juefaz wrote:...i don't know if i have had these fusions sinse birth or wether some were from birth and the others have happened over time what do you think? i've never had any kind of accidents on my neck throughout my life my chiropractor asked me this, is it also possible the syrinx has been there all my life because of the fusions...i've never had any trauma to the neck i have always had difficulty turning my neck...symptoms are not sleeping well, fatigue, balance problems, cog fog, concentration problems, i would put all these down to poor oxygen flow too would you? my neuro said i shouldn't see a chiropractor but i have had very good results over the last 12 month from it my neck is much loser and my posture is getting better and my chiropractor says i go back into position easier each time, i am hoping the better my spine is the better my "flows" will be! are there any particular adjustments you would reccommend as a chiropractor? i've been reading recently about a dr rosa who is doing a certain adjustment that helps with csf flow but i don't think anyone here in the uk is trained properly to do it as yet...
You definitely have autonomic signs. The tachycardia may be due to increased pressure in the jugular foramen. The jugular foramen contains cranial nerves 9-11. The vagus (10) is important to regulation of heart rate. It's my contention that displacement of the brain in the cranial vault can effect the contents of the jugular and other foramen similar to the foramen magnum.
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