Respiratory Procedure Description

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Use after Kidney Move if using both. Not generally done together.
Note:
As with the Kidney Procedure the Respiratory Procedure begins after
Move 10 of the WBB.


Addresses:

• A must for head shakers either allergenic or muscular-skeletal. Perform before Lymphatic work to release congestion in sinus and lungs and through the lymphatic system.
• Wobblers syndrome especially Moves 1 and 2 of RP, as can be an area of trauma in Wobblers.
• Contains the emergency Move for shock and diaphragm release
• Subluxations of the thoracic spine
• Atrophy of the withers
• Can aid with Move 9 and 11 for extension in shoulders
• Heart and Kidney problems may respond to this
• Affects stomach – trapezius is the reflex muscle for stomach. Move 2 in RP is indicated in sluggish digestion
• Stomach problems, acid in the gut
• Addresses general tightening in the shoulders and loss of free scapular action
• Loss of power through the shoulders, mobility, coordination and extension of front end.
• These may show up as hind end problems
• Problems from falls, knocks and resulting in subluxations in wither area.
• Helpful for dogs that use harnesses for walks, impinging on the scapula
• Moves 1 and 2 of RP will help with acute abdomen and digestive problems
• Bronchitis, asthma
• Breathing distress
• Used effectively immediately after anesthesia
• Move 5 of RP – respiratory arrest
• Birth traumas

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