Cranial Adjustment Resolves Post-Concussion Symptoms
You know that a patient is desperate when they fly in from Ireland to seek treatment. Because of the COVID-19 “Plandemic” I had to write a letter to the US Consulate in Ireland so Stephen could obtain permission to fly to the United States for treatment and waive the 14-day quarantine.
Stephen’s saga started with faulty orthodontic treatment in which they extracted four bicuspid teeth and retraction orthodontic treatment. At this point he was a walking time bomb. Overlaid with this structural imbalance Stephen incurred a whiplash injury. Then overlaid with this he was playing ruby and was tackled, flew up in the air and landed on his head. Needless to say these traumatic injuries pushed his adaptive capacity over the edge. Difficulty sleeping, difficulty taking a deep breath, constant tightness in his neck and down his spine. Stephen was treated by competent chiropractors, physical therapists, and he even went to the top osteopath in Ireland but none of these professional could put the pieces of the puzzle together.
After a few e-mails explaining the underlying problems, Stephen decided to fly over. Initial evaluation deciphered cranial distortions, a malocclusion, and a under functioning thyroid. Following his comprehensive cranial adjustment, he was able to sleep the best he ever did for the past several years. His posture improved dramatically and he was even abel to breath more deeply. His latest e-mail stated:
My cranial adjustment and diaphragm release improved my life greatly, I sleep through the night and can breathe deeper than ever before.”
One of the major missing links was his hypothyroid, which no professional picked up.
The key to unraveling these complicated cases is the treating practitioner must have a compressive knowledge of many specialities and also the ability to know functional anatomy.