arm shaking, feels as though my entire body is fizzing,
thought I had a brain tumour. MRI and CT scans clear. T4 syndrome diagnosed, (pinched
nerves where they exit the spine at Thoracic vertebra T4). MRI and CT scans clear.
Inverted coccyx gave problems during childbirth.
moves at each session.
mandibular joint (jaw) rebalanced, Sacrum, with knee and sacrum again, Kidneys.
(She may have received some additional relief if the coccyx moves could have been
Response to treatment.
treatments, I noticed a problem over the sacrum region and she admitted to having
an inverted coccyx, which altered the approach to her condition. (There are four
pages of notes, but only a brief synopsis is given here.
fine. Restless sleep patterns, but the pins and needles have gone for the last
two nights. No longer the bitter taste in the mouth. Back fine, no problems.
Wilson - Bowen Therapy Case Histories.
diagnosis given has been as advised to the patient by either their GP or
other medical practitioner.