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Friday, September 4, 2015

C1 and C2 Atlantoaxial Instability, Starecta, and Press On Veeners

Atlas subluxation puts pressure on the brain stem and meningeal compression throwing one's autonomic nervous system into sympathetic mode.

Like pain the back of the head, and occasional occipital neuralgia.  Also due to atlas not staying stable, and lack of dental height and/or missing teeth which causes the skull to sink compressing the cervicals.  And also C1 and C2 Atlantoaxial Instability sub-occipital pain due to lax capsular ligaments.  Also facet joints tend to get stuck open at C7-T1.  Thought about prolotherapy for the ligaments, and a bite block (Starecta Method) to keep the back of the skull sinking. The irritating LOUD sound of cracking, crunching and snapping of cervical crepitation that is LOUDER than any subwoofer ever thought about being

The constant spasm involved is involuntary muscle guarding as the muscles brace to protect the cervical spinal cord from injury.  That also causes constant inflammation and irratation, causing the cervical stenosis aka meningeal adhesions, thsu causing further meningeal compression.

Therapies I've done is Atlas Upper Cervical, Advanced BioStructural Corrrection (ABC) and Neurocranial Restructuring (NCR).  My posture is much better, hardly any forward head posture, and facial symmetry is much improved, but I still have the atlas instability and sinking skull problem due to the teeth problem.  Can't grow 3rd set of teeth to make up for the problems in the back, so the bite block (Starecta) seems to be a must in my particular case.  Prolotherapy with PRP stem cells (derived from MY OWN blood marrow) would work to strengthen the lax capsular ligaments, since I feel like my C-1 and C-2 are not tracking together.  And the organic sulfur will help with strengthing of ligaments, joints, etc... according to the Cellular Matrix Study.

Okay, here is a side view of moi, immediately after an ABC adjustment.
Notice how my head is up, and shoulders are back, back straight.
So as I said, my posture is much better.
The ABC chiropractor said to find out if the bite block (Starecta) is for a compensation or a Primary Biomechanic Pathology (PBP).  ABC teaches us to fix only primaries, and not compensations, because primaries can NOT self correct and compensations CAN when primaries are corrected.  I would say a sinking skull itself would be a compesation in a way, because it's a result of short teeth and/or missing back teeth.  So the short teeth/missing teeth would be a primary, since a third set of teeth can not be grown, thus not being able to SELF CORRECT as per ABC teachings.  Just like forward vertebrae can't self correct because there is no muscle in the back of each one to pull it back into place.

It's a cluster-fuck up there.

Human bodies are fundamentally FLAWED and inferior.  What the hell happened to all of us really?

Published on 25 Sep 2013
Atlantoaxial instability, or upper cervical instability (C1 - C2) is explained by Ross Hauser, MD in this 3D animation. To correct the underlying instability, the use of Prolotherapy, a regenerative injection therapy, can help a person obtain the ligament repair needed to eliminate pain and associated symptoms of upper cervical instability. If you would like to learn more about our Comprehensive Prolotherapy treatments and the numerous painful head and neck conditions that we specialize in, please visit us at and tell us more about your case. We would be happy to see you here for Prolotherapy. Thank you for watching!

Sinking skull due to lack of dental height and/or missing back teeth...

This is what a sinking skull looks like, with teeth that are too short or not extruded enough.
The same problem happens with missing back teeth as well,and probably worse.
LOOK at how the back (occiput) is compressing on the atlas.  Occipital neuraligia anyone?

You can easily see how the meninges would be compressed, and the nerve roots be compressed.
Photo courtesty of 

With a description explanation of what is happening.
Photo courtesy of Starecta.

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Uploaded on 29 Feb 2012
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Lumineers for individual teeth

Now I have to win the lottery to finish fixing a fucked up meatsack.  I rate a high 10 in the land of maintenance.

I pray that Loren Zanier will read this, as I would LOVE the opportunity to use his BioUltraGen.

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