⤴︎ SPINAL ‘cervical to lumbar, coccyx’ PROBLEM:


spineSPINAL ‘cervical to lumbar, coccyx’ PROBLEM:

Spine is a two-way conducting system, because it consists both the descending (send the motor impulses from the brain, pericardium to the peripheral nervous); and the ascending (send the sensor impulses from sense organs and body receptor into the brain, pericardium) the nervous tracts. The spine is a very complex structure that is never still, and any slightest movement in the body, affects the spine, including breathing. Our upright posture puts added stress on the neck and the small of the back, which are the commonest sites of backache. Spinal nerves have motor fibers and sensory fibers. The motor fibers innervated certain muscles, while the sensory fibers innervated certain areas of skin. A skin area innervated by the sensory fibers of a single nerve root is known as a dermatome.
Cervical Nerves “C”: (nerves in the neck) supply movement and feeling to the arms, neck and upper trunk.
Thoracic Nerves “T”: (nerves in the upper back) supply the trunk and abdomen.
Lumbar Nerves “L” and Sacral Nerves “S”: (nerves in the lower back) supply the legs, the bladder, bowel and sexual organs.
Traditional theory of TriOrigin states that Qi or vital energy is the animating force behind life for all the diseases as main root cause. It is well said that if one stays in touch with the vital energy, ones life will be healthy in all its phases, be it •BODY •PSYCHOLOGY •NEURO!
Acupuncture, itself is a powerful medicine, which aids in strengthening and improve body’s immune as well as osseous system and serves to prevent diseases, control pain and increases both the ability and qualitative lives of people. It has helped many people who were not successfully treated through conventional western medicine. There is a dramatically improvement in the condition or remedied in full including, SPINAL any problem!
In spine, vertebrates are interlinked with the different organs of the body:
C1: Naao. PINEAL. Head back portion
C2: Hotness. PITUITARY. Various areas of the Head
C3: Heat. THYROID. Side And Front Of The Head
C4: Wind. THYMUS. Upper Back Of The Neck
C5: Humidity. PANCREAS. Middle Of Neck and Upper Part Of Arms
C6: Dryness. ADRENAL. Lower Part Of Neck, Arms, and Elbow.
C7: Coldness. SEX GLANDS. Lower Part Of Arms, Shoulders.
T1: AH-Hotness. HEART. Hand. Wrists. Finger. Thyroid.
T2: UM-Hotness. LUNGS. Heart, its Valves and Coronary Arteries
T3: AH-Heat. SPLEEN. Lungs. Bronchial Tubes. Pleura. Chest.
T4: UM-Heat. PANCREASE. Gall Bladder. Common Duct.
T5: AH-Wind. LIVER. Solar Plexus.
T6: UM-Wind. KIDNEY. Stomach. Mid Back area
T7: AH-Humidity. SMALL INTESTINE. Pancreas. Duodenum.
T8: UM-Humidity. LARGE INTESTINE. Spleen. Lower Mid-Back.
T9: AH-Dryness. STOMACH. Adrenal Glands.
T10: UM-Dryness. DUODENUM. Kidneys.
T11: AH-Coldness. GALL BLADDER. Ureters.
T12: UM-Coldness. BLADDER. Small Intestines. Upper/Lower Back
L1: Heat. NERVOUS. Ileocecal Valve. Large Intestines.
L2: Wind. RESPIRATORY. Appendix. Abdomen. Upper Leg.
L3: Humidity. CIRCULATORY. Sex Organs. Uterus. Bladder. Knee.
L4: Dryness. DIGESTIVE. Prostate Gland. Lower Back.
L5: Coldness. EXCRETORY. Sciatic Nerve. Lower Legs. Ankles. Feet. II.I.IV.V.VI.SACRUM
S1-S5: LOCOMOTOR. SKLETON. MUSCLE. REPRODUCTIVE. Hip Bones. Buttocks. II.IV.VI.COCCYGEAL 1-3: 1.INTEGUMENT SYSTEM (SKIN). 2.SENSE ORGANS. 3.IMMUNE SYSTEM. Rectum. Anus.
 Hotness (skull bones).  Heat (cervical section of spine).  Wind (thoracic section of spine).  Humidity (lumbar section of spine).  Dryness (sacral section of spine).  Coldness (coccyx).
12 vertebrae of thoracic spine connected anatomical with twelve rib pairs. Together with sternum, they protect vitally important internal organs of thoracic and abdominal cavities.
TriOrigin improves in condition of spinal problems, further repairs it, and strengthening the vertebrates. The Nature of problem may be related to any~ be it of Sciatica. Spasm. Atrophy Cerebral. Atrophy Muscles. Cervical. Cervical Stiffness. Cervical Demyelination– lack of sensitivity throughout the body. Lower Back Ache. Lumbar pain. Vertebral Stiffness. Osteo diffuse. Uterine myoma. Degenerative disease. Lumbar. Sacral. Frozen-shoulder.
Even the term loss of pain or temperature sensation can damage the nerve pathways responsible for receiving, transmitting or processing external stimuli. Or inability to urinate or urinary retention, despite having an urge to urinate, can effectively be controlled through the spine itself. Pain in spine or in back may be a result of problems in the bony lumbar spine, discs between vertebrae, ligaments around spine and discs, spinal cord and nerves, muscles of low back, internal organs of the pelvis and abdomen, and skin covering the lumbar area. Pains in upper back can also be a result of disorders of aorta, chest tumors and inflammation of spine or pain in the arm may be because of spine is responsible either way.
Aim is to promote health and ease sufferings. Give a Try! As the process is only on the hands reflect in miniature form of body through the energy channels in compact system, chosen for overall wellbeing with the aim of increasing blood circulation and Qi and calming the nervous system. Indirectly concept is exceptionally safe, as no direct application on organs. Treatment can be tailored to individual’s needs.

