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ID 24782
Title Improvement of a functional movement disorder in a patient receiving Network Spinal Analysis and Somato Respiratory Integration care: A case report
URL https://vertebralsubluxation.sharepoint.com/Pages/2015_1367_nsasri.aspx
Journal Ann Vert Sublux Res. 2015 Spring;2015(2):Online access only p 26-33
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Publication Type Case Report
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Introduction: A 36 year-old female presented to a wellness based chiropractic clinic suffering from uncontrollable hyperkinesia, featuring myoclonic jerks and tics. A neurologist made the diagnosis of a functional (nonorganic) movement disorder and referred the patient to a psychiatrist for treatment of a suspected psychogenic movement disorder. She chose not to see a psychiatrist and instead began chiropractic care.

Methods: Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) and Somato Respiratory Integration (SRI) care was delivered over a period of twenty weeks. The patient was evaluated for indicators of Adverse Mechanical Cord Tension (AMCT), including vertebral subluxation and spinal defense patterns, according to the NSA protocol. Spinal and neural integrity (SNI) was assessed through static and motion palpation, postural and neurological assessments, and surface electromyography.

Results: Significant improvements in SNI were achieved, as were other wellness based outcomes of NSA and SRI care as reported by the patient. These improvements coincided with the steady improvement of all signs and symptoms of a FMD, with a complete resolution of all hyperkinetic movement, myoclonic jerks, and tics by 20 weeks of care.

Conclusion: NSA and SRI care was found to be of promise for restoring neurological function in a patient with a FMD. The findings in this case could support further research into the relationships between SNI, vertebral subluxation, and FMD’s.

Author keywords: Chiropractic, Network Spinal Analysis, Somato-Respiratory Integration, functional movement disorder, spinal and neural integrity, vertebral subluxation

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