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Case Study #127

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Neck and Back Pain Resolved the Old Fashion Way

Paula O. presented with constant neck and back pain for several weeks. The possibilities for the underlying cause are many. Practitioners must eliminate structural (cranial distortions, bite or occlusal imbalances, sacroiliac instability to name a few) and other issues like emotional, pathologic, and nutritional deficiencies to define the root cause. Just prescribing a muscle relaxer in my opinion is quackery because treating a symptom without a proper diagnosis is malpractice.

Paula was evaluated and the above mentioned parameters were eliminated. Paula was then placed on several supplements to allow the muscles to function properly. Vitamin E from green peas works specifically for muscles as opposed to the vitamin E in wheat germ oil. The later works best for hormone balance but not muscle function. Parent Essential Oils with an 11 to 1 ratio of omega 6s to omega 3s were prescribed. This combination of organic, cold pressed oils helps heal the cell membranes increasing oxygen and nutrient movement into the cell and allows waste products to exit. In addition, the Parent Essential Oils enables the production of prostaglandin PE-1, which is anti-inflammatory and improves circulation. Nanized magnesium was the last supplement prescribed to help relax the muscles and quite down the sympathetic nervous system. A high percentage (80 percent) of the population is deficient in magnesium.

Do nutrients work?

The following feedback was sent by Paula. You be the judge.

"You asked me to drop you a line regarding the effectiveness of the additional supplements you prescribed for me a couple of weeks ago for my neck and back pain which had been constant for several weeks. I started taking the Cataplex E, the Clinician's Preference Oils, and the Magnesium from Complete Ascentials on 7/24/19. I have not had any back or neck pain since 7/25/19. I have been able to garden as much as I like with no ill consequences. Thanks so much!"
Best,
Paula