Seat Belt Injury

seat belt1My experience suggests that about half the adult population are walking around with this condition. A whiplashed neck, an adhesion across the chest with subluxed ribs, a tipped pelvis and the right seat bone tipped inward.
Modern cars are phenomenally safe from the point of view of saving your life. People routinely walk away from wrecks in which thirty years ago they would have died. But to assume they are uninjured simply because they show no immediate symptoms of serious damage is both normal and ridiculous.

A modern car’s brakes are so efficient that the car decelerates immediately on application of the break but the seat belt allows several inches of movement before causing an instantaneous deceleration.  In this distance the passengers are travelling fifteen miles an hour faster than the car, which  causes a seat belt injury at any speed as it is an instantaneous deceleration by fifteen miles an hour. So it matters not a bit whether the car is travelling at fifteen MPH to stop or thirty MPH to fifteen, sixty to forty five, or eighty to sixty five everyone in it hits their seat belt at fifteen miles an hour. Everyone then has a seat belt injury with four problems that need correcting and most commonly there was no accident, the brakes worked so well that the accident was avoided. No-one feels injured at the time and, possibly apart from as a good fright, no one is going to remember the incident a month later.
The seat belt allows you to fly forward 6 cm., – 2 ins. in old money, but then it stops you dead, the force of this blow whiplashes the neck and will tip the pelvis because of the single floor anchor point being just beside it on one side but the two anchor points being so far apart on the other; it displaces ribs at their joints with the sternum and between the cartilage rib and the bone rib. This just feels like heavy bruising and settles down in a week or two, but unless the ribs have been realigned an adhesion forms beneath them into the lung. Also the seat bones move with the right one being tipped inward.
So if you have had to break hard or have been in a car that has, you need to Visit Your Therapist, Preferably Me

Should the air bag inflate it hits the face and upper torso with enough force to displace these same joints in the chest and also to move bones in the face. They are designed to stop a 6ft 2in rugby player weighing seventeen stone sitting far from the wheel with those great long powerful arms and legs. Imagine what it does to a 5 foot, 7 stone girl sitting on top of the explosion. She doesn’t even have time to let go the wheel so her arms are distended holding this huge bag and her head is forced sideways and back.
So between the brakes, the seat belt and the air bag lives are saved but there are several injuries that are not even looked for let alone found by mainstream medicine and these if left alone will cause problems, quite possibly severe, five to ten years later.
Are you wondering how to correct all these problems and how long will it take. Contact me to have a full explanation of how to correct this problem, to correct takes one twenty minute session if I see it within a fortnight of it happening and is hugely variable in time to correct after only a few months of happening.

Adhesions

Adhesions can be caused by any deep cut or blow so are often caused by seat belts and operations.
Simply an adhesion is where two tissues are sticking together when they should not.
That sticking may initially be stuck as with treacle however if they do not separate again within a few months the treacle becomes more and more crystalline, as damp sugar. Given much more time the crystals start to become fibrous and gradually connect so fibres grow through the crystalline lump turning it into tissue.
The crystallised fluid stage lasts a long time and it easily to reverts to fluid. If this is done it often solves the associated problems.
Google images will provide hundreds of photos and drawings of adhesions but interestingly none show the crystallised stage, this has always been washed away to show the fibres.adh2
Cutting the fibres may appear to solve the problem but have they considered that once they have washed away the crystallised lump they may have done all that is needed. I even have the audacity to think they might not have needed to cut the patient open at vast expense and a simple vibration of the crystals would have broken them down sufficiently for the body to resolve the problem with no invasive surgery.
Depending on where the adhesion is its effects vary enormously. So, as here with Seat Belt Injury, the adhesion is in the lungs and restricting breathing, luckily we have a vast lung capacity and most of us rarely use it., for this reason it generally goes unremarked. 
In the abdomen it my interfere with the digestive system restricting and causing irritable bowel syndrome.
In much the same way the fallopian tubes are susceptible to pressure from a ‘block’ of crystallised fluids which then may grow fine filaments of tissue round and through them virtually closing them and preventing the transit of eggs. Whilst it is still crystallised the Adhesions can be reduced markedly by manual ‘rolling’ and mechanical vibration allowing the free flow of fluids which further dissolve the crystals.
Once properly started this process is highly successful as it is self sustaining; slowly but steadily cleaning all the crystallised fluids. As few as two sessions is often enough to kick start this process, thereafter it is self sustaining. Though it does nothing about any fine filaments without the weight and bulk of the crystals any small filaments are probably no problem.