Keeping the heads on

Our mission to help patients getting diagnosed, increase the availability of medical diagnosis centers that can rule out symptoms of Craniocervical Instability, and fund research so more knowledge and treatment options can be developed.

Craniocervical Instability Fund

Craniocervical Instability Fund raises awareness to Craniocervical Instability, a chronic condition of the upper cervical spine that is overlooked by many doctors. In this video Dr. Chris Centeno MD of the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, presents a simple about Craniocervical Instability, and about the alternative non-fusion way of treatment before consider such a course.

We at CCI Fund are compelled to not only raise awareness to the reasons for head and neck symptoms that go undiagnosed.   Secondly, our aim in the future is to help patients by purchasing and donating newer imaging technologies such Digital Motion X-Ray, Cone-Beam CT, along with helping finance patients who have lost jobs over this pathology.

Please visit our patient stories page to see how living with CCI symptoms is and some of the patients we want to help find answers!

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Raising awareness among family, friends and doctors

Support patients in getting their diagnosis and treatment

Sponsor research on causes, diagnostics and treatment of CCI

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