Case 1. Neck pain 51 year old, female
On January 29, 2005, I picked-up something to put it to its original place, and an acute pain ran through my neck. X-rays revealed nothing particular at this point and the medical doctor dismissed the patient. However, the patient visited our office on Feb. 23 because of continuing symptoms of headaches, shoulder discomfort, difficulty turning the head to the right side and pain when gargling.
After last adjustment, on March 9, the pain upon turning the head to the right was reduced by half. The patient became able to gargle on April 11.
The patient visited our office on June 13 and said that her physical condition was good. The patient seemed to be free from any lumbar fatigue due to a herniated disc diagnosed ten years before. The photography also reveals that there is no displacement in the lumbar area moving to the left.
The patient visited our clinic 5 times since Feb. 23 and we made adjustment twice upon those visits.