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What’s In A Name? Pt 2. ADHD as a model of the flaws in DSM and in psychiatric thought processes.

Before I commence this critique, lets be totally clear that I have been diagnosed with ADHD, and am happy with the positive effects of the treatment with stimulants that I have received from my doctors. I am also aware, however, … Continue reading

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What’s In A Name? Pt 1.

Each profession tends to see the material before them in terms of their own cognitive framework, and, conversely, is blinded to anything lying outside that framework. “To the man with a hammer, the whole world is a nail” For many … Continue reading

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Significant lectures and video presentations:

  Much of this material is difficult to grasp and poorly understood. I hope that the images and the talks here will be of benefit. Please note that while in some cases the material is more targeted at Ehler’s Danlos … Continue reading

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Upper Cervical Malalignment and the Brain (gross anatomical effects).

It has long been held that malalignments in the upper cervical spine compromise blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow to the brain and also cause mechanical traction and localised blood flow compromise to the brain stem, which can lead to … Continue reading

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Uniting Atlas Subluxation and ADHD

I am sure that this post will be seen to be controversial by anyone coming from a conventional medical background who comes across this and reads it. However iI have been on a mission of sorts to understand why my … Continue reading

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Neck Pain and Cerebral Perfusion

I recently became aware of the following paper – which casts some light on issues like brain fog in people with neck conditions, and also further light as to why these conditions persist. I emphasise though that the observations here … Continue reading

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Why am I not getting better despite repeated adjustments, and why do my vertebrae keep “slipping out”?

This is a common question raised in the comments section of the blog. Of course it is unsafe to give out individualised health advice to anyone over a blog, so the best way for me to handle this question is … Continue reading

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