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In this episode Top chiropractor in Orem, R. Ned McArthur, D.C. discusses the cervical spine, more commonly known as the neck.
He talks about the parts of the neck, how they work and the part the neck plays in overall health and function.
The cervical spine is important because all the nerves from the tip of our toes up to below our neck, travel through the cervical spine. This is why if some one were to become paralyzed after breaking their neck everything below is paralyzed
R. Ned McArthur is a chiropractor who focuses on providing lasting relief to those who suffer with neck pain, back pain and headaches.
A text version of this episode can be found here.
Are you in line with your spine? Chiropractors work with the spine, not just because it's often the source of neck and back pain, but because it houses and protects the central nervous system. Virtually every vital life-sustaining process, whether it's digesting our dinner or responding to potential infection, depends on the integrity of the nervous system between the brain and the body. Find out more about the imporance of your spine and what you can do to keep it well functioning.
Look at all the unemployment in America. Ask yourself why! Stock market just hit 16,000. American businesses are storing money all over the world. Foreign companies are doing business in America and transferring profits to their own countries. Americans are getting poorer every week that a paycheck does not come into enough American households. You are allowing this to happen.
America is missing backbones. Unemployment is too high because Americans are missing a spine. Americans are not missing skills. Jobs most needed today are needed by the working poor. Any skills needed on such jobs can be developed in weeks on the job. Unemployment is not about citizens not being skilled for the workforce of today.
Unemployment is high because you do not have the spines to go look managers in the face and ask for a job you know are qualified for and capable of doing. Do you really think managers or their staff are looking at all the online resumes and jobs request they receive and reject? That works for businesses. It's nothing more than a feel good step to replace your missing spine. Job loss is political. Job loss is orchrestrated by GOP and ALEC. Not hiring you and bringing in foreigners I'm sure has advantages for CEOs. What advantages? You guess. I know through research, foreigners are paid same salaries if not more than American holding comparable positions. Failure to hire is political. Low wages is political. Keeping job applicants away from businesses is political. Being spinless is you! Grow a spine and call companies where you sent resumes. Government progams can help!
Pride, embarrassment, laziness, lack of confidence, or fear stands in the way of Americans having a spine. Waiting for business managers to care about hiring is spinless. Grow a spine! Suit up. Go get hired.
25 -YEAR OLD FREDDIE GRAY, A HEALTHY YOUNG BLACK MAN, WAS STOPPED BY BALTIMORE POLICE ON APRIL 12TH AND ENDED UP WITH A SEVERED SPINE!
He Entered A Police Van After Being Apprehended In Good Health On April 12th Only To Emerge With A Severed Spine And Subsequently Died 7 Days Later In A Hospital.
All 6 Police Officers At The Scene Were Suspended With Pay.
He Was Running Away From The Officers When He Initially Spotted Them And They In Turn Pursued Him. When They Caught Up With Him And Detained Him All He Had On Him At The Time Was A Simple Single Blade Knife.
He Did Not Put Up Any Resistance When 1st Apprehended.
Ever had back pain? It is amongst our society's most common medical problems. Within a 3 month stretch nearly 1 out of every 4 adults in the US experience at least 1 day of back pain. Factors such as your age, fitness activity and job can all attribute to back pain amongst other risk factors such as the prevalence of another disease like arthritis.
So what are the treatment options available to us today and how effective are they? Our guest host Anthony Figliola sits down with the founder of the Advanced Spine Institute, Dr. Robert Talac to debunk the myths surrounding laser spine surgery, discuss conventional methods vs. cutting edge laser spine surgeries for treating back pain as well as what you should be looking for when trying to find a surgeon.
Dr. Robert Talac, MD, PhD
Dr. Robert Talac, MD, PhD is a renowned spine surgeon and the founder of the Advanced Spine Institute in Jackson, Tennessee. The Advanced Spine Institute specializes in Restorative Spine Care, Endoscopic Spine Surgery, Spine Motion Preserving Technologies and Laser Spine Pro Surgery.
Dr. Talac is dedicated to clinical research and always focuses on relieving his patients pain by restoring function and performance. He received his medical degree and PhD in Biophysics from Masaryk University in the Czech Republic. He is the recipient of such awards as the Patients' Choice Award for 2011 and 2012 and the Most Compassionate Doctor Award for 2012.
Thoracic Spine the key to Health!!
You will learn the actual mechanism for how stress kills. You will see natural solutions for scoliosis and how to avoid and treat rib humps, and curvatures.
You will also see the nervous system that is located in the thoracic spine that keeps you alive. Learn the source of cardiac arhythmia's and heart palpatations.
Don't miss this life saving talk!!
Ever had back pain? It is amongst our society's most common medical problems. Within a 3 month stretch nearly 1 out of every 4 adults in the US experience at least 1 day of back pain. Factors such as your age, fitness activity and job can all attribute to back pain amongst other risk factors.
