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Re: [RC] Daughters head injury on horse - Karen J. Zelinsky

Me too!  The right chiropractor!!!!  I had a lifetime of stress to my
skull be fixed/balanced by one of my two chiros.  She is extremely gentle
and found impact/trauma areas in my skull and returned them to normal. 
She even told me when I had had head injury!!  My circulation improved
immediately, and my neck and shoulders and probably, thinking  have been
better balanced ever since.  I think her particular technique is called
Cranio-Sacrum work - among other things, she found that my pituitary had
been pinched by bone placement in the skull.  I mentally feel much better
balanced since.  I am now 53, had a knock-out fall from my horse when I
was about 21, at age 26, became epileptic - the focal point was finally
found in 1984 - had brain surgery to remove the spot - completely normal
now - IQ up (with bad spot out!) but major head trauma with skull being
sawed open and glued shut (literally!).  She saw the trauma from that,
and also undid the damage from the ancient horse fall - shoulder and
wrist that buffered the fall... now the left arm is much stronger - 30
years later!!!  The body is incredible and can heal beautifully IF you
find the right person to help facilitate it!!

(and yes, the MRI is important - I was one of the guinea pigs used by
Westinghouse in 1985 to prove that only the MRI could find the lesion in
my brain)  Summary:  both Western medical and alternative medicine can
help us.

Karen



On Sat, 4 Jan 2003 13:33:11 -0500 "David & Maggie"
<maggieszoo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
That evening she came home and had developed a "Twitch"
in her shoulder. It increased and her head still hurt.

This sounds almost exactly like what happened to me several years 
ago. Same
twitch and everthing.

I didn't mess with a doctor (I'm a nurse, so I don't trust them!). I 
went
straight to a chiropracter. He worked miracles. After the first 
treatment, I
got the feeling back in the toes that the podiatrist said he could 
do
surgery on to fix. Also, no more twitch. After the next few 
treatments, no
more pain anywhere. I had been hurting in places that I didn't 
realize hurt
until they didn't anymore.

Finding a good chiro is a must. See if you can find one that use a
'visualizer'. I'm sure there's a bigger name for it, but it's a 
machine that
takes a video xray of your body moving. He also took a series of 
still xrays
and wouldn't touch me until he had had time to read them.

And chiros are cheap compared to MD's. Mine charges $25 per 
adustment. No
office visit fees, just $25. The xrays were about $80 for 
everything,
including visualizer.

Maggie Pritchard
Anybody remember the year I came off at Sheltowee and tore my tights 
clean
off of me with 17 miles to go? I had hit my head. (Obviously) Thank 
Mom I
was wearing clean underwear!




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