Weakness with very small amalgam

This is from the “leave no stone unturned” department. This young man loved to work out but his heavy lifting always damaged his back. That went on for months until I discovered that one, tiny amalgam filling was actually causing his weakness. He went on to make a full recovery once that amalgam was removed.
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Denture Causing Weakness

Occasionally just the taste of the acrylic used to make dentures causes weakness. Some dentures, especially old ones are made with a very toxic chemical called monomer. Just the taste of this chemical is enough to cause weakness in some people.
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Gold Crowns

How gold crowns cause muscle weakness and low back pain
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Amalgam causing weakness

Tina Vincent is a Kinesiologist from New Zealand doing great work with Proprioception and Afferent Input.
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Belly piercing and low back weakness

Two years of low back pain gone with one adjustment and piercing removal.
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The Myotatic Reflex

Discover why the myotatic reflex is your body's most important defence mechanism
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The Withdrawal Reflex

When this reflex is activated, certain muscles contract to pull us away from the source of the irritation.  Naturally, (according to the Law of Reciprocal Inhibition) when any muscle contracts, it’s antagonist must be at least partially inhibited.
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Extreme weakness caused by dental crowns

Lesley’s condition did not seem to fit any classical diagnosis, a fact which relieved me since all the neurological diseases have extremely poor outcomes and very few useful treatments. Besides, what I needed was an explanation, not a diagnosis.
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