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THE GAIT REFLEX SYSTEM (Basic 1-8)
The gait reflex system which allows us to walk, run, dance, work and perform all movements is controlled by a series of reflex systems starting with the Labyrinthine Ocular Head Righting Reflex system and Cloacal Pelvic Centering Reflex systems. The L.O.R is a subdivision of the Vestibular Ocular Reflex System. The activity of the V.O.R as it relates to the Cloacal system comprises the Vestibular Spinal Tract which is the master reflex system for us to be an erect animal and regulates or controls all muscle activity in posture and movement.
CRANIAL INJURY COMPLEX
A cranial injury can disturb the V.O.R (vestibular ocular reflex system) this system rights the head and neck in motion.
This protocol will open when a whiplash, fall or trauma to the head, neck and body has occurred and or the patient has been rendered unconscious. The Basic 1-8 must be corrected previously. The cranial injury complex is a complete neurological unit and can be the treatment for the day.
CATEGORY 2 OF THE CRANIAL PELVIS
Neural Organization Technique is based in SOT and AK. These master techniques involve the neurology behind the Cat 2 condition that is most debilitating to mankind. In NOT the primary causation of the adrenal overload in the stress circuit that predisposes to hyper adrenia and sacro iliac sprain and strain that occurs in a CAT 2 pelvic dysfunction. If we back track to the neurological input that occurs here we find that the TMJ opens the fight flight reflex into the physical component of the pelvis. Hence treatment is directed towards clearing how the body will arm itself via the temporalis, masseter and internal pterygoid muscles of the TMJ The pelvis is then blocked as per SOT Category procedures and the TMJ component repeated. When the source of the problem has been addressed, IE; you correct the signal, then the bodies stabilizing reflex systems respond.
Lumbar Disc Involvement, this protocol is for the the treatment of any vertebral involvement in the Lumbar spine and most sciatic conditions.