MARCH 25, 2022
 Are you also seeing Sympathetic Dominant Patterns?
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Earlier this week, the question was asked, “Has anyone had T1, T6, and T12 show up in the same visit?  I’ve had that a few times recently.  It almost feels like those areas are connected (like resetting their whole thoracic region), as opposed to completely separate primary patterns.  Wondering if anyone else has noticed?”
As opposed to looking at this structurally and as a dorsal spine reset, it makes more sense to me to see this as a SYMPATHETIC DOMINANT PATTERN of distortion.
Why we’re starting to see this pattern may indicate nervous systems moving from almost continuous fight or flee over the past 2 years to a state of nervous system exhaustion. And, while there certainly may be physical and chemical stresses at the root of this, my hypothesis is that these patterns are more likely to be a product of relentless emotional stress.
If this is making sense to you, whether you are seeing this in practice or not yet, jump into the conversation I had with Dr. Dan about this…

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