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Breakthrough Cranial Technique, Chronic Right Torsion

January 30, 2018

G. Dallas Hancock, D.C., Ph.D. has been trained in the fields of chiropractic and cranial.

 

He has discovered a cranial pattern that reflects throughout the body, especially the spine, sacrum and legs.

He refers to this cranial pattern as a "Chronic Right Torsion" additionally a "Left Lateral Strain"

 

He has found these patterns in just about every chronic pain patient he has evaluated. People with chronic low back pain, sciatica, neck pain and soreness in the legs, often seek out the help of a chiropractor or cranial therapist.

 

 

In this video, Dr. Hancock pre-checks the patient and then performs the cranial work to release the chronic right torsion and the left lateral strain.

 

Muscle testing helps to verify that the problem exists before treatment and is resolved after cranial therapy.

 

Treatment for:
Sacro Occipital Categories 1, 2, & 3
Common Compensatory Pattern
Other neuromusculoskeletal patterns

Dr. Hancock checks the patient using muscle testing. He has discovered a common pattern, by testing a variety of leg and arm muscles on both the left and right sides.

Right Leg muscle test

Muscle testing while covering each eye. Also having the person look to the left and right while muscle checking.

He begins cranial therapy to release chronic right torsion in the skull.

 

Checking muscle tension by flexing the ankle.

Using a different handhold for cranial adjustment.

Pre check of shoulders. Typically found to have uneven shoulders. Sacrum is also tipped.

 

 

 

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