Dr. Roy Sweat, the developer of the Atlas Orthogonal Program, and considered by many to be one of the foremost authorities in the world on the cervical spine, developed a method using a percussion wave to re-position the atlas vertebra. In 1982 the R.W. Sweat Research Foundation was established. It is a non-profit foundation with 15 members of the board of directors chosen for their achievements and dedication to the Atlas Orthogonal Program. The foundation funds the marketing and the research that is conducted in the Atlas Orthogonal Program. For the purpose of IMPROVING THE HEALTH AND EXTENDING THE LIVES OF PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD.
RESEARCH PAPERS AND ARTICLES
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Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care of a Patient with Post Concussion Syndrome, Positional Vertigo, and Headaches
Atlanta Medicine -Journal of the Medical Association of Atlanta, 2018 Vol. 89, No 6
Atlas Laterality A Rotational Movement
Atlas Transverse Contact Pt2of3
Chiro Andthe Vertebral Arteries 2of2
Chiro Andthe Vertebral Arteries Tweeked
Craniocervical Misalignment Masquerading as Facial Pain_ Options for Diagnosis and Management
Guidelines Pre And Post Radiographs
Minimum Force Vs Moderate Force
Resolution of Chronic Migraine
Scanning Palpation Of The CSpine
The Missing Link Cervicogenic Headaches
Treatment Of a Cerebral Palsy Patient
Dr. Roy Warren Sweat age 94 of Atlanta, Georgia passed away peacefully Sunday, January 2, 2022. Roy was born in Albany, Georgia on June 25, 1927, to Warren V. and Fleda Sweat. He graduated from Albany High School in 1944. He volunteered for the U.S. Navy in 1944 and served during WWII from 1944 to 1946. He attended Palmer Chiropractic College in 1947. While in Davenport, Iowa, he met his wife, Roylan (Coop) Sweat, and they married in March 1949. He graduated from Chiropractic College in 1950. Both Roy and Roylan were anxious to leave the winters in Davenport behind them and after graduation moved to Decatur, Georgia. Roy was offered an associate position in 1950 with Dr. Vic Brooks. He started his own private practice in April 1953. He was in private practice from 1953 until his death in 2022. Just before his passing, he was the oldest practicing chiropractor in the state and worked 6 days a week at his clinic on Chamblee Tucker Rd in Atlanta.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the R.W. Sweat Research Foundation https://atlasorthogonality.com/your-atlas/ or via mail to 3288 Chamblee Tucker Road, Atlanta GA 30341.