Upper Cervical Neurology and Considerations in Analyzing and Correcting the VSC in Individuals with Autism (ONLY OPEN TO CHIROPRACTORS & CHIROPRACTIC STUDENTS)

This course will go over basic neurology of the upper cervical spine and how it plays an integral role in the caring of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism. Along with that, practical application using objective indicators such as x-rays and thermography will be reviewed as well as the importance of having a system of analysis that allows for pre- and post-checking these types of patients.



Alexandra Nunn , DC

 Dr. Alexandra Nunn graduated from Parker University’s College of Chiropractic after first earning her Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University. It was at Baylor where Dr. Alex discovered her passion for the workings of the human body and its innate wisdom.

While at Parker, Dr. Alex discovered another passion of hers: caring specifically for the prenatal and pediatric population. This discovery led her to embark on a separate certification, one focused solely on pregnancy and pediatrics, earned through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. It was through this that she became proficient in the Webster technique.

Throughout school and following graduation, Dr. Alex continues to invest in advanced chiropractic training from The Art of the Specific, a select group of deeply committed Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractors. This level of dedication to her craft will allow Dr. Alex to care for all sorts of complex cases and truly lets her live out her purpose to empower patients to take control of their health, living a life free of chronic health issues.