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  • One cubic inch of brain cortex contains 10,000 miles of nerve tissue.Nerve energy travels at a rate of 270 miles/hour!So that energy starts in the brain, goes down through the spinal cord. Spinal cords like a river; it carries energy from the brain through all those nerves to animate and bring life to all the cells in the body. If I cut this nerve to your heart, what's going to happen to your heart? It's going to die. Why? Because it's getting no energy.
  • Marchiori DM, Henderson CNR, A cross-section study correlating cervical radiographic degenerative findings to pain and disability. Spine 1996;21:2747-26752Norris SH, Watt I. the prognosis of neck injuries resulting from rear-end collisions. J House and Joint Surgery 1983;65-B:608-611
  • I want you to write down where you want your health to be in the next twenty to fifty years. Write down where you want your health to be, what you want your life to look like, what you want your activity levels to be like. So write that down. "Now I want you to sign it.“  Write their goal, sign it, discuss it, have a couple testimonials. Now that takes a few minutes, but this is hugely emotional right here. Now, I'm going to get into the program:  
  • I want you to write down where you want your health to be in the next twenty to fifty years. Write down where you want your health to be, what you want your life to look like, what you want your activity levels to be like. So write that down. "Now I want you to sign it.“  Write their goal, sign it, discuss it, have a couple testimonials. Now that takes a few minutes, but this is hugely emotional right here. Now, I'm going to get into the program:  
  • I want you to write down where you want your health to be in the next twenty to fifty years. Write down where you want your health to be, what you want your life to look like, what you want your activity levels to be like. So write that down. "Now I want you to sign it.“  Write their goal, sign it, discuss it, have a couple testimonials. Now that takes a few minutes, but this is hugely emotional right here. Now, I'm going to get into the program:  
  • I want you to write down where you want your health to be in the next twenty to fifty years. Write down where you want your health to be, what you want your life to look like, what you want your activity levels to be like. So write that down. "Now I want you to sign it.“  Write their goal, sign it, discuss it, have a couple testimonials. Now that takes a few minutes, but this is hugely emotional right here. Now, I'm going to get into the program:  
  • I want you to write down where you want your health to be in the next twenty to fifty years. Write down where you want your health to be, what you want your life to look like, what you want your activity levels to be like. So write that down. "Now I want you to sign it.“  Write their goal, sign it, discuss it, have a couple testimonials. Now that takes a few minutes, but this is hugely emotional right here. Now, I'm going to get into the program:  
  • Now here's the three phases of care: Initial intensive care. Get your body out of crisis, reconnect the brain to the organs, restore function back to 100%. Get your body out of crisis. What's the crisis? The brain is not connecting to the body. The crisis is your organs aren't getting energy right now. Why? Got not curve in the neck. So our first goal is we got to start putting curves in your spine.
