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Carpal Tunnel Pain
With Spinal and Skeletal Awareness, we learn that pain problems in the wrist are reflected in tightness in the shoulders, stiffness in the whole spine, tension in the hips, holding in the chest and throughout the entire self.
Shoulder Pain
Difficulties with shoulder pain need to be considered in reference to the spine. If the vertebrae of the upper spine are twisted, or compressed together, pain can reflect in the shoulder.
Neck Pain
For many people, the neck is an area of considerable trouble either being in pain or stiff. Composed of the smallest of the spinal vertebrae, the neck is one of the most vulnerable areas of our body.

The Key Is In Your Neck And Whole Spine.


The bones of the hand and wrist are susceptible to injury and misalignment. In much of the same way as a person can "throw their back out," the bones of the hand and wrist can do the same.

healing wrist movements Even a fairly small movement of the bones of the hand relative to one another can result in pain and injury. Very often, this can be so small of a change that many trained personnel will not diagnose it.

As in all these situations, Spinal Awareness approaches these problems by looking at the whole body. To improve the hand or wrist, the spine, hips, legs, feet, chest, neck, head, and shoulders have to be moved, and or touched before we can re balance the hand-wrist.

The Whole Body Needs to be Touched and Moved to a New Arrangement Which Permits Improvement.

As in all of these instances, it is essential to not think of our bodies as a series of parts. Only by realizing by our knowledge and direct experience of ourselves that any injury is reflected throughout our bodies can we improve.

The wrist are vulnerable to becoming out of position. Even a slight misalignment can result in pain. By working with the organization of the entire body, it is possible to realign the wrist. This is very sensitive work and should be attempted only by the most gifted individual.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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