The vagus nerve has been shown to be involved in many physiological functions including autonomic nervous system balance, digestion and elimination, heart rate, seizure activity, respiration, and emotional stability. It contains motor and sensory fibers and has the widest distribution of any other nerve in the body. If it is impeded along it course, either by traction or compression forces, its ability to transmit impulses is altered. Evaluation of the structures, spinal vertebra, dural meningeal system and the fascial system through which it passes is crucial in determining and facilitating normal function.
In this streaming video Dr. Rosen discusses vagus nerve anatomy and physiology, its impact on overall health, and how to evaluate and correct the major biomechanical imbalances (subluxations) that can interfere with the vagus nerve's function. These corrective procedures include: atlas, occipital and temporal bone corrections, clavicular and first rib subluxations, fascial and muscle reflex balancing (diaphragm and psoas muscle) and soft tissue reflex indicators. These procedures are demonstrated and explained for both the pediatric and adult population. If you want to be more effective and efficient in your practice this video is a must.
Includes a PDF workbook.
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