Infertility and menstrual problems. A 31-year-old female presented to the office with a chief complaint of upper back and neck tension and migraine headaches. Her history revealed that she had a 3-year history of infertility, menstrual pain, heavy bleeding and cycles frequently lasting two weeks in duration.
A full chiropractic evaluation including radiography, thermography, surface electromyography and heart rate variability was utilized to locate her vertebral subluxations.
Chiropractic adjustments were given to the subluxations. After her first adjustment the patient reported normal menstruation and following eight adjustments the patient reported she had conceived. (1)
(1)Borkhuis S & Crowell M. Resolution of infertility in a 31-year-old female undergoing chiropractic care for the reduction of vertebral subluxation: a case report. Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health – Chiropractic. 2013;4:78-83.
I couldn’t sit in a chair with my head up and my feet on the floor without pain for more than an hour. I would also get very tired and I wasn’t sleeping well.
Thanks to Dr. Horning’s treatment I can be in a chair all day – without pain. My sleep is more regular and my energy level is much better.
I first came to Dr. Horning in a wheelchair suffering from a rare neurological disorder which left me weak, wracked with pain, and paralyzed from the waist down.
I had been in and out of the hospital for several months and had consulted with 3 neurologists, but no one could offer me any help.
The only treatment was to prescribe pain pills which caused terrible side effects.
I finally gave up on mainstream medicine and decided to consult with Dr. Horning.
After the very first visit I noticed major improvement.
I continued to see him on a regular basis and after about 2 months I was able to get out of my wheelchair and start using a walker.
Within 6 months, I was able to walk without any assistance, but best of all, my pain was gone!
I still can’t figure out what Dr. Horning does or how it works, but I can attest to the fact that his treatments are truly miraculous.
I continue to see him on a maintenance regime and I never fail to walk away from his office feeling stronger and better.
Q: How can I tell if my children or spouse need chiropractic care?
A: Chiropractic corrects nerve system stress caused by an unbalanced body structure. Some forms of stress are very subtle and others are easier to locate. Here are some easy ways of telling if there is a structural imbalance:
· As they face you are their shoulders level? Are their hips level?
· Do you see more space between their body and their arm on one side or is it equal?
· When you look at them from the side is one arm in front of the other?
· When they walk are both feet facing forward or is one foot turned in or out?
· Can they turn their head more to one side than the other?
· Nursing infants: Do they only prefer to nurse on one side?
· Toddlers: Are they using both legs equally to crawl?
· Overall health: Are they sickly? Getting lots of colds?
· When they lie down, does one leg appear longer than the other?
There are other ways of telling. One is that if they have a spine, a nervous system and are alive they need to have their body checked for subluxations. That means everybody!!
Please come to the office and we’ll show you how we determine the presence of subluxations.
Call for an appointment: 856-778-8688
For the last six years, the Australian Department of Health and Ageing has compared in its annual influenza statistics those vaccinated vs. unvaccinated.
The difference? Pretty much the same amount of people get the flu whether they were vaccinated or not. This finding is nothing new. The European Cochrane Collaboration study came to the conclusion that flu shots are useless for the flu. (1) However neither study recorded toxic reactions to the shot which can be severe and which the non-vaccinated would, of course, never get.
How dangerous is the flu? The Australian Health Department recorded 28 “flu-related” deaths out of 24 million people. No pediatric (under 16 years age) deaths were reported the past three years. Not a very dangerous disease and our guess is that many people who died from “flu related” illnesses did not have the flu but an “influenza-like illness” ( ILI ).
Did you know that in 2010 flu-shot toxic reactions sent hundreds of Australian children to hospitals (including one death and one permanent coma) resulting in a national cancellation of the flu shot for kids? Why wasn’t this reported in the American media?
Happily more informed American parents are rejecting flu shots for their kids, and themselves, and will tell their pediatricians and the US FDA and CDC to keep their poisons. The more people who do this, the better.
1- Jefferson T, Pietrantonj CD, Rivetti A et al. The Cochrane Collaboration (Wiley publication). Vaccines for preventing influenza in healthy adults. Published Online: 7 July 2010. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD001269.pub4
Chiropractic was accidentally discovered in 1895 in Davenport , Iowa . From one man in Davenport, Iowa it has spread throughout the world and has brought health, healing and wholeness to millions of sick and suffering humanity.
This natural, drug-free approach to health is sorely needed in this world of drugs and surgery.
Please help us help others; friends don’t let friends suffer.
Vitamin D may dramatically improve fertility
Exposure to sunlight boosts fertility in both men and women by increasing their levels of vitamin D
Vitamin D impacts fertility on multiple levels, including boosting levels of progesterone and estrogen in women, which may help regulate menstrual cycles and improve your likelihood of conceiving naturally
In men, vitamin D is essential for the healthy development of the nucleus of the sperm cell, improves semen quality and sperm count, and is capable of supporting healthy testosterone levels
Vitamin D deficiency is currently at epidemic proportions in the United States and many other regions around the world, so if you’re struggling with infertility make sure you optimize your vitamin D levels Source: The Daily Mail January 20, 2012 European Journal of Endocrinology January 24, 2012