Seizure Disorder & Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a relatively common condition affecting about 1% of the population with 125,000 new diagnoses made annually in the United States alone. Nearly 2.5 million Americans have epilepsy, and about 9% of the general population will have at least one seizure during their lives. Symptoms may include convulsions, staring, muscle spasms, odd feelings, or episodes of impaired consciousness. Seizures that occur more than once are called epilepsy.
Upper Cervical Injuries, Seizures & Epilepsy
Without constant nerve signals from the brain stem into the cerebrum, the brain becomes useless. This can be a critical factor in the development of seizure disorders. Misalignments in the upper cervical spine (neck) can affect the function of the brain stem and trigger an “electrical storm” within the brain that could develop into seizures.
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My girl friend was just diagnosed with Brachial Nauritis and thoracic Strain on her right shoulder.
Kevin Day st. Petersburg, FL
Brachial neuritis and thoracic strain are a fancy way of saying that the muscles in the shoulder are...Read More