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Welcome to The Balanced Atlas

Your San Francisco NUCCA Chiropractor

For more information or to schedule an appointment with The Balanced Atlas, call 415.242.1472 today! 

Dr. Harrison and his team would like to welcome you to The Balanced Atlas. The Balanced Atlas is located in San Francisco on historic California Highway 1. We proudly serve the population of the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California.

The Balanced Atlas provides NUCCA (National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association) care to the families in the San Francisco Bay Area. NUCCA is an extremely gentle form of Chiropractic that requires no forceful twisting or popping of the neck or spine. The goal of NUCCA is to re-align the spine gently, allowing our patients to maintain their alignment for eventually months to years at a time. Whether you have “been everywhere” and have had no results, or you are looking for an even higher quality of life, The Balanced Atlas and NUCCA care are for you.

The Balanced Atlas focuses on the health of your entire family, but it is Dr. Harrison's pediatric focus which is what really sets us apart from other San Francisco Chiropractors. Because of the gentle, non-invasive approach of NUCCA, we are able to care for highly challenging pediatric cases such as ADHD/ADD, Autism, ear infections, sensory processing disorders, and epilepsy.

People seek Upper Cervical care for many reasons. You may be coming to the office because of a longstanding physical problem. You may be coming to the office because you want to take your Chiropractic care to a new level: the level of true health, where you can look forward to a healthy future and reach your highest potential. No matter what reason motivates you to pick up the phone and make an appointment with Dr. Harrison, you can rest assured that you will receive the best care possible. That is his commitment to you.

"Research shows that NUCCA correction of the Atlas (C-1 vertebra) misalignment is associated with marked and sustained reductions in High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)."
-Journal of Human Hypertension