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There are a battery of conditions that are prevalent today and baffling to the medical field. These patients lie under the conditions of Chronic Fatigue ( CFS) , Fibromyalgia, MS, Lupus and the list goes on. These patients do not feel good and have symptoms of exhaustion, lack of concentration, muscular aches and pains, poor muscle coordinations/tightness/atrophy and just over all do not feel good and can not function like they once had.
There are protein indicators that are found in the spinal fluid of these conditions. They have found more than 700 proteins, or indicators in the disorder that are unique to CFS. These indicators are proof that their is a disorder going on.
I like to call them disorders rather than disease, because disease puts such a stigma on a person and seems like such a permanent word placement on something that can not be altered in a positive way to bring back homeostasis.
Dr. Faith E. Leuschen, DC
I have found time and time again that there are disturbances in joint function and in the neuromusculoskeletal function that affects physiologic function and biochemstry. I find that most of these patients have menigeal compression that end up in my office.
Do you suffer from symptoms of any of the following:
- Pain (anywhere in the body, including fingers and feet)
- Headache (Migraines)
- RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
- MS (Multiple Sclerosis)
- After effects of a Stroke
The therapeutic relief test could offer you great relief of your symptoms in under 10 minutes. The technique was designed to address the meninges and CSF. Many symptoms may be explained by compression of the meninges – the three-membrane protective sheath of the spinal cord and brain – by encroachment or twisting. This may be caused by accidents, trauma and even stress. The cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) bathes the brain and spinal cord. This technique seems to help with the release of the CSF at the base of the brain helping patients with their symptoms.
The first thing that I witness (in layman terms so that the general public can understand this) is a severe clamping down of the muscles in the back of the skull, the neck and the shoulders and can be extending down into the midback down to the sacrum.
Meningeal compression can affect into any of the nerve roots therefore one patient will present with symptoms in one area that my be a weakness or a alteration and another patient may not have these same areas involved. But for the most part these disorders have some commonalities.
I find that these patients are on many different medications that are having side-effects and that the side effects and/or multiple medications are interacting, in ways that present as the orginal problem/symptoms or make them worse.
If the proteins are evidence in the disease process of these disorders…does this make us one step closer to a cure or alleviating the disorder? Yes, we can use them as markers..but bottom line measures need to be taken to reverse the physiologic process that has taken this person or persons down this road in the first place.
I believe menigeal compression has a huge play in this and we are now just discovering how it may change the physiology/biochemistry of a person.
And if the menigeal compression is relieved, how long will it last? Our patients are on maintenence programs of 1-2 times per month on average to keep their muscle tightness and compression from setting back in. I integrate cellular nutrition, detox, supplementation, rehabilitation, positive emotional advice to turn patients negative thoughts around, mediation, referrals to great bioidentical hormone docs, dentist if the TMJ
, teeth or jaw come into play, and many other referrals that may be appropriate.
Yes , I am a chiropractor. Yes, I practice standard chiropractic with numerous technique but I have found that the Neurologic Relief Center Technique is the most comprehensive when dealing with Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, MS, Lupus, Parkinsons, RSD, Rhematoid Arthritis, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, numbness, tingling, lack of concentration, fibro fog, headaches, depression, anxiety, tremors, movement disorders and many other disabillities.
Recently, Dr. Faith E. Leuschen held a free patient testing workshop, where nearly two dozen doctors flew in from around the country to learn NRCT.
This newsletter talk to Dr. Tanner Hancock, of the Hancock Center, Witchita, Kansas Kansas how he felt about the new technique for treating pain.
I am very excited to move forward with research and every finding/clue is important to piece together each individual and take the steps necessary to advancing our knowledge of these baffling disorders. People are getting sicker and sicker and there are many reasons why.
Dr. Faith E. Leuschen is attending a benefit to help special needs of children and their parents Friday. To meet her in person visit: FRIDAY EVENT. NEUROLOGIC RELIEF CENTER VIDEO