Upper Cervical Chiropractor Innovates and Educates with ‘Head Health’ Program

Andrew Persky, DC, founder of LifeAligned Upper Cervical Chiropractic, in Warrington, is raising awareness about concussions, headaches and innovative treatment through Head Health, an outreach program that offers educational sessions to local schools, sports organizations and community groups.

“Concussions and chronic headaches are two of the most common debilitating health issues affecting our precious heads,” Persky explains, “and yet they are also two of the most misunderstood.” Head Health is a dynamic, 30 to 45-minute interactive presentation, offered free to groups of 10 or more, designed to help audiences gain a deeper understanding of these conditions and their treatment options. With a goal of bringing clarity and offering hope to those in pain, Persky combines real-world patient stories with the latest research on these topics. 

Persky holds a doctorate in chiropractic medicine, has received National Chiropractic Board certification and has completed extensive post-graduate education in upper cervical (head-neck) alignment. He recently completed U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention training in concussions in youth sports and coursework in migraines and cervicogenic headaches.

“Every day I bear witness to the truly life-changing benefits of upper cervical treatment,” Persky adds. “This is something everyone should know about.”

Location: 1432 Easton Rd., Ste 4A, Warrington. For more information, call 215-491-4200, email Info@LifeAlignedHealth.com or visit LifeAlignedHealth.com. September 2018

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