The important role of the Spinal Column in the development of Organ Diseases - Shown with the ´bad´ example of smoking.
Date: 9/4/2006 2:56:19 AM ( 17 y ) ... viewed 2735 times
Although I am not smoking (anymore I admit) after I realized that it is not only unhealthy but that I do not need it anymore, I want to share this information with you.
In the course of treating thousands of people with back pain and other ailments I always looked for possible connections between Spinal Misalignments and Ailments other than the Pain in the Back by interviewing my patients during their treatment.
There are connection charts available that show these interactions between the spine and organs and even non-physical issues which I wanted to confirm or disproof in order to be able to decide about their value.
In the absence of a controlled clinical study of this I can of course only present you my anecdotal evidences and I leave it up to you, the discrimination reader, how you judge that information.
What I discovered is that about 90% of patients who developed any kind of ailment at their respiratory system also showed misalignments at the corresponding area of their spine (Th3). Since I am convinced that a single cause is seldom producing specific problems when it comes to our human body which is a far too complex system, I always look for contributing co-factors like toxins, unhealthy life style, non-physical issues etc, that produced additional stress to the system.
What surprised me was that 80% of these patients where smokers and only 20% non- smokers (maybe less because possible some did not admit their habit).
So this could lead to following conclusion: A smoker with no misalignment at Th3 is likely to survive longer and stay healthy longer that a smoker who has a problem at the corresponding spinal area and possible on other areas connected via the functional circuits known in TCM.
I choose this example because it is more obvious than with other conditions and a controlled study with smokers would be easy to conduct but I am convinced that these facts apply to all health conditions so much that I have to ask myself the old question what came first: Chicken or Egg?
I certainly think that smoking is something we do not need to live a fulfilled life but I also know that changing unhealthy habits and addictions is one of the most difficult things to do.
Looking forward to get your comments, critic and suggestions on this….
Thomas Zudrell, DMS
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