Vertebrae therapy according to Mr. Dorn

    The spine has not only a structural function in the body, but also a protective function in regard to the spinal cord. Between each vertebra, there are little holes through which nerves extend. Those little holes are narrowed when vertebrae are dislocated or blocked. As a result, the patient experiences pain, dysfunction and tissue degeneration, not only in the back, but also over the entire organism.

    Vertebrae therapy according to Dorn is a simple, harmless, but still very effective method to correct dislocated vertebrae and create the basis for a straight spine and, consequently, a healthy body.

    The most important requirement for a straight spine is an absolutely horizontal pelvis. Most people seem to have two legs of equal length. But upon closer inspection, one out of two patients has legs with a length variation of up to 3 centimeters. Most of the time this is caused by a partly luxated hip joint, sometimes it is caused by a subluxated knee or ankle. With a very simple technique which uses the lever action of the thigh bone during stretching, the hip joint is guided gently all the way back into its socket, thereby setting the pelvis in a horizontal position.

    In the next step, the therapist travels along the spine with his or her thumbs, feeling each individual verterbra and checking for irregularities in position from left to right. To correct the position of the deviated vertebra, the patient swings his leg (or arm or head, depending on the location of the disalligned vertebra) while the therapist gently guides the vertebra to the correct position.

     Vertebrae therapy according to Dorn requires very low exertion, so there is no danger of dislocating vertebrae or causing other injuries, even in patients with mild osteoporosis.

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