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Posted on 10-25-2016
Another interesting case:
Patient with stomach pains of several years duration. Examined to have mid thoracic and upper lumbar spinal subluxations also for years. Further examination also revealed percussive pains (pains when pushing in the stomach area) associated with abdominal region adhesions in the visceral paritoneum. - (connective tissue covering the abdominal organs which become adhered to each other.)
These adhesions may form as a result of inflammatory conditions in the abdominal area. These adhesions often go undiagnosed as causing the abdominal pains, and are therefore not treated properly.
A simple in office procedure of spinal manipulation and soft tissue abdominal manipulation produced a release of these adhesions, allowing a return to normal motion to the spine and visceral organs. Patient greatly improved after several office procedures. Non-pharmacutical, non-surgical fix.
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