I was wondering if there was or could be any relation between atlas subluxation and the diagnosis of Endometriosis? A very close person to me has been diagnosed with Endometriosis. She just had an Laparoscopy and receives the results soon.... Also another friend of mine has been in the hospital multiple times for Pulmonary Embolisms and with low iron counts. I know that you can't speculate much off of this small bit of information. I just would like to know that if there have been or could possibly be any relations with atlas subluxation. Finding out that the root cause of a great deal of my problems were due to a 'kink' type subluxation saved my life. I had a great deal of health problems along with pshcological issues, and a misdiginose from an MD which lead me to 4.5 years of anti-deppresant pills which destroyed my life to the point that I did not want to live. I have done a great deal of research on this topic and have spread the word of the work as much as possible. I am greatly indebted to everyone who has made this practice possible. I hoping that you can help me find out if there is anyway that there is a possible connection for my friends. Thank you so much for all your time. Indebted for life, Jordan
Due to the location of the Upper Cervical Subluxation and its proximity to the control center of the body, the brain and brain stem; the Atlas Subluxation has the potential to disrupt any or all normal function in the body. It is recommended that everyone be checked for an Upper Cervical Subluxation early in life to prevent health problems from developing. If health problems have already developed, it would be improtant to make sure there is no interuption to the healing process from the brain to the body.
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