Scoliosis Ancillary Adjusting Protocols and Home Care

In this streaming video Dr. Rosen demonstrates ancillary corrective protocols and home care exercises for the correction of scoliosis.

These protocols are to be applied in conjunction with regular chiropractic adjustments.

Includes a PDF booklet on scoliosis care and management.

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Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

Working with this portion of the population involves special skills and protocols often overlooked in the general chiropractic practice. In these streaming videos Dr. Martin Rosen, DC, CSCP, CSPP, an SOT® certified instructor, will cover many of the specific adjusting protocols necessary to deal with the hyper-mobility and pelvic balance issues specific to the pregnant patient.

The adjusting protocols taught in this program offer the practitioner a set of skills to deal with the changing neurophysiological and biomechanical presentations in the pregnant patient. You will learn safe and effective methods that can help with even the most challenging cases. Specific issues common to the pregnant patient including: morning sickness, pelvic constraint,VBAC, Carpal tunnel, Premature labor, difficulty in conception, inability to maintain pregnancy and others are also covered.

While some these techniques are based on SOT® adjusting protocols, these videos allow those unfamiliar with SOT® chiropractic procedures, as well as already established SOT® doctors, to work more efficiently with this segment of the population. Standard adjusting protocols as well as specialized and ancillary procedures are covered and demonstrated thoroughly in this DVD and Streaming Video series.

Includes a PDF workbook.

Chiropractic care offers a non-invasive safe way to align the pelvic structures and keep the mother's spine and nervous system at optimum functioning levels throughout the pregnancy. Maintaining proper pelvic balance incorporates several factors:

  • Proper relationship between the sacro-iliac joints
  • Lumbar and transitional area corrections
  • Proper position of the sacral base and apex
  • Pubic symphysis alignment
  • Balanced tension in the psoas muscles
  • Balanced tension in the broad and round ligaments

To correct pelvic constraint or imbalances in the pregnant patient a variety of adjusting protocols and procedures are demonstrated in this streaming video including:

  • Pelvic Blocking to balance the sacro-iliac joints
  • Lumbar low force adjusting procedures
  • Evaluation and correction of an anterior inferior or posterior rotated sacrum
  • Psoas muscle evaluation and correction
  • Pubic symphysis adjustment
  • Round ligament balancing
  • Price: $195.00

Evaluation and Correction of Vagus Nerve Imbalances

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.

  • Price: $60.00