Structural problems in the neck or jaw?

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Postby shye » Tue Dec 15, 2009 5:29 am

interesting Sharon - thanks for the links
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Postby Ruthless67 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:39 pm

Hi All,

I need help! remember going to a you-tube site and watching a video about Atlas Adjustments, but that was last night around 1:00 AM last night and I’m afraid I was brain dead by then and didn’t keep a link to it.
Does anyone have a clue where I was in TIMS? Cause I sure don't remember, lol. Late night brain fog!!!!

The video was very good and showed the atlas bone and what it does to the entire CNS when your balance is off. I was telling my step-daughter just last week how I was beginning to notice that my head was tilting over to the left side and I was curious of why that was happening. I thought maybe I was compensating for the vision loss in my right eye fron my las bout with ON.

Now I wonder if the car accident I was in quite a few years back, where I hit the steering wheel hard enough to knock a front tooth clean out. Or the throw I took off the back of a bucking horse onto the shale with my head landing first might have altered the position of my Atlas Bone. Makes sense to me now. But where is that darn video, I want to take it to my Chiropractor!!!
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Postby Ruthless67 » Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:43 pm

Hi Again,

It's me, lol, what a goof ball I am. I found it with one google search, lol.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9iLb1KqeXE

If you haven't seen it it's good. And thanks again to whoever originally posted it.

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Postby ssmme » Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:38 pm

I'm so glad you guys are out here blazing paths to new thought associations. I've had TMJ since approx. 15 years old about when my wisdom teeth started forming, had them surgically removed prior to erupting through the gums. Next in the list is my right eustacian tube gets blocked very easily. The ENT did a pressure test and confirmed that it was blocked. He insisted I follow through with allergy testing. After approximately 70 needle pricks I was found to have only a slight allergy to milk. Ear problems not caused by allergies. Medical advice is to just live with it. After my first MRI a little over 3 years ago that brought on my original ms dx I was also told I had a bulging disk in my neck (c7 I think) and to top it all off my neuro dx'd me with Reynaud's (sp?) the last time I visited his office in November. He brushed it off telling me it is a benign condition and insignificant/unrelated to MS. My head is now spinning and I need to get a grasp on the possible interrelationship of all these conditions. I guess the final step is to find out about jugular blockage. I live in central kentucky. Is there anywhere in this region of the country to go to?

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Postby skydog » Tue Dec 15, 2009 4:42 pm

Lora, Just watched the YouTube video on the atlas orthogonal procedure. Thanks! While watching I noticed how bad my posture is sitting at the computer. Yikes, Don't Slouch! Were all probably a bit out of alignment spending so much time glued to the computer not to mention many of us walk funny from drop foot and are likely causing undue stress on the spinal column and could benefit from such a procedure. Chin up! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas Your greatly appreciated here. Hope you find someone in Kentucky to work with Marcia. Cheers, Mark
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Re: Neck injury??

Postby jenf » Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:19 pm

reg613 wrote:
CureIous wrote:
jenf wrote:Hi everyone,
I've been racking my brain trying to fit together the CCSVI pieces as it relates to MS, and my MS more specifically. Yesterday morning, I had an epiphany. My MS presented itself this past January, after a vigorous aerobics routine, followed by a neck injury. Three days later, my double vision started. I was convinced the double vision was as a result of the neck injury, also because I knew nothing of MS at the time. After months of symptoms and several hospital stays, I was finally diagnosed. Funny thing was, I didn't fall into some of the "typical' onset categories. I've never had Epstein Barr; I hadn't been under any stress; there was no virus prior to my symptoms; no family members have MS; the list goes on and on. The ONLY thing was my neck injury. Ironically, the left side of my neck still bothers me. I realize this may be grasping, but I can't help but think it's connected somehow.

As this research moves forward, I wonder if the connection to the dots will become clearer? I am convinced CCSVI is the answer, primarily because it FITS. Interesting stuff...


Hi Jen, I joined the site because of your post.

Your observations are very interesting. I've been hoping someone would weigh in with the neck injury issue.

My belief is that babies have their necks injured in bad birth. My son had a forceps delivery and all sorts of horrible unnatural intervention. I am writing a website about his case. He was like you... very observant and intuitive. Never believed the quacks!

I think your situation brings up the most compelling clue so far. Can you offer any more on it?

Somewhere on this site someone mentioned that embryologists were giving their two cents worth on the topic. This I fear could be a red herring. The medical profession (for what it is) is terrified birth issues are going to be looked at. However, these injuries are not happening in the womb but during birth because of liver (iron) disrupting drugs like demerol and the yanking and twisting of forceps. Not to mention cutting the cord when all the blood is in it (stem cells) and not the baby.

Natural childbirth would cut down on lots of stem cells so they don't want to interfere with the interventionist birthing style going on now.

I think there are those who know exactly what's what. MS is a created mystery, I bet you.


Hi Reg613,
I just spoke with my mother who advised me that the doctor delivering me almost pulled her off the table using the forceps to deliver me (sorry to be so graphic). She said it was a natural childbirth, other than that. But my guess is a good yank on the ol' noggin during birth can't be that great, especially when we're still so fragile! I wonder if you're onto something here... Hmmmm....
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