Here's what we know:
Ther'es a neuromechanical relationship between the upper cervical spine(the two vertebrae C1 and C2 just below the base of the skull) and function of the brainstem.
The brainstem has 12 cranial nerves. A cranial nerve is a nerve that comes directly out of the brain or the brainstem to perform special tasks. The 5th cranial nerve is the trigeminal nerve, which provides us sensation to the face.
If the upper cervical spine is interfering with the brainstem/trigeminal nerve then we can locate, detect and correct the interference and allow your body to resolve the issue.