As your Anchorage Chiropractors, who are the only providers of Atlas Orthogonal Treatment in Alaska


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Whiplash

Waiting for months or years to properly treat a traumatic neck injury can allow the injury to become permanent. We can be successful in these cases but the sooner it is treated the better the chance of great outcomes.

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Back Pain

Sciatic leg pain, persistent back pain, and spinal disc injuries tend to respond well to Gonstead Technique, widely recognized as one of the safest and most complete biomechanical chiropractic analysis.

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Migraine

Most people will turn to their general practitioner first for medications that may only help temporarily. Upper cervical chiropractic care addresses the underlying cause of migraines.

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Concussion

It is fairly common for a person who sustains a concussion to also experience an injury to the upper cervical neck. More often than not, it is this neck injury that results in headaches or migraines.

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At Pairmore & Young, we value your relationship with us and appreciate the opportunity to assist you on your road to recovery. Thousands of fellow Alaskans suffer daily with conditions similar to yours that respond successfully to the unique procedure that we have available. We would be honored to have a written testimonial from you in the email below! Please share the story of YOUR experience with us by describing your condition, why you chose Pairmore & Young, and how we have improved your quality of life. We are grateful for your patronage to our clinic and thank you in advance for sharing your story.

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Why Pairmore & Young?

Changing the Way Alaskan’s View Chiropractic

Pairmore & Young: Synergy Chiropractic is changing the way Alaskans view chiropractic! With over 44 years of combined experience, Doctors John Pairmore and Dennis Young run a “specialty” chiropractic clinic. It is the only clinic in Alaska offering a unique procedure called the Atlas Orthogonal technique. The AO technique differs from traditional chiropractic in that it employs a painless, hands-off adjustment using a gentle, light force instrument, specifically to the first bone in the neck known as the Atlas. This technique has proven to be a highly effective approach to addressing the needs associated with migraines, car accidents, slips and … Continue reading “Changing the Way Alaskan’s View Chiropractic”

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Miscellaneous Questions for P & Y

What type of schooling, training, or experience do Chiropractors have? After receiving an undergraduate degree, Chiropractic school is an additional 4 years of intensive study, and internship.  An Atlas Orthogonal doctor has specialized training on top of that, with continuing education being ongoing throughout their professional work. Why do I need an exam and X-rays at Pairmore & Young when I didn’t with other chiropractors? The doctors use the X-ray films to then take very precise measurements of your upper cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine in order for them to get a clear understanding of what is taking place along … Continue reading “Miscellaneous Questions for P & Y”

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