Another Injury for Joint Pain


How has Neuro Touch’s treatments helped a client who had multiple car accidents, and a couple bad falls off horses? Simply we worked with their brain to help them!

But what would you have expected to come up in need of correction during a treatment? Sam found that she was waking up every morning finding it hard to move fast out of bed as she used to. The last fall off her horse has left her more sore than usual.

When clearing trauma from the body it is important that we go through the sequence to clear in priority with the brain. Often the compensational symptoms come up before all the trauma - where the impact happened. We investigate the spinal column, we look at the nerves coming off the spine, we look at the nerve damage to the limbs, we look at the trauma to tissue at the organs and facial bones too! The most important area that we work with is your pelvic ligaments, which is very prominent in those who have had sports such as horse riding, skiing, motorcycle sports and cycling sports. 

With Sam we worked through the spinal column picking up compensation to nerves down the right side of the lower spinal cord, which was impacting the strength in the thighs. This compensation also caused weakness down to the ankles and flexion of the toes - commonly leading to cramping of the muscles and general fatigue of the muscles. We found direct nerve trauma around the right knee due to an old injury and at the gluteus Maximus muscle. Which caused the arise of symptoms in the sacrum (tailbone). We began work at the neck which showed multiple traumas at the C4, C5, C6 joint in the neck due to a concussion about 15 years prior.

In the following session we found that the corrections from the treatment before stuck, and no new compensations showed - often this can happen when still going through clearing trauma from the brain and body. In this next session we cleared the remaining weaknesses in the neck and the thoracic spine. Major trauma was found at the Left Diaphragm, the crura muscle. This muscle comes up from the L1 joint in the lower back and comes up to form the diaphragm. Helps to strengthen posture in keeping the ribs up from the hips. Trauma here was due to a recent fall on the horse 6 months prior.

At the pelvic ligaments we found more trauma at the base of the tailbone and compensation showing on the right side between pelvis and hip. When correcting this Sam was able to get off the treatment table and touch her toes with easy and felt as though she was straighter in the hips!

At a 6 month follow up we found two more compensations; one at the shoulder blade and Left hip. Other than these two the body was operating well, strength was holding and the healing processes between injuries (should she have any, which she had one) was a lot faster than prior!

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