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Chronic Pain

Burl Pettibon | June 8, 2017
Injury caused Spinal Displacement Subluxation All spinal displacement problems had to have a beginning. By performing digital analysis of static and motion x-rays on thousands of patients, the author and his... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon | May 31, 2017
UNDERSTANDING WHITE TISSUE, INJURY, REPAIR, AND CHRONIC PAIN Spinal disks and other white tissues have a blood supply up until about the age of 12 when the blood supply begins to atrophy. Once that happens... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon | May 31, 2017
During a physical accident two types of tissues are injured. These tissues are referred to as red tissues and white tissues. Red tissue, or muscles, have a steady blood supply to nourish and remove waste... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon | May 18, 2017
Let’s compare a vehicle frame to a misaligned human skeleton, the spine and its malfunction. Normally in vehicles the thrust angle is the line of the drive-line from the engine to the wheels. It also confirms... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon | May 16, 2017
Published research agrees that an accident, or a series of accidents forcing the head forward, and the cervical spine into kyphosis (backward curve) with rotation, results in stenosis (a narrowing of the space... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Miriam Battson | May 29, 2015
After posting Nutritional Factors for successful rehabilitation, we have received requests for how to make the Salt Solution (Sole). Using a glass jar (with lid), place 1-3 teaspoons of granulated Himalayan... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon, DC | May 27, 2015
Kapandji states that “the aging discs that are not rehabilitated on a daily basis lose their internal fluid content and pressure.” Further, “the un-rehabilitated aging annulus loses tension and its self-... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon, DC | May 18, 2015
Your separate body systems work together synergistically, coordinating millions of tasks and functions every day. What you eat greatly influences your body’s ability to function well. The foods that you... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon, DC | May 18, 2015
During the developmental years of the human body there is a steady supply of blood that brings nourishment to and waste products from the intervertebral disc. At some point, during early adolescence the blood... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain
Burl Pettibon, DC | May 13, 2015
Loss of musculoskeletal spinal form and function is caused by sudden applied external mechanical forces, and/or cumulative forces (force over time). Both kinds of injuries cause inflammation with four... Read More...
Categories: Chronic Pain