https://triorigin.me/ ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’
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19 Replies to “⤴︎ SPINAL ‘cervical to lumbar, coccyx’ PROBLEM:”

  1. My mom in India was in terrible pain from Spinal Sciatica and had thyroid Issues as well. She went to several places and for weeks in a row but did not feel the relief and if she did, it did not last long. Treatment with TriOrigin helped her a lot and for the first time, she is feeling well and continues to get better and fast. Well trained and compassionate staff helped her recover. I would happily recommend triorigin to anyone for nerve related and thyroid issues. Rajneesh C

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  2. Disc dessication is seen at L4-5
    Posterocentral disc tear is seen at L4-5
    Broad based posterior disc bulge is seen at L4-5 &L5S1 with thecal compression
    Broad based posterior disc bulge with posterocentral disc protrusion is seen at l3-4 with left neural compromise & canal stenosis
    No e/o caudal or cranial mygration is seen

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  3. Last year, I diagnosed the problem of spondylosis. Though I was on an early stage but there was no permanent cure for the disease. Then I came to know about the acupuncture treatment and it worked quite well for me. Now I am free from the pain and I don’t have to rely on permanent medication! 🙂

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  4. Muito obrigada pela matéria belíssima, muito interessante. Toda minha Gratidão.
    SPINAL “Cervical a lombar, cóccix

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  5. My brother is 34 yr old. I really need your help. I read and come to know many things about Sujok therapy and it giving miracle result, and for that I need a help.
    AS he met an accident and have spinal cord injury (D5-6). D5-6 disc has displaced causing severe cord compression and cord thinning. Almost all the doctors have recommended immediate surgery except one reputed and experienced spine surgeon in New Delhi.
    On the doctor’s advice, currently he is on bedrest with bedside physiotherapy and medication. I want to know if his injury can be cure with sujok and if yes then please tell me how can this be done. He is on strict bed rest for 6/7 weeks.
    Ashish Saxena

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