A Leg Check-Q&A # 75


Why choose a short leg as the/a criteria for vertebral subluxation? Isn’t that so mechanistic as make it worthless?

  1. Can a person be “in balance” and still have a short leg?
  2. Can a person be “out of balance” and not have a short leg?
  3. Can a short leg be caused by something beside being “in or out of balance”
  4. Does balance have anything to do with the presence or absence of vertebral subluxation? Isn’t that the weighing the pig criteria? 5. Can there be balance in spite of a vertebral subluxation?

6. Why don’t we just get two bathroom scales, have the PM stand on it and if the weight on each scale is even, they are in balance hence no vertebral subluxation

Be Sociable, Share!
Posted in: Thinking Straight

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *