Edmonton, Canada, June 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- One-To-Zero (OTZ) Health Education Systems, founded by internationally renowned chiropractor Dr. Francis X. Murphy, will return to Canada June 1 – 2 to host a seminar in conjunction with Edmonton Chiropractic Society teaching occipital-atlanto analysis and diversified adjusting, also known as the OTZ Method. OTZ has previously hosted seminars in Toronto, the US, UK, Paris, Rome and Brazil.
OTZ trains chiropractors in the evaluation and care to improve nervous system function via the correction of occipital-atlanto subluxation. This subluxation pattern, known as Hatcher-Murphy Subluxation (HMS), shows manifestation or dysfunction of the tissues involving the brainstem, the vagal nerve or cranial nerve 10 and the spinal accessory nerve or cranial nerve 11. When this occipital-atlanto manifestation is corrected, it seems to have an immediate impact on multiple disorders and behaviors.
Manifestation of HMS in children can result in an Autism, Asperger’s, ADD or ADHD diagnosis, along with many other behavioral and developmental disorders. HMS in adults can show through Migraines, Insomnia, Bell’s palsy, Tic disorders and many other illnesses.
The OTZ acronym represents binary code, and symbolizes turning “the switch” in a patients neurological system on, from its previously held off position, in the remedy of HMS. According to Dr. Murphy, the reason he started OTZ Health Education Systems was to “Train more doctors to resolve what could be six to nine million HMS cases in the United States alone.” Dr. Murphy adds, “My staff and I have successfully applied the OTZ Method to more than 1000 patients in my Dallas clinic. We regularly see patients from all over the United States and many other countries. This effective treatment can be and must be more broadly available, and that’s why OTZ is here.”
OTZ Health Education Systems regularly holds events and seminars around the world. The team will be presenting in conjunction with The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) in July and will be returning to Edmonton in September. His research findings were also recently published in the December 2012 Edition of The Journal of Chiropractic Medicine.
For more information on Dr. Murphy, The OTZ Method and Frozen Shoulder Syndrome, please call 214.368.3030.