The Stauber Procedure is an effective and precise treatment which corrects the damaged tissues of the upper cervical joint area in the neck and spine.
The Stauber Procedure was developed as an effective solution to treating acute or chronic pain resulting from Miniere’s Disease, Motor Vehicle Accidents and old or recurring Athletic injuries.
Research and refinement of The Stauber Procedure has uncovered a deeper level of structural tissue damage that to date, has gone ‘untouched’ by traditional manual therapy methods leaving patients suffering for a very long time.
The Stauber Procedure is most effective for treating pain symptoms or long term tissue damage and trauma to the upper cervical spine.
Through precise manual application (on upper cervical spine), Dr. Stauber can resolve symptoms of chronic pain by remodeling the body’s deep tissue composition and reprogramming poor movement patterns to get patients back to optimal mobility. Treatment program lasts from 6-8 weeks, applied in a non-intrusive, safe environment with first treatment often resulting in immediate improvement.