Wednesday, 13 April 2011atlas/blood flow/ccsvi? a must read as causes spasm and pain too
Common Symptoms often Corrected by Atlas Re-alignment
In order to have proper blood flow to the Brain the Atlas must be in the proper position. If the Atlas is subluxated/misaligned it will begin to create a disturbance to the blood vessels and nerves at the base of the skull. This disturbance will disrupt blood flow and cause headaches. By gently correcting the position of the atlas Dr. Kerr restores normal blood flow to the head.
Pinched nerve is a term used when a nerve becomes compressed or irritated on it’s way out of the spine. 95% of pinched nerves can be corrected with the Atlas Orthogonal procedure. Correct position of the Atlas allows the nerves to flow freely to their destination.
Discs herniate because of increased pressure on them. Distortions in alignment can change pressure on the discs. Over time the discs herniate but as you correct the Atlas the compensatory misalignment and the abnormal pressure will be reduced. This will allow the discs to re-hydrate and restore their intended shape.
Pain is a signal from the body to the person that there is a problem. Where the pain is, is not always where the cause is. An example of this is that a person’s Atlas can be subluxated/misaligned and that person may be feeling pain in the lower back, arm etc. The correction for the problem at the bottom of the spine is at the top of the spine.
Muscle spasms, though they cause pain, are a natural response of the body to protect itself. As you come into alignment the brain will send impulses to the muscle via nerves that the contracture/spasm is no longer needed. Normal muscular balance will be restored as the Atlas remains in balance.
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Our ol' buddy Montel Williams is a huge advocate of Atlas alignment.
http://www.planetc1.com/search/montel-w ... onial.html
Monday, 28 March 2011Montel has done all the donkey work yet again
The Montel Williams show featuring details re a misaligned Atlas, amongst other contributary factors, influenced and interested me greatly several years ago, and is one the reasons why I have persued the avenues I have ventured down. I today learn that he also interviewed Ann Boroch, who overcame her ms symptoms through diet (anti candida ) I am amazed at how close Montel was at the joining of all these dots together. Again he has all the bases covered and indepth by interview, yet again this one man has done all the ground work.
When I set up this blog I desperately tried to inform Mr. Williams of it, I felt that I owed it to him as he had influenced me greatly. but allas dont know if I succeeded or not. As that is a man I would like to thank. And that is sincerely not all stupidly starstruck or anything like that. So thanx, it may one day get back to you
If you have bladder issues, acupuncture along the bladder line may be your next step.
You will notice an eventual strengthening of the bladder, no urgency or sensitivity plus it will deal with heat intolerance, as energy is passed from our systems through urinary tract, if it is comprimised cannot do that.
Also point UB 54 is a relevant point for me, as the needle is turned my right leg spasms,flexes every time.
Also have the attitude of sticking with the acupuncture until all benefits plateaux or improvements cease. they are litttle ones but put them alyogether then a big difference is made
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