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Old 07-30-2018, 03:03 PM #1
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Default Anterior head carriage occludes vital circulation of cerebrospinal fluid to the brain

>> SHEAR STRESS ON THE BRAIN STEM: THE HIDDEN KILLER!! – 375


There has been a lot of talk around decalcifying the pineal gland , a vital component of the axis that includes the pituitary, and hypothalamus glands whose function gets way overlooked in health matters - its multidimensional nature, including its biomechanics. Perhaps it would be useful to consider the nature of calcium itself and what leads to a hardened state including in bone , arteries and organ deposits. Recently, desperate to encourage intestinal peristalsis I looked to my trusty homeopathic materia medica for help...sure enough a dose of calcarea carbonica helped to jump start the engine so to speak. A case where a homeopathic dose encourages nutrient absorption of that which the body has trouble utilizing (and absorbing).

In this show Dr. Medici discusses the critical role the cerebrospinal fluid serves in providing vital energy to these parts of the brain through the upper cervical vertabrae (and also the sacrum)---grand central station for the numerous functions of the autonomic nervous system and how progressing anterior head carriage and how we "adapt"to it (and what to do about it) short circuits this vital electric supply to this still very mysterious part of our being.

https://medicienterprises.com/2018/07/28/show-375/h

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I din't create an account to see the whole thing..but sound interesting..
Another reason to maintain good postures alignment..
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moondaughter, thanks for bringing up this subject. See this article [1] (behind a paywall):

"An 81-year-old male with a 12-year history of Parkinson disease sought chiropractic care. He had a stooped posture and a shuffling gait. ... The patient was treated with blue-lensed glasses, vibration stimulation therapy, spinal manipulation, and eye-movement exercises. Within the first week of treatment, there was a reduction in symptoms, improvement in ambulation, and tremor."

This is only one case, but it is worth looking into it in more detail.

The issue is whether AHS causes PD, or the other way round.

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[1] "Chiropractic Management of an 81-Year-Old Man With Parkinson Disease Signs and Symptoms"
Joesph Bova, AdamSergent
Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, June 2014
Chiropractic Management of an 81-Year-Old Man With Parkinson Disease Signs and Symptoms - ScienceDirect

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[QUOTE=johnt;1266176

The issue is whether AHS causes PD, or the other way round.


John[/QUOTE]

John,
Thanks so much for the article. Can both scenarios be true? It might be useful to also ask why is it that exercise is such a positive deterrent in PD progression for many many PWP . One of the most basic and fundamental principals taught in Anatomy and Physiology courses is the central role circulation plays in health.

Wildfire comes to mind (metaphorically speaking) ....whether it is triggered by carelessness, lightening, fate or a combination of wind and dry conditions /that were set up by either genetics or/and poor management, one can take comfort in the knowledge that new growth will eventually result. And... although we can't restore the forest to its former glory....we can attempt to optimize it- replenish the soil and encourage the ecosystem as best one can.

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