April 5, 2013 — In 2006, Francis X. Murphy, DC, chief practitioner of Whole Health Partners in Dallas, made a phenomenal discovery that isolated the cause of frozen shoulder syndrome (FSS) as a neurological disorder.
Since his discovery, Murphy has been researching and developing a complete curriculum on the resolution of the true cause of FSS, dubbed the OTZ Tension Adjustment. He currently travels around the world teaching other chiropractic doctors the OTZ method for the treatment of FSS, and has personally resolved more than 1,000 cases of FSS using the technique.
Murphy’s FSS discovery and implementation of the OTZ Method was immediately shown to have a dramatic effect on a wide variety of other neurological conditions, which were occurring simultaneously in some frozen shoulder patients. It wasn’t long before the connection between the neurological cause of FSS, known as the Hatcher-Murphy Disorder, and neurological based developmental difficulties in children was revealed.
The OTZ Team of doctors, led by Murphy, has been researching and testing the results of using the OTZ Method for the treatment of Hatcher-Murphy Disorder in children for more than two years. The team regularly identifies and reverses this disorder in children with developmental delays such as Autism, Asperger’s, ADD, and ADHD. The preliminary results of Murphy’s findings were recently published in the December 2012 edition of the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine.
The goal of all chiropractors is to correct nerve interference, safely and effectively to make sure the human body is operating at its most efficient state. Also known as vertebral subluxation, chiropractic is the only profession that deals directly with the removal of nerve interference.
Acute conditions can be a result of trauma during childbirth, sports, and accidents. Due to these situations vertebrae can become misaligned and muscle tissue and nerves may be affected. Chiropractic adjustment relieves pressure on nerves, allowing vertebrae to move naturally thereby permitting the body to function normally. The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) has published research and documented that spinal manipulative therapy is safe and successful in treating children of all ages.
Source: Whole Health Partners, wholehealthpartners.com