Physical Observations


PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
LIVING THINGS THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

Weak immune system: asthma, allergies, infections.
Shallow difficult breathing.
Poor digestion, food and/or chemical sensitivities.
Cesarean section birth.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) diagnosis or Gastrointestinal (GI) problems
Sexual Dysfunction
Does the body look imbalanced between the upper and lower halves?

PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
ANIMAL LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

Difficulty with balance or coordination
Weak grasp – grasps with fingers instead of the whole hand.
A tendency to be pulled back or hyperextended
A tendency to collapse or lean forward. (Asymmetries front/back)
Toe walking.
A tendency to be cross-eyed.
Overweight
Headaches/Migraines at base of the skull.

PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
VERTEBRATE LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

Difficulty with visual tracking and convergence.
Weak grasp – grasps with fingers instead of the whole hand.
Muscle tone too weak or tight
A tendency to collapse or lean forward. (Asymmetries front/back)
Tight fists and jaw.
Difficulty with sucking/eating/swallowing.
Plantar Fasciitis or Bunions
Headaches/Migraines in the forehead, or behind eyes.

PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
MAMMAL LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS

Scoliosis diagnosis.
Significant muscle tone or mass asymmetries between the left/right sides of the body.
Tight fists and jaw.
Headaches/Migraines on sides of the head.

PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR CORRELATIONS TO:
PRIMATE LAYER THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS


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