  • Corrective care once function is restored. Reduce the frequency to three times a week:  Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Why is it Monday, Wednesday, Friday? Because initially in intensive care you can't even hold your adjustments or maintain that energy flow for twenty-four hours. Not until we get a curve in your neck. So once you can maintain your adjustments, and energy can get into your body for at least twenty-four hours, then we're going to go to every other day. Monday, Wednesday, Friday is well spaced through the week, but guess what? We have the weekends don't we? So what two days do you think are the most important? Mondays and Fridays, why? It's before and after the weekend.  Mondays and Fridays are the most important adjustments; they are not an option. If you miss a day, you have to make it up within twenty-four hours. Okay? We schedule at the same time each day, if possible. In order for us to monitor the progress of how your nervous system is responding in the same time works the best.  (Associate it with an event.) So what you'd say is, "Every day after you go to yoga. Every day after you drop your kids off from school. Everyday when you pick your kids up; then you can bring them in with you. So right at 3 o' clock when you pick your kids up, just take the whole family to the chiropractor right there. Or when your family comes together at night, you know, right before you have dinner, or right after dinner, then bring your whole family in. And that way you get into a routine.  We re-exam every thirty days to monitor your nerve progress. We re-x-ray every 90 to monitor structural change. Research on muscle-physiology show that it takes a minimum of 90 to 180 days rehabilitation for permanent correction. Okay, so right there you're telling them 3-6 months. Now what I'm going to say, "If your like that woman in 1961 and that's what your x-rays look like, you'll probably be about 90 days. If you're like the woman in 1968 where we have to regenerate a disk, you're going to be about 90 days, maybe 120 days. If you're like that person in 1978-or 1975, you have advanced degeneration, advanced forward head, you're going to be more like 180 days of corrective care.” Right now what I want you to do is this. Right now, as I give you those parameters, what I want you to think about right now before you go into that room, "Is your health enough of a priority that you're willing to commit to a program like this?" (Now notice what I do innately. I'm walking towards you right. I'm walking towards the crowd because I‘m like, "Here's what I want you to think about right now." I'm coming towards you because I'm like, "This is serious. I want you to think about this. Is your health enough of a priority that you're willing to go through a program like this.) Are you willing to change your lifestyle for you and your family so that you can ensure and empower yourself that you'll have the life that you want, the life that God created you for? I want you to have that answer and what time of day that you feel you can come in most consistently when we go in this room. When we go in there, it's not about personal stuff, exercises, stuff like that. This is simply a "yes" or "no" and what time. Okay, and it's your decision to make." You have to do the home rehab twice a day.
  • Research on muscle ligament physiology shows it takes 12-18 months for the muscles to become functional, ligaments to become functional. So once you're through corrective care, it'd be once a week for about 12 months depending on your condition. Okay? Includes the home rehab once a week. After you first stabilization program we can help you develop….keep you healthy for the rest of your life.
  • Youth&vitality v1

    1. 1. In a study of over 191 healthcaresystems of all the major industrializedcountries in the world, the U.S……ranked #1 in crisis care…ranked #37 in healthcare…had the most-expensive healthcare system in the world—World Health Organization, The World Health Report 2000 – Health Systems: Improving Performance (Geneva: WHO, 2000)
    2. 2. In 2005, the US……spent $2 trillion on healthcare…was ranked 34th in lifeexpectancy…was ranked 26th in infant mortality…had 20-30% of patients receivecontraindicated care—Medical Industrial Complex, Myths and Truths, Feb. 28th, 2009
    3. 3. “As grim as they are, these statistics are likely to beseriously underestimated as only about 5%-20% ofiatrogenic incidences are even recorded.”—Park A. America’s Health Check Up. 11/20/2008. Time Magazine Online
    4. 4. “Perhaps the word „healthcare‟ has given us the illusionthat medicine is about health.”—Medical Industrial Complex,Myths and Truths, February 28, 2009.
    5. 5. “Out of 13 countries in a recent comparison, the UnitedStates ranks an average of 12th (second from thebottom) for 16 available health indicators.”—Starfield B. M.D. Primary Care: Balancing Health Needs, Services and Technology. New York, NY. OxfordUniversity Press, 1998. published by JAMA“The poor performance of the US was recently confirmedby a World Health Organization study which used differentdata and ranked the United States as 15th among25 industrialized countries.”—World Health Report 2000. Accessed June 28, 2000. Mercola.com, 2001.
    6. 6. Today in this country the majority of people die of onlythree major diseases.Can you name them?
