I totally agree.
We watch our children play, running around full of beans not stop, until bedtime and Oh what relief they now are quite little angels.
We constantly watch our children, but its not until they lay perfectly still that a possible problem can be realised by a trained eye.
Touch wood I have never sustained injury in my life, whiplash nothing. Apart from when I was 15 or 16 I got well very drunk, smashed well and truely out of it. I was carried home by some friends, at the same time that my Dad turned up. I was dropped on my head in a ditch, its only because my Dad mention it to me a couple of years ago that I know. I sustained no visible injury, only complete horror when I woke up the next day in my mums bed.
The cervical spine needs studying research wise. If the Atlas is out a fraction it has influence on our whole structure. I think my original accident may have made it vulnerable later on when I adapted to balance problems.
I find it all so facinatingly interesting
Problems with structure will cause spasm and tremor. I had l'hermites but that too has gone.
With the ccsvi I cant believe that the Atlas implications is being ignored, to me that is absolutely crackers.
When someone joins up aall the dots they'll realise, and when that penny drops it will be hard and fast.
I do my own research, and find my own answers Its good to talk