticular and paravertebral pains).
  • Propensity to muscle and joint rigidity of a non-malignant nature (that is not the product of metabolic, genetic and/or congenital disorders).
  • Postural abnormalities (Not of neuropathic, myopathic and/or osteopathic origin, or due to congenital or genetic syndromes).
  • Chronic contractions (not related to degenerative conditions of the spine and joints).
  • Trigger points (Mainly affecting the head, neck and upper extremities).
  • Some stress syndromes (that have not had a good therapeutic response to conventional techniques).
  • Poor execution of simple tasks and activities (Progressive decrease in strength and mobility, which has no neuropathic or genetic origin).
  • Post-cervical whiplash syndromes (mood and sleep disorders, galloping pain and stiffness, all after an accident).
  • Sedentary pain (In patients who have a upper crossed syndrome aggravated by their work and posture).