How does it manifest in patients?
The first image shows the picture of asymmetric tone (syndromes) of muscles pairs, due to which the ratio of the cervical vertebrae to the base of the skull is disturbed according to the normal limits.
Craniocervical junction disorder has a complex effect on the health of the spine, the patient's posture and the ability to keep the back straight.
The photo was taken before and three months after the procedure.
When the patient is in the supine position on the massage table, the specialist pulls him by the legs with the same effort, performing a grip in the Achilles. As a rule, because of the presence of vertebral subluxation and a picture of spinal biomechanical alterations, the patient's legs are stretched asymmetrically and have different lengths due to the twisted pelvis and the asymmetric tone of myofascial chains.
The symmetrical tension of anatomy trains along the entire body restores after the elimination of craniocervical junction disorders. As a result, the pelvis and legs are aligned. Muscles work together. It is a long-term effect. The photo was taken before and immediately after the procedure.
The patient's legs can spring back in different places when he bends the knees with the same pressure force. One leg tends to bend deeper while the other bends tighter. At the same time, patients often experience very unpleasant sensations in the lower back. This indicates the presence of a spiral in the spine and a rotational twisted pelvis, which is caused by vertebral subluxation.
The rotation of the cervical vertebrae starts the pathological process of twisting the spine into a spiral along its entire length.
After the restoration of the functions of the head joints, the spiral is no longer diagnosed, and the patient reports a significant improvement in sensations in the lower back. The photos were taken before and immediately after the procedure. Turning the head to the left and right before and after the procedure.
Head turns left and right before and after the procedure
Very often a person is not even aware of turning his head better in one direction, and worse in the other. But this is one of the most important and obvious signs of head joints locking.
The head movements to the left and right, up and down has been improved after the correction. The patient reports that the head is felt on the shoulders more easily than usual, as if "weighs less". Tension and pain go away from the muscles of the shoulder girdle, that is checked by tests in each patient. Subsequently, there is no need to rest your head on your hand. If it is controlled in several months or several years, it can have a long-term effect.
All this indicates the restoration of the biomechanical balance. When the head joints work in full amplitude and there is no displacement of the head by the muscles, then the weight of the head is correctly distributed along the axis of the entire spine. Thus, muscle overload and tension go away. Compensations and trigger clamps are self-absorbing. The pain has receded.
We surveyed over 10,000 patients. Each of them is living proof of the significant influence of the craniovertebral region on the balance of the whole body.