Newsletter 18-september-2015 Randall Clark
Health is the Natural State at St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center
What if your right shoulder is two inches lower than your left? Some people chronically carry their head off to one side and others may have a leg length difference of unusual dimension causing the spine to compensate with an “s” curve. Evidence of structural imbalance can be seen everywhere when observing mankind in public places.
By necessity at work or from trauma to the body, muscles contract, spasm and hold the bones out of place. Nerve and blood flow constrict and over time there may be irreversible bone wear! Reduced flow negatively affect the body’s ability to maintain its natural state of health. Pain is the usual indicator something is wrong.
Introducing Neurosomatic Therapy
Today, we interview Randy Clark of the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center. Randy tells us that the goal of Neurosomatic Therapy is to put the body back into an aligned structural position where it can adapt to the stresses of life, where it has play and flexibility.
The body has a remarkable ability to adapt to the many things we put it through but that adaptation comes at a cost? Through extensive study of the actions of every muscle in the body and how distortions hold the interrelated systems of bones out of place, the real and basic source of the problem can be found, releasing the system to return to its normal functioning state.
This is no small miracle to people who have lost hope of ever regaining pain free mobility. As Randy Clark would say, “Being healthy is being informed.” Watch this interview and be informed. Many patients at Behn Natural Dentistry understand and have experienced a great deal of relief from this groundbreaking study of structure!
Dr. Ray Behm, DDS