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    When we were teaching SMRT in GA, there was girl in class who was having a fair amount of pain in her head and jaw.

    She asked me if I would work on.

    When I put my hands on her head, I knew immediately that there was limited movement in her cranial bones.

    I only had 10, maybe 12 minutes.

    I felt her head, checking for symmetry.

    I found that she had a fairly common problem. Her head was bowing to one side. Her chin and the top of her head were moved right, while the temporal, zygomatic, and proximal parietal bones were moved left.

    Having seen this before, I knew that this could be caused by a misalignment in the sphenobasilar joint. I duplicated the pattern of her head in a three dimensional fashion, paying attention to what the SMRT releases created and following what her head was telling me. I worked quickly, but specifically, until finally, with her partner staring at me waiting for her time on the table, I did a sphenoid decompression.

    The first time, there was little movement. I could have held the decompression for quite a while, but I did not have the time in this quick session. So, I went back to SMRT principles and duplicated what I felt was happening to the joint.

    Instantly movement began. 30 seconds later, I returned to the sphenoid decompression with spectacular results.

    A few minutes after she got up, I was finally able to look at her. She looked like a different person. Her eyes were wide open and alert, her face had plumped up and looked healthy, there was color in her cheeks, and when she smiled, her entire face moved. It was awesome!!

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