When the muscles of the head and neck are traumatized and subsequently weakened following trauma, this causes an imbalance within these muscles that can cause blood flow to and from the brain inhibited.
Some of the primary symptoms of whiplash are neck pain and stiffness with the loss of range of motion, headaches, shoulder or arm pain and/or tingling or numbness, tinnitus, blurry vision, and more.
Do your joints need long-term support in the form of tape, straps, and harnesses? Do your joints need anti-inflammatory drugs and steroid shots to dull the pain you are experiencing?
Structural imbalances in the cranium and the TMJ mechanism may be linked to such maladies such as (the obvious) jaw pain, headaches, vision problems, neck and upper back pain, …
Do you ever wonder why you can’t do the things you used to do when you were younger?
Things like…walking, or running, or jumping?
This is the most severe of all the shoulder surgeries and the hardest to rehabilitate. Thankfully, I already had muscles turned back on from the original trauma by seeing several of my colleagues who specialize in Applied Kinesiology.
In the case of CTS, one of the simplest cures is to turn on and re-balance the muscles of the forearm, or arm, or shoulder. That’s it. Not “exercise it”, not “stretch it”, not “ultrasound it”, or “cold pack it”, or “hot pack it”, or anything like that.
As soon as a muscle is turned off from trauma, the body attempts to biomechanically adapt to what has happened in an effort to keep you from feeling pain. This doesn’t mean that the problem is corrected;
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, shoulder injuries, abdominal muscles, neck pain and stiffness, headaches, concussions, TMJ and dental trauma, lower, middle and upper back, hip pain, knee pain, etc.
Your feet are your wheels. They are your connection with the ground, and if they are out of alignment or crooked from trauma (ie, jolts, jars, falls, etc.) then they can make your walking or running experience miserable.
Applied Kinesiology helps find the muscles that have been weakened through trauma. It also helps restore normal function of the weak muscle by turning the muscle back on. It requires no exercise, no …