Advanced Cranial Sacral: Lesion Patterns

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Advanced Cranial Sacral: Lesion Patterns
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2014-05-20 22:30:07
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Lesion patterns
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  1. Flexion Lesion
    The sphenoid moves easier into flexion than into extension.
  2. Extension Lesion
    The sphenoid moves easier into extension than into flexion.
  3. Torsion Lesion
    One greater wing moves easier superior than the other side.
  4. Side Bending Lesion
    One greater wing moves farther anterior than the other side.
  5. Lateral Strain Lesion
    The sphenoid is sitting lateral to the occipital bone at the sphenobasilar joint.
  6. Vertical Strain Lesion
    The sphenoid is sitting superior or inferior to the occipital bone.
  7. Accompanying symptoms: flexion lesion
    • dull headaches
    • sinusitis
    • low back pain
  8. Accompanying symptoms: extension lesion
    • migraines
    • moody
    • often refuse treatment
    • seeks aloneness
  9. Accompanying symptoms: torsion lesion
    • tend to spinal scoliosis
    • head, neck, and lumbar pain
    • motor problems of eyes
    • dyslexia
  10. Accompanying symptoms: side bending lesion
    • more severe symptoms
    • mild personality change
    • hypermobile C1-C3
    • ambivalence
  11. Accompanying symptoms: lateral strain lesion
    • severe chronic pain
    • eye, motor, and visual dysfunction
    • learning disabilities
    • personality disorders
    • cluster headaches
  12. Accompanying symptoms: vertical strain lesion
    • severe chronic pain
    • eye, motor, and visual dysfunction
    • learning disabilities
    • personality disorders
    • cluster headaches
    • manic depression
    • schizophrenia

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