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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA September 2013
Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 43 Number 3 September 2013 115 952 Reproductive System Physical Sign Pituitary NL Adrenal Physical Sign Adrenal NL and CX-9 Thyroid Physical Sign Teres minor strengthens with TL to thyroid NL Reproductive Hormones Decreased progesterone, Pg/E2 ratio imbalanced Adrenal Hormones Decreased morning cortisol Menopausal Symptom Hot fashes Night sweats CI Other Stress Loss of scalp hair Nervous Brittle nails Iodine and thytrophin PMG helps SI 10 43 Reproductive System Physical Sign Gluteus medius, minimus, piriformis, and gluteus maximus strengthen with TL to NL refex Pituitary NL produces positive MMT Adrenal Physical Sign Adrenal NL and CX-9 Thyroid Physical Sign Teres minor strengthens with TL to thyroid NL Liver Physical Sign Pectoralis major (sternal division) weak (strengthens with insalivation of liver nutritional support) Reproductive Hormones All are decreased Adrenal Hormones Increased morning cortisol Menopausal Symptom Severe hot fash, night sweats, vaginitis, moodiness Drenamin and Iodine help signifcantly CI MENOPAUSE AND CHIROPRACTIC CUTHBERT • ROSNER Table 2 SUMMARY OF AK MMT AND SALIVARY HORMONE TEST CORRELATIONS (N = 10) Number of patients showing muscle inhibitions (without refex stimulation) associated with an organ showing abnormal hormone levels Number of patients with MMT correlations when TL to organ's viscerosomatic refexes was performed Number of patients with abnormal reproductive hormone values Outcomes of AK treatment (n=10) 6of10 10of10 10of10 CI=7 SI=2 MI=1 Complete improvement (CI); Signifcant improvement (SI); Moderate improvement (MI) MMI was of three types: Complete Improvement, Signifcant Improvement, and Moderate Improvement.The number of treatments required To reach MMI was between 3 and 13 visits, with an average of 6 visits. The length of time to reach MMI was between 1 and 9 weeks, with an average of 4 weeks. Each of the patients in this cohort were contacted or seen as part of their normal chiropractic maintenance care at 6 months after their initial evaluation and treatment, and the Menopause Rating Scale was given. (Figure 1) The correlations noted in Table 2 can be determined by comparing the third and fourth columns in Table 1 above, i.e. comparing the muscle inhibitions in the third column with the hormone imbalances in the fourth column. Six of ten patients showed a correlation between their salivary hormone abnormalities and the classic muscle inhibition patterns associated with these organs as described in AK. However 10 out of 10 patients showed correlations
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