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Published on Feb 16, 2012
Dallas Hancock of Hancock CranioSomatic Institute http://www.hancockclinic.com/index.html is at the Oakworks facility discussing the utilization of manual muscle testing, techniques of applied kinesiology, and other evaluations to demonstrate common patterns of chronic musculoskeletal dysfunction. These patterns can be perpetuating patients' symptoms like headaches, TMJ disorders, sciatic pain, and many other complaints. One pattern, which includes a chronic pelvic torsion and a functional 'short leg', appears to share many characteristics of the Category I & II sacroiliac disorders described in Sacro Occipital Technique. http://www.massagetables.com/ Dr. Hancock is a Chiropractic Physician who specializes in cranial techniques. He has maintained his private practice in Tampa, Florida since 1976. Through years of clinical practice he has identified many frequently-occurring neuromuscular and postural patterns that are present in a large proportion of his patients. These compensatory patterns appear to be secondary to chronic cranial patterns. Dr. Hancock has developed effective, long-lasting cranial treatment procedures that release the primary cranial patterns, eliminate the related secondary neuromuscular compensatory patterns, and result in pain relief, improved posture, and better muscle function throughout the body.