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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA September 2013
Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 43 Number 3 September 2013 113 Table 1 TABLE OF PATIENT FINDINGS Age Chiropractic Physical Correlations Salivary Hormone Findings Signs and Symptoms 136 Reproductive System Physical Sign Piriformis inhibited (TL to NL refex strengthens) Adrenal Physical Sign TL to Adrenal NL and CX-9 (adrenal associated acupuncture point) Ragland's sign Paradoxical pupillary reaction Thyroid Physical Sign Inhibited teres minor strengthened by iodine, zinc, tyrosine Reproductive Hormones Increased Estradiol Decreased Progesterone Decreased Testosterone Adrenal Hormones Cortisol out of rhythm Decreased DHEA Thyroid Hormones Increased TSH and TPO Menopausal Symptom Decreased libido Hot fashes Vaginitis Weight gain waist and hips Infertility SI Other Fatigue Stress Sugar craving Low blood pressure CI 271 Adrenal Physical Sign Sartorius inhibited (TL to adrenal NL and CX-9 strengthens) Ragland's sign Paradoxical pupillary reaction Liver Physical Sign Pectoralis major (sternal division) weak and previously strong indicator muscles weaken with TL of the NL refexes for the liver Reproductive Hormones Decreased Estradiol and Progesterone and Pg/E2 ratio Adrenal Hormones Increased morning cortisol Menopausal Symptom Foggy thinking Hot fashes Vaginitis Other Adrenal and liver nutrition and dietary guidance helps CI 350 Reproductive System Physical Sign Gluteus medius inhibited (TL to NL refex strengthens) Adrenal Physical Sign Adrenal muscle inhibited with TL to CX-9 Liver Physical Sign Pectoralis major (sternal division) weak (strengthens with insalivation of liver nutritional support) Reproductive Hormones Decreased Progesterone, PG/E2 Adrenal Hormones Increased morning cortisol Decreased DHEA Menopausal Symptom Progesterone stopped hot fashes temporarily DHEA stops it again Livaplex(TM) corrects hot fashes and increases energy MI Other Pineal and cranial treatment help sleep SI 444 Adrenal Physical Sign Sartorius, gracilis and posterior tibialis muscles strength bilaterally with TL to adrenal NL and CX-9 and Pulse Point (adrenal associated acupuncture points) Reproductive Hormones Decreased Progesterone, Testosterone, Estradiol Adrenal Hormones Menopausal Symptom Severe hot fashes Put on adrenal nutritional support and progesterone cream SI MENOPAUSE AND CHIROPRACTIC CUTHBERT • ROSNER
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