A four year old boy with headaches, vomiting, nasal drip and decreased appetite was diagnosed with orbital sinusitis. He was being treated with large doses of antibiotics. Past history reveals a fall on his head at the age of two from a height of 4 feet. Chiropractic analysis revealed a left cervical rotation with retrolysthesis and rotation of C2. He also had fixation at the level of C2. He was seen 2 times per week for six months. The results were excellent. No more headaches, vomiting or nasal drip. In addition, his attitude and appetite are dramatically improved.
McCarthy, Richard ICPA Newsletter May/June 1997