|Adam sleeping though an egg-rolling demonstration|
on the shoulder pocket below the clavicle
Well, we're back from Montreal ABR (Advanced Biomechanical Rehabilitation) and our latest evaluation and training! Actually, we've been back for two weeks and we have finally integrated the exercises into our continuing bodywork with Adam. Leonid, via video evaluation, noted that Adam's upper back is straightening and our work on his pelvic platform is shifting his pelvis into the proper position. His vertebral column is demonstrating a higher degree of flexibility. When sitting, if he is allowed to tip to the side, his butt (can't think of a technical term for ass) stays flat on the chair and no longer tilts and follows the spinal column as if it was fused. This vertebral flexibility is allowing him to sit more comfortably.
|The lateral neck super-soft ball rolling exercise.|
Remember, Phil, do not roll on the SCM as Fehim
emphasized numerous times because its painful for the kid.
Additionally, we have applications in the lateral thoracic area (L1 thru L5) and across the lower lumbar area. Working on his lower back will hopefully strengthen the fascia in this area and straighten the lower spine. We are now up to 3-5 hours a day of ABR and finally decided to vacation one day a week.
|Placement of "egg" on the platform|
behind the mastoid.
|Egg-rolling on the lower lumbar (L1-L5)|
The same team is researching epilepsy which is unresponsive to medical management.
|Neuronal sensor (size of a baby aspirin)|