The skull (cranium), with its 22 bones, rests on the vertebral column. The bones of the skull are grouped into two categories: cranial bones and facial bones. The eight cranial bones (brain case) form the cranial cavity, which encloses and protects the brain. Fourteen facial bones form the face. Skull bones move from the birth until its last day. They have to be completely symmetrical.

The foramen magnum ("great hole") is a large

openingin the base of the skull. The spinal

cord connects to the brain through the foramen

magnum of the skull and is encircled by the bones

of the vertebral column. If the mother has

deformed pelvic cavity and  the baby's round head

pass through the small or deformed birth canal,

the child’s skull bones will shift, which means the

brain will shift, the foramen magnum will shift and

that means that the spinal cord of the baby will be

pinched and either a small brain dysfunction, or

cerebral palsy or paresis or tetra paresis or para paresis, i.e. the compression

of the spinal cord may occur. And no one will determine this pathology, not even a doctor, because this disease does not exist. Doctors do not measure the skull bones, it is not visible on x-ray, because x-rays do not see the brain, only MRI, but nobody does it. And severe pathology of the spinal cord develops - from the paralysis to an immature brain. Cerebrospinal fluid should circulate all the time, like a blood, without interruption, bringing the food to the brain and taking the waste out and because of the disease, it can not do its job properly.

The skull bones can be fixed from the first to the last day of its life. If the skull bones deformed, hearing loss, vision deficiencies or disorders can be slowly developed. Loss of hearing and doctors suggest immunization or hearing aids to improve hearing. Body says – there is no or not enough blood! It means none or not enough fluid, food, oxygen! The cervical spine (neck area) needs to be examined first. We need to be able to translate and interpret these symptoms.

Everything associated with tinnitus ("ringing" is the perception of sound within the human ear, when no actual sound is present, means that the head has not enough oxygen or some toxins present), dizziness, epistaxis (bleed from the nose) – it is all signs of the cervical vertebral subluxations and/or the displacement of the skull bones.

If you have burst blood vessels in the eyes, it is cervical scoliosis, intracranial hypertension. If dizzy – treat the neck, if bleeding from the nose - treat the neck, if the low blood pressure – treat the neck, if lost hearing, sight, and there was no trauma to the eye - treat the neck, if your hands sore and you did not bump it, it means the wire (nerve) jammed in the neck, if the feet sore, the wire jammed in the spine. For all above pathologies the spine must be aliened in the first place.

Check your head; is there any tilt to the left or right? If yes, that means the pelvis and spine are displaced. Nothing should hurt or numb on the hands or on the legs. If the hands sore or numb, no exercise or surgery will help, it is pinched nerve in the cervical (neck) vertebra. The consequences of the injuries, that you might have, need to be eliminated. This is a spinal injury, coccyx, skull, i.e. vital organs. Because the injury of the fifth finger of the left leg will not do anything major to anyone, just a sore thumb. Injuries of the skull bones can lead to the loss of vision. Often, a two years old child bumps his head; usually he does not receive any treatment, and twenty years later when he has a headache, he is running from doctors to doctors with no hope. This is very important, because often people come in with a lifetime headache, and it turns out that they felt as a child and deformed the skull. We work with a skull, and it all goes away.

Learn to look at the body systemically. If a person has strabismus (the eyes are not properly aligned with each other), it has nothing to do with the eyes itself. Unfortunately, opticians and other doctors do not want to accept that. 95% of strabismus - it is the deformed skull. There are doctors who are treat strabismus for 3-4 sessions, and there are doctors who operate 6-7 times. We always have a choice.

The head always work its way to align itself perpendicular to the shoulders. The neck should be at 90 degrees to the shoulders, because the vertebral artery and vein pass exactly through each cervical vertebrae (neck area), on both sides, through seven holes, that supplies the brain with oxygen-rich blood. Oxygen-rich blood supplies the brain through carotid artery, and through jugular veins deoxygenated blood leaves the head back to the heart. If even one of the cervical vertebra is displaced, the poor blood circulation can be the reason of the stroke (a lot of people have stroke during sleep), increased intracranial pressure, headaches, subconjunctival hemorrhage (bleeding in the eye/s). That is the cause of the most degrading disorders of the brain, that is the cause of senile dementia, i.e. the water compress the brain, it can not leave the head, it destroys the brain, brain literally sinking in the water and as a consequence - visual impairment, hearing loss, brain dysfunction.

Cervical osteochondrosis is another very dangerous diagnosis, because the parasympathetic nervous system is located in the skull; that is the tone of the blood vessels, heart and all internal organs; that is intracranial hypertension, nosebleed, headache, tinnitus, weakness, weather dependence, sleeplessness, nightmares, eye pain, subconjunctival hemorrhage, retinal detachment, glaucoma. Neck – is the bottleneck of our illnesses - vision, hearing, memory, bad mood, depression, it is all connected to the brain activity and it should work perfectly as a clock.

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