The Number One Spinal Injury Site – Revolutionary Clinical Paradigm Shift Demonstrated
The spinal cord is one of the most protected and vital areas in the body.
Despite this level of protection, the thoracolumbar (TL) spine, which contains the second largest section of the spinal cord, is the NUMBER ONE most common fracture site in the spine.
Injuries to the TL spine often result in so-called ‘compression fractures’. However, evidence suggests that it is actually a ‘burst’ fracture, resulting from the outward force transferred from adjacent dense, fluid-filled organs, caused during impact injury.
Injury to certain core structures like the TL spine, appear to trigger a recently discovered mechanism, called the Articular Stability Reflex (ASR), which appear to turn off stabilizing muscles in peripheral joints like the knees, hips, low back and shoulder. This is a very clear, predictable and measurable response to certain injuries, and with the right approach, is easily restored.
You have the opportunity to turn these joint stabilizing muscles back on, like flipping a switch.
online interactive Training
Dr. George Roth
DC ND CMRP
What you'll learn on during this training:
- 1How a new approach can resolve a lifetime of injuries
- 2Pinpoint the true source of the underlying problem with precision and confidence.
- 3Maneuvers to restore enlarged and distorted bones structure to restore lasting function.