    7. 7. Leading cause of death in the U.S.:Heart Disease• 831,272 deaths from heart disease in 2006• 34.3% of all deaths in the US• 1 of every 2.9 deathsThis year an estimated 1.26 million Americans willhave a new or recurrent coronary attack.—American Heart Association, January 8, 2010
    8. 8. 2nd Leading cause of death in the U.S.:Cancer• 565,650 die every year• 1 of every 4 deaths• Expected to get worseIn 2008, an average of 1,500 Americans died perday. Research shows this number is expected toincrease.—Articlesbase.com, February 11, 2009
    9. 9. 3rd Leading cause of death in the U.S.:Medical Care• 250,000 die every year• 20%-30% receive inappropriate orcontraindicated care• 106,000 die from negative effects of drugs(right drug, wrong effect)• 80,000 die from infections contracted in hospitals• 12,000 die due to unnecessary surgeries• 7,000 die from medicine errors (wrong drug)• 20,000 die due to other medical care errors—B. Starfield, M.D., July 26, 2000. JAMA 284(4). pp483-485.
    10. 10. These kinds of deaths are preventable! These three„diseases‟ are curable!How?
    11. 11. What is the life source andhealth of our body?
    12. 12. The power that made the body, heals the body. We are allborn with life energy!
    13. 13. Life is energy!The life energy inyour body is electricity.
    14. 14. Of the 9 systems of the body, the nervous system issupreme. It regulates and controls all other systems.—Gray‟s Anatomy, 29th Edition, p4
    15. 15. The spinal cord carries energyfrom the brain, through thespine to all the vital organs,tissues, and cells of the bodyvia the sympathetic andparasympathetic nervoussystems.Energy / Life begins…—Medical Illustration Copyright © 2011 Nucleus Medical Media. All rights reserved.
    16. 16. Energy / Life starts in the brain.One cubic inch of the brain‟scortex contains 10,000 milesof nerve tissues.Nerve energy travelsat the rate of 270 mph.
    17. 17. Abundant Health begins in the spine.Optimal Spine = Optimal HealthOut of 9 systems in thebody, only one is casedin bone, why?
    18. 18. Normal Posture
    19. 19. Optimal spinal structure and posture, frontand side views.The spine and posture should bestraight and balanced from thefront (i.e. glabella over publicsymphasis, over middle of feet.)Three curves from the side (i.e.the ear should be over theshoulder, hip, and ankle).
    20. 20. “If we regard posture as the result of the dynamicinteraction of two factors, the environmental force ofgravity on one hand, and the strength of theindividual on the other, then posture is but the formalexpression of the balance of power existing at any timebetween the two groups of forces. Thus, anydeterioration of the posture indicates that theindividual is losing ground in the contest with theenvironmental forces of gravity.”—Martin Jungmann, MD “Backaches, Postural Decline, Aging and Gravity-Stain,” ca 1963.
    21. 21. Subluxation (sub-lux-a-shun)df. Trauma or stress to the bodythat causes the vertebrae or spinalcurvatures to shift out of placefrom their optimal form and function.
    22. 22. Subluxations of the individual vertebrae or whole curves, especially thosecomplicated by soft tissue injury, accelerate degeneration, lead todisability, and are known causes of morbidity.Side view of neck x-raysNormal Abnormal
    23. 23. Distorted Spine = Poor Nerve FunctionNormal – Healthy Neck CurveHealthy, relaxed spinal cord (opennerves and blood vessels). Acts likea fire hose of life energy.
    24. 24. Distorted Spine = Poor Nerve FunctionAbnormal – Loss of Neck CurveStretched and narrowed nervesand blood vessels. Acts like a smallgarden hose of limited life energy.What if this nerve went to your heart,lungs, or other vital organs affectingyour metabolism or immune system?
