ANIMAL NORMALIZATION THERAPY
Osteopathic Case Studies
Case studies provide the treatment process and results using osteopathic techniques
The "Aha's"During the course, someone will comment that they have a patient with the exact
symptoms explained in class, but hasn't been responding well to their treatment.
Now they have some ideas of what to do differently.
Here are some their "Aha's" and the course they were taking:
kidneys. Aha: Maybe the sphenoid is sheared.
(When the spenoid is sheared, it puts stress on the cranial nerves, ears, and pituitary.)
Aha: Get it off gluten, do cranio-sacral work, and check vagus nerve.
months. Veterinary diagnosis was possible elbow dysplasia, although radiographs
showed no evidence. The owner tried acupuncture and massage before bringing the
pup to Tania. The glide and slide of the radius/ulna were stuck and used functional
indirect to unwind the bones. After one session there was 30% improvement. The
second session included a vascular protocol with heart roll with 90% improvement,
and no recurrence after last session.
Aha: Realizing that perhaps elbow dysplasia can be prevented by eliminating
restrictive barriers before they become a problem.