Case Study - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
A 50 year old female visited the practice, presenting with a niggling intermittent shoulder pain, that never goes away, and is worse when lifting any object in her hand.
She also experiences pain on the outside of her left leg, coming from her glutes and also suffers from ITB (this occurs when the ligament that runs down the outside of the thigh from the hip to the shin, is tight or inflamed).
She suffers from Chronic Fatique and complains of feeling depleted, lacking energy, feeling tired, anxious, poor sleep, finds it difficult to exercise to the level she used to 12 months ago, and is conscious of neglecting the kids/family and feeling depressed.
Examination of the Cranial system found that several of the cranial vaults were dysfunctional Treatment: involved resetting the Cranial system, which alleviated many of the Chronic Fatique Symptoms and the patients life is back on track.