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Nutrition for Origin/Insertion Technique
Raw veal bone/raw potato
(have chew supplement while working on points)
Spindle Cells - facilitate/inhibit
facilitate - lengthen muscle belly
inhibit - approximate muscle belly
Golgi Tendon Organs - facilitate/inhibit
Facilitate - approximate ends of muscle
Inhibit - lengthen ends of muscle
What are the 5 factors?
1) Nerve
2) Lymphatic (NL)
3) Blood vessel (NV
4) Acupuncture
5) Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF)
Nutrition for Strain/Counter Strain (Jones) trigger points?
Raw Calcium
Nutrition for Travell Trigger Point (stretch)
Low dose B12 (along with ST & LV extracts)
Shock Absorber test
FORCEFUL IMPULSE TO JOINT
If any muscle goes weak you either have subluxation at joint or possible Mn deficiency
Ligament Stretch Test
DISTRACT JOINT
If any muscle goes weak could have a subluxation at joint, possible Mn deficiency, Adrenal stress syndrome
Fixation with Bilateral Psoas
Occiput
Fixation with bilateral Glut Max
Upper cervicals
Fixation with bilateral Popliteus
CT junction
Fixation with bilateral Teres Minor
Thoracic
Fixation with bilateral Lower Trap
TL Junction
Fixation with Neck Extensors (neutral-lateral position)
Lumbar
Fixation with bilateral Neck Extensors (when tested in full rotation)
Sacral
Fixation with unilateral Neck Extensors (when tested in full rotation)
Iliac (if muscle weak in right rotation then right ilium)
Aerobic Testing
-Test
-Treatment
-find strong muscle & test in slow, rhythmic repetitive manner at least 20x with a rate of 1/sec)
-If becomes weak:
1) treat NL
2) Nutrition - Fe, EFA, B6,
Mg, Zn, C, E
Anaerobic Testing
-Test
-Treatment
- Find strong (upper extremity) muscle & test quickly, at lest 25 at rate of 2-3x/sec
- If becomes weak:
1) Treat NL
2) Nutrition: B5
Nutrition for Fixations
Octocosanol
How do you CORRECT Reactive Muscle Patterns? (technique & nutrition)
-Shorten spindle fibers of muscle that when tested CAUSED the weakening of the original muscle
-phosphatase (biost, calcifood, raw veal bone)
RMP - Psoas
Contralateral neck flexors
RMP - Hamstring
Lat & QL
RMP - Upper Trap
Contralateral Upper Trap
RMP - Levator Scap
Contralateral Levator Scap
RMP - Quads
Ipsilateral Sartorius & gracilis & abdominals
RMP - Rhomboids
Deltoid
RMP - Sartorius & gracilis
Peroneus tertius
RMP - Adductors
Psoas
RMP - Latissimus Dorsi
Upper trap