It’s not always what you think it is. In fact, it’s RARELY coming from where you think it is.
Think about that for a minute.
You have pain in the hip. Well, it MUST be coming from the hip, right?
One of the most common sources of chronic pain, or other dysfunction in the body comes from the cranium. Those 22 bones of the skull that many doctors will tell you don’t move.
Well, they do.
And that motion is vital for life. If I was forced to pick just one area of the body to work on in my office, it would definitely be the skull. No questions asked.
Without a proper functioning cranial rhythm, the rest of the body has no chance of working correctly.
I made the following video with one of my patients who came in with hip pain. Correcting his cranium may not be the entire answer to his problem, but it is certainly a big part of it.