When Should Blood Be Considered in Neurologic Dysfunction?

When should the quality and character of the blood flowing throughout the body be considered? The answer for the most part is only after a stroke or ischemic event, i.e. Transient Ischemic Event (brain), Diabetic Neuropathy (peripheral body) or Blood Clot. Blood tests are done to look for blood sugar disorders but red blood cell…

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Vasomotor Spinal Muscle Visceral Relationship

Spinal muscles provide proprioceptive input for controlled vertebral motion. There is a relationship between specific organs to specific vertebrae. Organ dysfunction alters the blood supply to the muscles controlling the vertebrae causing a loss of controlled movement for the specific vertebrae. The term proprioception is used to describe the sensory information that contributes to the…

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Hip Degeneration due to Category 2 Distortion Pattern

What is your frame of reference regarding pelvic rotation? Where is the axis of rotation for the pelvis? The description of various physical phenomena is relative to the perspective of the observer and the observed objects, especially regarding the nature and behavior of the physical body. Barring birth defect or traumatic injury as a cause, is the appearance of a…

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Transverse Fascial Planes

The majority of the muscle and fascia of the body are oriented vertically in the movement compartments. There are, however, four major horizontal planes in the body that are oriented in more of a crosswise (or transverse) plane in addition to several minor planes, i.e. knees, ankles, elbow, and wrist. These four transverse planes are…

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Category 3 Distortion Pattern

Abridged Un-Referenced Version of the Category 3 Distortion Pattern The Category Three Distortion Pattern described by Sacro Occipital Technique is commonly associated with severe low back pain involving the mechanical failure of the tissues in the lower back and commonly presents with low back pain, sciatica, disc problems, antalgia, calf and foot pain, as well as…

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Category Two Distortion Pattern

Abridged Un-Referenced Version of the Category 2 Distortion Pattern Category Two is a structural distortion by Sacro Occipital Technique. When ligaments in the pelvis stretch and tear the sacroiliac joint separates and the sacrum slips on one side; the spine becomes imbalanced, the vertebrae of the spine become misaligned and the nerve roots down the entire…

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