Blood Pressure & Vision Changes

05/22/2008

Female patient in her 50s enters office with BP of 170/110 and heart palpitations 3-4 times an hour. She is scheduled for an ankle surgery and has knee pain from previous surgeries. She reports not sleeping well and has a lot of stress. She receives her first Advanced BioStructural Correction™ treatment.

05/23/2008

Patient reports BP at 130/77 and only one heart palpitation in the last 24 hours. She has not taken her cholesterol or BP medication in 2 days. She wants to cancel her ankle surgery as she reports no pain in her ankle or in her knee. She also reports feeling very good and she slept great last night.

05/26/2008

Patient reports no heart palpitations, blood pressure remains normal, ankle pain is gone – she is overall amazed at her results.

Vision Changes

Patient enters office with gray peripheral vision in both eyes and double vision in one eye. He has visited 2 eye doctors and 3 neurologists/neurosurgeons. His forward head position is 20 degrees in front of his shoulder. Advanced BioStructural Correction™ protocol started.

Visit #1: Head comes back to 1-2 degrees forward.

Visit #2: Gray peripheral vision is gone, double vision remains.

Visit #3: Double Vision is gone.

Prior chiropractic care was once a month for the last 5 years on/off with no changes in vision. ABC™ care is different, legally we can not say better!

From Dr. Jeff Clark, Portland ME

 

Patient enters office with gray peripheral vision in both eyes and double vision in one eye. He has visited 2 eye doctors and 3 neurologists/neurosurgeons. His forward head position is 20 degrees in front of his shoulder.

Visit #1: Head comes back to 1-2 degrees forward.

Visit #2: Gray peripheral vision is gone, double vision remains.

Visit #3: Double Vision is gone.

Prior chiropractic care was once a month for the last 5 years on/off with no changes in vision. ABC™ care is different, legally we can not say better!