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This guy was on crutches for 7 years when he was 8 because of Perthes Disease. Watch how his strength and range of motion changes instantly with a piece of tissue.
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The elderly are at risk of falling, some more than others. If we start to fall, we need to correct that quickly, which is why it’s important to check your patient’s muscle strength properly, especially the strength of their ECCENTRIC contractions, since these are the ones that are going to prevent them falling. In this...
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Nowhere is it more important to realise that sensory input is linked to motor output, than in teeth. All that subconscious control over our biting, chewing, kissing, talking takes an awful lot of sensory input and an awful lot of subsequent muscle control.
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There are many ways to create raving fans in your practice. One of my favourites is a rolled up piece of tissue …..
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Proprioception is a powerful ally in improving flexibility and strength. In this video, a 65 year old man demonstrates how he doubled his flexibility and increased his strength (after 10 years of yoga) in just one month, simply by removing his metal crowns.
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Some injuries just don’t seem to heal no matter what treatment or therapy is used. This woman suffered for 12 years with low back pain after a whiplash injury. Turns out, the injury wasn’t the reason she didn’t get better …..
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A patient tells how his sciatica was cured overnight when his dentist removed a tooth and two fillings.
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Tina Vincent in NZ showing how dental crowns caused stress and anxiety plus a lack of strength in a patient.
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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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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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How gold crowns cause muscle weakness and low back pain
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