List of studies done on AtlasPROfilax®

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The area of the cervical joints (atlantooccipital joint and atlantoaxial joint) consists of bones such as the occipital bone, the vertebrae atlas and axis (1st and 2nd cervical vertebrae), but also soft tissue such as the deep fascia, the suboccipital muscles, various ligaments and membranes, numerous important nerves, the extended brain stem, the carotid arteries and the vertebral arteries. This is a little studied area compared to other parts of the human body. In this section you will find studies, statistics and information on physiology, anatomy, radiology and clinical results obtained with the AtlasPROfilax® method.

Published AtlasPROfilax® Scientific Studies

The Atlasprofilax method: giving back to the atlas its natural place

Evelyne Uldry

Efecto de la terapia Atlasprofilax® sobre los síntomas relacionados con disfunción temporomandibular, bruxismo y la relación de las líneas medias dentales

Gutiérrez Navas, Victoria Eugenia. Ph.D Dentist, Dentist. Specialist in TMJ Dysfunctions. Prof. at St. Tomas de Aquino University
Santo Tomás de Aquino, University / Review: USTASALUD. Publindex. C Category. ISSN 1692-5106

Objective: to describe the effect of the AtlasPROfilax® therapy over Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TJD) symptoms, bruxism and mandibular deviations.Methods: an observational longitudinal study over a cohort of 151 people was carried out. A subsample of 71 patients was selected and photography evaluations were done with them. The social, demographic, clinical (pain, click, jaw locking,…
USTASALUD Efecto atlasprofilax en odontologia 01 (pdf, 178 KB)

Treatment of cervicobrachialgia through the atlasprofilax® method: results in 162 patients

Fernandes, Ricardo Rezende, Medical Doctor. Orthopedist and Traumatologist - Atlasprof, COE Governador Valadares. Minas Gerais. Brazil
University of Minas Gerais
English, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese


Objective: To evaluate the results with the treatment of cervicobrachialgia by the AtlasPROfilax® method.

Introduction: The most common symptoms caused by cervicobrachialgia are pain and sometimes movement restrictions in the cervical region, along the shoulders and upper limbs, and may cause paraesthesia and…

Summary of Cervicobrachialgia study and Atlasprofilax Dr Rezende MD (pdf, 316 KB)
Resumo Trabalho Cervicobraquialgia AtlasPROfilax (pdf, 457 KB)

The effects of Atlasprofilax on sleep disorders

Ramiro Arce, Physiotherapist

Based on a previous and post questionnaire around the Atlasprofilax Method, 136  patients were inquired on their sleep disorders, prior traumas and accidents, medication to treat sleep disorders. The statistics showed that aroun 80 up to 89% of the patients stated to have a better sleep after the Atlasprofilax Method.

Functional changes before and after the Atlasprofilax Method based on an intersticial scanner analysis

Dr. Álvaro Augusto Ariza Vivero, MD

Intersticial scanner is a biomedical device based on oximetry and bio impedance (skin galvanic biofeedback). The objective was to evaluate the changes in the physiological scores before and after the AP-Method. The study was performed on 30 patients. 3An increasing of 3,13 and 2,55 unities (muSi) in the SDC+ and SDC- (p=0,21 y 0,15) paramethers was observed. According to the results,…

Estudio Bioimpedancia Dr Ariza (pdf, 1 MB)

Effects of the Atlasprofilax Method on fibromyalgia patients according the standards developed by the Medical American Reumatology Association

Malagón J1, Villaveces M2, Manent LL3.
Fundación Universitaria Juan N Corpas
English, Spanish

The study uses the criteria stated world wide accepted settled by the American College of Reumatology  in determining the FM scores and index (pain, fatigue, etc.) to see if Atlasprofilax is impacting the quality of life for this group of patients. 

Atlasprofilax y Fibromialgia estudio publicado (Traducción Español) (pdf, 510 KB)
Atlasprofilax and Fibromyalgia (original English) (pdf, 640 KB)