Dallas Chiropractor Dr. Francis Murphy Cultivates Progressive New Chiropractic Treatment

Dr. Murphy founded OTZ Health Education Systems, which teaches chiropractic techniques that seem to reverse many developmental delays in children.

Dallas, TX, August 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- In 2006 Dr. Francis X. Murphy, chief practitioner of Whole Health Partners in Dallas, made a extraordinary discovery which isolated the true cause of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS) as a neurological disorder. Since his discovery, Dr. Murphy has been researching and developing a complete curriculum on the resolution of the true cause of FSS, dubbed the OTZ Tension Adjustment. He currently travels around the world teaching other licensed chiropractors the occipital-atlanto adjustment for the treatment of FSS, and has personally resolved over 1000 cases of FSS using the technique.

Dr. Murphy founded OTZ to train licensed chiropractors in the evaluation and care to improve nervous system function via the correction of occipital-atlanto subluxation. This subluxation pattern shows a dysfunction of the tissues involving the brainstem. When this manifestation is corrected in children, it seems to have an immediate impact on multiple disorders and behaviors including ADD, AD/HD, Autism and developmental delays.

OTZ has previously hosted seminars in the US, UK, Paris and Brazil, with the most recent taking place in Philadelphia, PA in July. “Every Chiropractor must take this seminar!” says Dr. Nanette Jarmain of New York City. She continues, “This technique is the most effective technique I have witnessed in 17 years of practice and the neurology clearly supports the technique. This seminar will change my health, the health of my family and patients and will change the health and well-being of America!”

Dr. Bryan Redpath of Capilano Chiropractic Clinic in Edmonton says, “This technique is a game changer. This has been one of the most impressive seminars I have attended in my 37 years of practice.”

For more information on Dr. Murphy, Whole Health Partners or the OTZ Method, please call 214.368.3030.
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