Taking On Neck problem

 So now when we recheck these leg lengths, we see that they’re actually even because we’ve taken that problem off the neck. Here we see that the leg is shorter on the left. Turn your head to the right. And it’s still shorter on the left. Turn your head to the left. And now it’s completely even. After you figured it out, when she turned her head to the right, it kind of stay uneven, but when she turned her head to the left, it went level. So you understand that her body is corrected in this rotation. So we’re going to do is we’re going to take and feel the side of the neck on this right side, pushing it to her left, or you find a restriction right there. Do you feel that? How does that feel? It just tenders and the muscle tension on this whole side is really bound up and tight. And on this right side, it’s kind of relaxed. So we’re seeing that this muscle spasm on the left side is pulling this bird road back to the right. And so when she turns it to the left, it’s trying to alleviate that problem. But when I push on it, it’s pretty stuck and she feels that it’s a little bit of pain and discomfort line up in there. Now when we recheck these leg lengths, we see that they’re actually even because we’ve taken that problem off the neck.

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