Cranial Adjustment Avoids Knee Replacement
Vidur was given a diagnosis of arthritis in his knees and the famous medical mantra quickly followed—you have bone on bone; you need a knee replacement. Interestingly, even though Vidur had knee pain for four years the knee was NOT the real source of his problem. The patient stated that he could hardly stand up the morning of his examination because of the severe pain.
As part of his comprehensive evaluation his cranium was examined and it was quickly determined that he had major cranial alignment distortions. The process to realign his skull took one hour. At completion of treatment, I asked Vidur to walk down the hallway and tell me how his knee felt. When he returned he had a big smile on his face and joyfully told me his four years of knee pain was totally gone.
From an architectural point, his maxillae was canted high on the right side. Since the maxillae represents the anterior two-thirds of the base of the human skull, maxillary distortions directly effect the alignment of the shoulder girdle, pelvis, knees, ankles and feet. By unwinding his cranial distortions and resetting his maxillae, the rest of his body immediately realigned.
The body is like a slinky. A distortion at one end immediately results in a distortion throughout the rest of the spine, pelvis, limbs, knees, and feet. By resetting the skull, the puppet strings (muscles, ligaments, and fascia) all became balanced. Prolonged structural distortions ultimately results in the breakdown of the cartilage, meniscus, and bone within the knee joint. This is what doctors call osteoarthritis. Putting an artificial knee joint in is not fixing the problem but only treating the symptom. At some point in time even the artificial joint will fail because of the underlying structural imbalance was never addressed.