What kind of load are you carrying on your shoulders that is creating shoulder pain? Has the weight of your world bogged your life down or is shoulder pain the only factor to consider? Your neck and shoulder have an intimate relationship with your rib cage, your muscles and movements.Your jaw, skull, muscle of your body and your walking gait play a vital role in clearing the real deeper causes of why you have shoulder pain.
The shoulder is connected thru the acupuncture system to the digestive tract, the muscle and nerve system as well as the chest and it influence on blood supply throughout the body.
An example of an actual case illustrates how the shoulder is intimately tied in with many systems of the brain and body.
A client of our many yeas ago while working in Atlanta, had a frozen shoulder pain. She could only move that shoulder up to the lower part of her rib cage with great effort and lots if shoulder pain. We adjusted her several times, balanced her muscles, and retrained her brain so her body would remember the new pattern. She could raise her arm above her head and had no shoulder pain. On each of the following two weeks, she appeared in our office and showed that nothing had changed and the shoulder pain and restrictions were still happening. So we decided to look a little deeper into hidden causes of her shoulder pain because is was obvious after here two previous whole body and brain adjustments her condition had improved. This lady was asked what kind of foods did she eat? What kind of liquids did she drink?. How much sugar and sweets did she eat? Did she have any problems digesting fats or protein or carbohydrates. All these answers were relatively within normal ranges. Then we asked how did she cook her food. She microwaved every meal 3 times a day. So we asked her to do an experiment for one week and see what would happen if she did not microwave any food at all and cooked on her food on a regular stove or used a toaster oven. She came back the third week and showed us she could raise her arm and had no shoulder pain but full range of motion without any restrictions.
Most of man’s action require the use of eh hands, arms and shoulder to preform many of life key functions.