We’ve been treating more and more patients who present with Parkinsonian-type signs and symptoms. The interesting thing about this is that they all have such different presentations and fascial drag maps. There are so many parts of the body that can influence what is happening in the brain and so often (and is the case with our most recent 3 patients like this) the brain MRI is clear. One patient presents with a fascial drag map with a huge pancreas and circulatory shock piece (artist, issues could be from toxic art materials); she’s already showing phenomenal changes in gait, energy level and eye motor (go Maureen!.) We evaluated a gentleman this week who has a similar and yet completely different presentation/fascial drag map. His fascial drag map goes to his lumbar spine, and he also has a huge circulatory shock piece. He also has history of facial trauma to the nose as a child, which also may in play, due to the dural mechanics of the nose area, which are hugely impactful to the brain. We are looking forward to seeing how quickly we can see changes. The reason we treat with manual therapy, specifically Integrative Manual Therapy, is that it’s the only treatment approach I have ever seen that can actually change tone….