So what are the treatment options available to us today and how effective are they? Our host Anthony Figliola sits down with Dr. Richard Richley, a pioneer of laser endoscopic techniques to debunk the myths surrounding laser spine surgery, discuss conventional methods vs. cutting edge laser spine surgeries for treating back pain as well as what you should be looking for when trying to find a surgeon.
RICHARD C. RICHLEY, M.D.
Richard C. Richley, M.D. is a board certified orthopedic surgeon. His practice began in San Diego in sports medicine in affiliation with the Chargers, the Padres, the Clippers basketball team, and the Mariners hockey team. In 1991, he established the Laser Spine & Joint Surgery Institute of California. Dr. Richley obtained certification in Holmium CO2 lasers and erbium lasers, and began a program of minimally invasive spine surgery as a pioneer and developer of endoscopic and minimally invasive spine surgery.
During the next 20 years, he traveled to many places, including Bogotá, Columbia, Lima, Peru, Wels, Austria, Brussels, Belgium, United Arab Emirates, Ober, Austria, Acapulco, Mexico, and Cairo, Egypt, working with physicians throughout the world in modern endoscopic and minimally invasive laser-assistive spine surgeries.
His primary office is in San Diego, California, and he can be contacted at 858-731-8146 or 858-643-5650. Visit the California Laser Spine Center website.
Welcome to this Mothership "The Empress Hour" of the Seed Dropper Nation where the Mother is first and last, Mother of civilization. We focus on the upliftment of Mothers and Children.
This 2015 of the Gregorian calendar our focus will be on learning through the Body Anatomy. In order to change we must go within, (the kingdom is within) Luke 17:21.
"I admonish thee that desirest to dive into the inmost parts of Nature, if that which thou seekest thou findest not within thee, thou wilt never find it without. So with a loud voice I proclaim; O, Man, know Thyself and thou wilt know the Universe." -Ancient Ancestors
Come and join us with an up close conversation about putting your back bone into it.
Dr. Charles Stillerman neurosurgeon with Atlantic NeuroSurgical Specialists in New Jersey discusses the spine and minimally invasive surgical interventions. Erin Kenney, Cheif Clinical Officer - IvyRehab explains the physical therapy course of treatment. www.ivyhealthhub.com
Essential Oils for Stress
1.Lavender is the most common essential oil used and, thus, known as the “universal oil”. So much research has been done on lavender oil, and it is one oil you never want to be without. When it comes to stress, lavender has a very calming effect on our body and the aroma is very soothing. I’m excited to see many hospitals and schools are choosing to diffuse lavender to provide a more peaceful and calming environment.
2. Frankincense has been used for medicinal and religious purposes for thousands of years. It has a very warm and comforting, exotic aroma that has a relaxing effect on the human body including uplifting mood and heightening awareness.
How to Take These Oils:Take a detox bath with 10 drops in the bathtub (how to do this).
Diffuse at home or at work (I like this diffuser).
Inhale directly from the bottle.
Apply directly to your heart, base of skull, or bottoms of feet.
Dilute with a carrier oil (fractionated coconut oil, jojoba, almond oil) and rub on shoulders, neck and spine.
Apply to a clay necklace and wear the oils all day long (where to buy necklace).
Resources for Using Essential Oils:
After a personally painful experience 7 years ago, Paul La France found he was able to help others overcome challenging physical and emotional conditions by bringing through Universal energy transmitting it clients, often with profound healing results.
Around 2007, Paul was remembering that his grandfather was often asked to pray for people who were ill and expected to die. His prayers were powerful and often, the unexpected occurred. The person he prayed for recovered. So while in deep meditation Paul asked that he be guided to a way of helping people much like his grandfather had.
However, within a half hour of Paul’s meditation he felt severe pains in his spine, head and kidneys. In fact he thought that once again he was passing kidney stones. The Emergency Room doctors refuted this and added that none of the tests results were helpful in explaining his extremely painful condition. They didn’t want to release him and insisted he take morphine.
Shortly afterwards, Paul became very aware of energies running through him and out his hands. He came to the realization that his sudden pains after the meditation had been a release of physical blockages, opening him up to flow energies which can help others. Since then, he has continued to use and further develop his abilities as he helps people over come and deal with many conditions which negatively affect their lives.
George Visger is our guest tonight, George since retiring from the NFL has become a well known expert on traumatic brain injuries (TBI). In 2010 he founded the Visger group a traumatic brain injury consulting organization. Visger has been featured on NPR, CNN, CBS Evening news, Slate magazine and ESPN's Outside the Lines. He consults directly with Dr. Rich Ellenbogen of the NFL Head,neck and Spine injury group on rule changes to reduce TBI in football. Many of George's suggestions have been implemented by the NFL.