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  1. I have been reading about dysautonomia since my daughter was first diagnosed in May. This is a wonderful site and the information was very helpful as we performed many tests and experimented with different medicines. I did not post here to sell a product or service. I am an engineer working with a fiber optic cable company. I have no ties to any chiropractor or any related equipment or services. I posted the information on the equipment because I think that it is important to know exactly what was used. It was not a jerking, snapping, cracking, or massaging used in the treatment. There
  2. Here is a link to information on the Pro-Adjuster that is being used on my daughter. It also explains the education requirements for chiropractors and helps to address some of the misconceptions of today's chiropractor. http://www.proadjusterlifestyle.com
  3. Thank you for your reply. I was extremely skeptical of seeing a chiropractor and had similar concerns. We had been to Children Levine Hospital, Sanger Clinic in Charlotte NC, and Duke Medical Center. We had been told that there was little hope of a cure and that various medicines to control the symptoms was the only course of action. After seeing my daughter's life dramatically changing for the worse, it seemed that a visit to a chiropractor was a small risk. It was evident from the x-ray that the C1 and C2 were out of alignment. The technology used in the 80's and the technology today a
  4. Fainting was only one of her symptoms. Prior to fainting she typically experienced severe dizziness, complained that her head was very hot (it was not hot to the touch). and her heart would pound out of her chest (over 180 bpm). After her fainting, she would have headaches that would last up to an hour. This typocally occurred while she was standing and almost every time that she attempted to do any physical activity, especially in a hot/stuffy environment. These symptoms were also similar in the other girl that lived in our community.
  5. My daughter, 15 years old, was diagnosed with dysautonomia in May of 2008. She played sports and was in great physical condition before starting to have fainting episodes. We visited family doctors, neurologists, and cardiologists. We tried many tests including MRI, Tilt Table, Epilepsy Monitoring, EEG, EKG, Blood Work, etc. We were placed on many medicines including fludrocortisone, zolof, and mididrone. Nothing was working and the symtpoms continued to get worse through November. She was having 3 to 5 episodes per day, some that were very severe. In late November we visited a chriop
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