Structural Joint Balancing (SJB) is an energy base assessment system for balancing the structure and significantly helps to decrease pain, rehabilitate injuries, improve sports performance and to calm the limbic system. With this technique the primary focus is to locate the dysfunction in the system of humans or animals causing them symptoms that are not optimal for health and wellness. Cranial bones, major joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, organs and our emotions can be out of sync and need to be corrected for balance. When our human system is not balanced, one can experience some minor to major symptoms leading to pain, injury, range of motion issues, emotional issue and much more.
Unbalanced Cranial Bones Symptoms
Here is a list of symptoms one could experience from a major cranial bone being unbalanced: headaches, migraines, neck pain, back pain, sensory issues (vision, hearing, tough, speech, taste.and smell), endocrine ad hormonal (thyroid, adrenals, reproductive organs) allergies, sinus’s, TMJ (jaw issues), learning disabilities, reading problems, ADHA, personality disorders, OCD, emotional imbalances, memory issues, depression, anxiety, tremors, tics, tinnitus, scoliosis, insomnia, sleep disturbances and neuromuscular imbalances.
Structures Effected by Structural Joint Balancing
This method for structural joint balancing affects the following structures: brain, fascia, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, vascular system, micro vascular, gut, gi tract, feet, hormones, endocrine system, lymph, periosteum, organs, skin, hair, mucus, metabolism, emotions, chakras, auras, energy (chi), meridians, acupuncture alarm points, reflexes, primitive reflexes and Chapman points.
PTPS is know to often incorporate NeuroKinetic Therapy with SJB dues to the fact that we do not want to leave out any root cause dysfunction of the structure. Combining the two assessment systems of SJB and NKT with Neuro based therapies, provides us with greater accurate results and lasting relief.
This is a no homework based protocol.