The underdiagnosis and treatment of Craniocervical junction disorders are experienced worldwide, in both private and public healthcare systems today. We will explore this phenomenon through the use of two primary sources; a review of current literature available on the subject and direct patient feedback I collected through interviews conducted in writing with people who have been diagnosed with Chiari and craniocervical instability (CCI), also known as Occipitoatlantialaxial Hypermobility.
In this post, we discuss the work of Dr. Kendal Stewart about common neurological symptoms which are actually related to deficiencies of diet, such as sensory overload, tremors, brain fog, mood swings and more. These deficiencies have many causes, but only one treatment, which we discuss in detail.
This post is an update on my neurology consult, discussed here: Recovery is My Full-time Job Anymore it seems every time I go in for a consult with a specialist, I’m in for a real mind-fuck. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, I am consulting with neurologists J. It took me several days to process … Continue reading Neuro Consult=Mind Blown