I recorded this video at a recent Foundation Seminar to show you injuries that conventional therapies have completely overlooked.I show you very common issues that are affecting every patient that you encounter in your practice, and how you can demonstrate the source of injury that no one has ever shown them.In each session, I always assess structural changes […]Continue reading
Trauma to the face or teeth (including dental work) often causes persistent and far-reaching symptoms.The trigeminal nerve (CN 5) is the second largest nerve exiting the brain, only second to the spinal cord.Thus, its neurological ‘bandwidth’ is extremely high.Since the trigeminal nerve supplies the teeth, facial or dental trauma can produce a significant amount of sensory feedback.This […]Continue reading
Current science tells us that that bone literally enlarges with impact and that everything in the body is interconnected through the cellular matrix. This has been completely overlooked by conventional therapies. Every one of your patients has experienced impact injuries that have profoundly changed the biomechanics of their entire body, resulting in a wide range of […]Continue reading
This video with Dr. George Roth and Dr. Debora Chassé, outlines the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, utilizing the principles of Matrix Repatterning. It highlights the importance of injury to the osseous framework of the pelvis and how this can lead to many pelvic floor issues, such as incontinence, dysmenorrhea, erectile dysfunction and lower bowel issues, as well as low back pain. It also provides an overview of general Matrix Repatterning principles.
The video is a good review of clinical principles and may also be helpful in helping patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, understand how MR may be of value in their recovery.Continue reading