    25. 25. “Head and neck postureis a major factor in thefatigue and immunefunction in patientssuffering from fibromyalgia(FMS), CFIDS, chronicfatigue, and immunedysfunction syndrome.”—Dr. Herbert Gordon, 1997 Seattle FibromyalgiaInternational Team Conference
    26. 26. “Cervical kyphosis(segmental or total) leadsto total spinalmalalignment,rounding of the shoulders,headache, neck pain,scapular pain, and possiblyeven lower backpain.”—Kai Y, et al. Traumatic thoracic outlet syndrome.Orthop Traumatol 1998;47: 1169-1171
    27. 27. “Patients with relative kyphosis in the lumbar region hadsignificantly more disability than patients with normalSagittal Cobb-angle measurements.”—Glassman et al. “The impact of positive sagittal balance in adult spinal deformity.” Spine. 2005 Sep 15;30(18): 2024-9
    28. 28. “Slipped Disc”a.k.a. DiscHerniationSide view of Low Back – X-rays and MRIAbnormalNormal
    29. 29. Freeman, was published in the Journal of American MedicalAssociation in 1957 stating that “aging in the spinal discscaused postural deviations leading to intestinaldiverticula, hemorrhoids, varicosities of the legs,osteoporosis, hip and foot deformities, overall poorquality of health and life, as well as a shortened lifespan.”
    30. 30. “The abnormal trunkdeformity groups tended toscore lower than the normalgroup with regard to subjectivehealthiness and life satisfactionmeasures, including subjectivehealth condition, every dayfeeling, satisfaction with humanrelationship, satisfaction witheconomic condition, andsatisfaction with present life.”—Takahashi T. Osteoporosis Int. 2005:16 273-279
    31. 31. Right Trunk Shift of the Low Back
    32. 32. Right Truck Shift of the Lumbar Spine (low back)“The average life expectancyof individuals with scoliosisis decreased by 14 years”(Idiopathic scoliosis; long-term follow-up and prognosisin untreated patients, J BoneJoint Surg Am 1981Jun;63(5):702-12).
    33. 33. "Posture affects and moderates every physiologic function from breathing to hormonal production.Spinal pain, headache, mood, blood pressure, pulse and lung capacity are among the functions mosteasily influenced by posture.“ AJPM 1994Right Lateral Trunk Shift and Spine X-ray of the LowBack. Posture is the window to spinal structure.This weakenedspinal structuremay lead to discbulges, nerveinjury into thelegs anddisability, as wellas healthproblems in theorgans of thepelvis, likedigestivedifficulties, sexualdysfunction,urinaryconditions, etc.
    34. 34. Subluxations / Postural DistortionsThere are three major causes of subluxations leading tooverall postural weakness. They include:1. Emotional Stress2. Chemical Stress3. Physical Stress
    35. 35. Emotional Causes of Postural WeaknessRaise your hand if you experience and of the following…1. Marriage/personal relationships2. Raising a family3. Work4. Financial obligations5. Driving in traffic6. Economic concerns
    36. 36. Chemical Causes of Postural WeaknessRaise your hand if you experience and of the following…1. Being outside, breathing pollutants2. Being inside, breathing cleaning and other solutions3. Drinking water4. Showering5. Using alcohol or tobacco6. Take prescription or over-the-counter drugs
    37. 37. Physical Causes of Postural WeaknessRaise your hand if you experience and of the following…1. Auto accident (Crash)2. Athletic activities/injuries3. Exercise (in bad form)4. Repetitive lifting or motion5. Yard work6. Sitting in a forward-flexed position for 20 minutes ormore (i.e. desk job, driving, airplanes, etc.)
    38. 38. What‟s the constant physical stress we endure that we don‟tever think about?Gravity!
    39. 39. “In general, there is a correlation in body structure, health, and span ofsurvival.” —Freeman JT. “Posture in the aging and aged body.” JAMA 1957, Oct. 19: 843-846How you age is a choice.
    40. 40. Headaches FatigueThyroid conditions Heart attacksHigh/Low Blood Pressure Shortness of BreathNumbness in arms/legs Menstrual IrregularitiesPoor Circulation Swelling in feet/anklesWeakness in Extremities DepressionAsthma/Allergies Visual DisturbancesHeartburn/Indigestion Hearing disturbancesCancer Bladder IncontinenceParkinson‟s Skin ConditionsAlzheimer‟s Carpal TunnelMental sluggishness FibromyalgiaWhich is the most common sign of nerve stress / weakness?Conditions of Postural Weakness
    41. 41. What is the first and most common cause ofsubluxation leading to weakened posture and health?Birth.
