The Dislocated Brain: Innovation in Traumatic Brain Injury and Irrigation

The Dislocated Brain: Innovation in Traumatic Brain Injury and Irrigation

The Dislocated Brain: Innovation in Traumatic Brain Injury and Irrigation

The Dislocated Brain: Innovation in Traumatic Brain Injury and Irrigation


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The Dislocated Brain presents the innovative protocols of cranio fascial dynamics (CFD). CFD addresses traumatic brain injury and physically attempts to reverse traumatic distortion and the subsequent failure of brain drainage, thereby reinstating normal physiological function. CFD deals with the 'central brain core components' that make up the intricate neurological pathways that service all aspects of brain function. It includes: the understanding of early (from day 16 to day 23) embryological development of the 'primitive streak' (brain and spinal cord); the development of 'mesenchyme', which is the future fascial covering that encapsulates every part and component of the body; the ventricular system (producing cerebrospinal fluid), supported by the retrieving and processing components as listed above. CFD shows the hierarchical importance of these structures in human development. These areas are fundamental to normal brain function, namely, the retrieval, processing and dissemination of neurological information. Traumatic brain injury torques the spinal cord and the brainstem (the 'central brain core component'), and therefore disturbs the homeostasis of normal retrieval, processing and distribution of neurological information through the now distorted and corrupt neurological pathway system. This is the first primary deficit to neurological imbalance, which I call 'the dislocated brain'. The effect of torque on the neurological pathways is not unlike the buildup of scale in water pipes, gradually depositing 'fur' and reducing the flow of water. Similarly, in the brain this torque will inhibit the normal retrieval, processing and dissemination of neurological information. The purpose of this book is to give the reader the physiology and the understanding of the reinstatement of the 'central brain core component' by the removal of the central brain core component torque, which is the deepseated ultimate 'subluxation'. The body and brain are now in a position to accept the numerous techniques that aid in the recovery of the neurological deficits, visceral changes and extremity distortions with far more effective outcomes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781999329563
Publisher: Shakspeare Services Ltd
Publication date: 02/07/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 446
Sales rank: 841,282
File size: 108 MB
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About the Author

Jonathan Howat was born in 1947 in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. His chiropractic career started in 1970 after he graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic Medicine. He emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1984 where he became involved in teaching SOT (sacra-occipital technique). Along with Drs Nelson and Cameron DeCamp, and having taken all the relevant exams and received his Diplomate in Craniopathy in 1985, Jonathan formed SOTO Europe, a sister organisation to SORSI (USA), PAAC (Japan), SOTO Australia/Asia. SOTO Europe now teaches over 400 chiropractors. Jonathan Howat's Oxford Chiropractic Clinic in Headington, Oxford, became a showcase for SOT. In 2004, received a revelation by The Lord in a dream, showing an internal view of a distorted mouth and its correction, giving him an immediate insight into how the cranium and brain really worked, with the sphenoid being the central bone of the skull and the key to the cranium and all the cranial fascia that controlled the internal brain components. For too long, he felt, science had based its learning of the body segmentally, rather than systemically, leaving the student with no way of understanding the intricacies of brain physiology. He decided to take this concept forward and called it 'Cranial Fascial Dynamics (CFD)' and spent many years developing the hypothesis and model into an entirely different application of understanding how the brain develops from the embryological principles and reversing the fascial distortions that occur through trauma. The Howat Protocols of Cranial Fascial Dynamics were formed in 2019 to teach practitioners how to recognise and identify the fascial torque component, how to reduce it as much as possible, and how to allow the body's inherent recuperative powers to re-establish normal physiological function, within its own capability.
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