posture changes

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Posture Changes


At this point, we would like to explain the actual changes in posture happening after the adjustment of a subluxation at the upper cervical area.
When looking at these cases carefully, the distortion of his or her spine will improve with time as the head approaches to the centerline, through natural healing power, without any other help from outside.It is thought that relieving the upper cervical subluxation contributes to the correction of stooping, scoliosis, bowleg, knee and other lumbar problems. The following cases prove that neural transmission from the brain improves after the adjustment and that these improvements happen due to the natural healing power within their body.
The red line in the photographs helps us understand the distortion of the frame at a glance. Please note: the word “pre” in the pictures means: “before adjustment” or “no adjustment”. The word “post” means “after adjustment”. Pre. Pre. means that the spinal examination did not reveal any subluxation or that no adjustment was given. It can also mean that the body is in the process of natural healing.
Regular check-ups will prevent us from subluxations.

Case 1. Neck pain 51 year old, female
Case 2. Dorsal and left arm pain 79-year old, Male
Case 3. Lumbar intervertebral hernia 29 year old, female
Case 4. Left shoulder, waist and right knee pain. 64 year old, Female
Case 5. Scoliosis 22 year old, Male
Case 6. Acute backache 34 year old, Male
Case 7. Pain in the neck and back, numbness in the hands 60 year old, Female
Case 8. Pain at the waist 12 year old, Male
Case 9. Lumbar intervertebral disc hernia 63 year old, Male
Case 10. Syndrome of slipped lumbar vertebrae 62 year old, female
Case 11. Sciatica 64 year old, female
Case 12. Neck pain 24 year old, female
Case 13. Back, knee and left shoulder pain 76 year old, female
Case 14. Distortion of spine and bowleg 11 year old, girl
Case 15. Atopic dermatitis 12 year old, male
Case 16. Lumbar vertebral disk 55 year old, male