    42. 42. Medical studies show that trauma to the upper cervical spineduring delivery causes two major problems:1. Lowers immune resistance2. Causes the spine to grow abnormallyProper development of the spinals curves is essential for life-long optimal health.
    43. 43. Baby delivered by C-Section. Mother brought her baby boy ateight weeks old with extreme colic. A severe subluxation was found onthe left side of his upper neck. He required two weeks of daily adjustmentsbefore he could sleep through the night and resolve his colic.
    44. 44. Gutmann, a German medical doctor, studied 1000 infantsand discovered that trauma to the upper cervical spinecaused many health problems beginning in childhooddue to lowered resistance to disease. By realigning theneck “they were able to eliminate these conditions oflowered resistance.”
    45. 45. Margaret M: 4 yrs. Neck pain, HA‟s, Ear Infections. Told sheneeded tubes. Pre-post x-ray, 6 weeks. Spontaneous remission.AfterBefore
    46. 46. “Research indicates that the major cause of spinalsubluxation in infants is childbirth stressing the need forcorrection from birth so that irreversibledegeneration does not occur. Nerve system injurythrough cervical spine trauma at birth causes abnormalfunction, abnormal behavior, and early death (SIDS).”— Abraham Towbin, M.D., Harvard Medical School
    47. 47. Effects on the vertebrae from poor alignment and posture over time.Side neck x-ray simulation of spinal degeneration.
    48. 48. Medical Rehab Programs• Range from $20,000 to $60,000• Rarely covered by insurance• Ineffective in eliminating pain or resolving issue• Do not focus on structural or postural correction of thespine where many injuries occur and systems stem from.
    49. 49. Vital Questions• Where do you want your health to be in the next 20-50 years?• What do you want your life to feel like?• What do you want your activity levels to be like?• What‟s the most important aspect of your life?
    50. 50. Spinal and Postural Regeneration ProgramIt is possible to regenerate your spine through our state-of-the-art systems to offer you life-changing results.
    51. 51. Stress Test and Postural ExamWe begin with a stress test. This will determine the exactrehab protocols for you to recover your health as quickly aspossible; as well as uncover an complicating conditions.We then do an adjustment followed by a head-weighting,Denneroll Orthotic use, or mirror-image posture x-rays.We‟ll share the results with you immediately following.
    52. 52. 43 DegreesPerfect Curve!!!
    53. 53. Example of how we fix loss of cervical curveEvaluation Traction Adjustments Head Weights
    54. 54. Example of how we fix abnormal postureEvaluation Rehab Adjustments Body Weights
    55. 55. Home Rehabilitation KitOne of the key aspects of our highly effective treatment isthe work you will do at home. Your home-healthrehabilitation kit will provide you with all you need.Blocks for posture mirror with image posture exercisesincluding cervical, thoracic, lumbar Dennerolls, etc.
    56. 56. Phases of Care1. Intensive2. Corrective3. Stabilization
    57. 57. Get yourbody out ofthe crisis.Reconnectthe brain tothe organs.Reduceinflammationand calmdown thesymptoms.3x/week. Re-Xray at 6weeksIntensive Care
    58. 58. Once function isrestored, reducefrequency to2x/week..Re-x-ray every 6weeks to monitorstructuralchange.Research shows thata minimum of 90- 180days of rehab mustbe performed toattain permanentcorrection of spinalbiomechanicalchange.Home rehabMUST beperformed everydayCorrective Care
    59. 59. We will monitor thestrength andstability of your newposture while wemonitor yourprogression towardoptimal health.1x/week for 12months for fullrehabilitationIncludes homerehab exercises atleast 5x/weekStabilization Care
    60. 60. What is the most important phase of care?
    61. 61. Who do you know thatneeds to hear this?

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