Dr Joseph Ierano reached out to our association in response to our regular monthly ENEWS publication. He provided a research paper covering case studies of trigeminal neuralgia patients using Atlas Orthogonal Treatment.
Chiropractic Ierano was established June 27, 1997, in Camden, New South Wales, Australia. Dr Joseph Ierano returned from the United States and started practicing on 18 March, 1997, after completing his chiropractic studies, and began setting up his office. He is the longest practicing Atlas Orthogonist in Australia.
Dr Ierano career details below
- 1997 Graduate, Palmer College of Chiropractic, USA, and
- 1992 Anatomy Bachelor’s Degree, University of New South Wales.
- 1996 Board Certified in Atlas Orthogonal (Atlanta, USA) technique procedures
- Australian Upper Cervical educator for AO USA since 1999
- Trained in Impulse IQ “Neuromechanical” Adjusting Instrument and an occasional Australian instructor
- formerly Advanced Certified Activator Methods, Arizona USA
- a 20 year member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia up until 2015, and served as President of the state NSW branch from 2012- 2014.
- Awarded Chiropractor of the Year in CAANSW in 2002
- Former, Media Liaison for CAA National and NSW
- Former, Products Endorsement Chair, CAA National
What is Atlas Orthogonal Procedure
The Atlas Orthogonal procedure is one of the most gentle chiropractic treatments in the world. It employs a unique approach that focuses solely on spinal adjustments and never involves twisting or cracking, which makes it safe for even those with severe fear of being manipulated.
Patients feel little to no discomfort during treatment as they are only feeling light pressure from their spine being adjusted without any other manipulation techniques used by more traditional chiropractors like popping joints back into place or adjusting them using rotational motions often seen in many forms of manual therapy.
The following video shows some stretches you can do at home for your Atlas area
We provide general educational content about treatments which may be used for a pain management plan. Always talk to your medical practitioner and discuss your particular options.