CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby blossom » Mon Jul 30, 2012 8:05 pm

YOU GOT IT POET!! thanks dania!!
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby PointsNorth » Tue Jul 31, 2012 11:03 am

Nice find 'Poet.

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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby frodo » Tue Jul 31, 2012 3:50 pm

HappyPoet wrote:Thanks, dania, these illustrations show the consequences of a misaligned atlas and show that a picture really is worth a thousand words.

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Hello Poet. Those drawings are yours? Would you give me permission to use them in a web page?
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby HappyPoet » Tue Jul 31, 2012 5:55 pm

Hi frodo, the illustrations come from the webpage dania posted. Here it is: http://www.atlantotec.com/en/fundamenta ... agus-nerve Edit: As long as you include the link along with the illustrations, the author of the page allows use of the illustrations (see very last line on the page).

To see another angle of misalignment from another website (UpCspine's page), click here http://www.upcspine.com/video/occiput_to_atlas.avi Dr. Flanagan and UpCspine can better describe the three planes of misalignment. UpCspine also allows use of illustrations as long as the link is included.
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby 1eye » Sat Aug 04, 2012 11:44 am

In the past I have been concerned about handedness. In the medical literature, perhaps there is some discussion on whether or not this portion of the nervous system is connected to the same side of the body (which leg has drop-foot, which side has muscle atrophy, etc). It would seem that if the misalignment of the vertebrae affect one side and that side is known, the result should be traceable to that cause. I know it is often passed off by saying, "it's untraceable", or "it's different for each person." I just don't believe that is true. I would like to see some concrete discussion of this point.
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby dania » Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:59 am

I'm backkkkkkk! Had my second treatment. Dr Rosa said I lost some of the first adjustment but not all of it. And that is exactly what my body was telling me! That is what I felt. Lost some of the initial improvements but not all of them.
So here's the scoop. I saw a woman yesterday at the clinic, walking, Dr Rosa has been treating her for a year. She was in a W/C before. I thought she worked there as she was walking normally! Never thought she was a patient who had MS. Also her MRI scans now show less lesions than before treatment. Now for the big piece of the puzzle... I asked Dr Rosa where he thought sunlight played a part in the equation? And his answer was actually what I was wondering about. It is not about sunlight but people who live away from the equator, engage is risky sports, such as skateboarding, skiing, horse backriding, water skiing, drive motorcycles and cars etc... so in other words they are more likely to have trauma and become misaligned.
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby dania » Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:24 pm

Since having the treatments I have noticed that my contracted muscles are relaxed. Not all of them but most of them, Even my sphincter is more relaxed. I know as I am now able to pee!!!!!!!!! Not perfectly but so much better. Before I had to go and I would sit on the toilet and nothing would come out. And I would be dying for a pee. Now I sit down and about a half a cup or more comes out. RELIEF!
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby blossom » Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:01 pm

dania, glad to hear you are still holding your own. any improvements for the better as we know are like a little slice of heaven. not too much out there that does even what you are experiencing unless you have risks and a bunch of side effects. if it helps at all.---but, this is noninvasive and no side effects.

keep improving--hopefully with some time you "and many others" will be saying---"i used to have to use a wheel chair"

in the mean time a pleasant trip to the throne and a nice AAAHHH RELIEF feeling and a smile. i'm sure you are the envy of many here.
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby dania » Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:45 pm

The colours in my vision are sharper. The white areas on my computer screen are white, white, white. And I can move my left leg again. It's been so long since I was able to do that. I do not even remember when the last time I could. And I can move my fingers in the left hand now. So nice to have these parts of me body working again. Not perfectly but I will take any improvements no matter how small.
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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby tiltawhirl » Mon Aug 06, 2012 9:33 am

dania wrote:The colours in my vision are sharper. The white areas on my computer screen are white, white, white. And I can move my left leg again. It's been so long since I was able to do that. I do not even remember when the last time I could. And I can move my fingers in the left hand now. So nice to have these parts of me body working again. Not perfectly but I will take any improvements no matter how small.


Awesome sauce! All the best on continued improvements dania. :)

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Re: CLINICAL STUDY Atlas Orthogonal tool.

Postby dania » Tue Aug 07, 2012 8:07 am

Dr. Rosa is using unique coils to image the craniocervical junction. They look like a cervical collar. He is also using particular slices to image the craniocervical junction. The equipment and his imaging method are unique. The radiology tech at the facility explained it best. He said that when he went to school he was shown how to image the brain and he was shown how to image the the cervical spine from C3 down. He said that he learned nothing about the upper cervical spine. It was basically included in the brain scan, which lacks the detail seen in Dr. Rosa's studies.
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