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Is there a reason for a specific tic?

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Is it possible that muscular tics reflect a “weakness” in the area of the tic? I have not seen anything written yet related to this, but it just occurred to me that my son has tics in the neck / shoulder area and that his atlas bone (C1)was displaced. It was recently put back in place, but we are continuing the visits to the Chiropractor and it is a sensitive area. Kendrick “twirls” and the electro-dermal screening we did found that his cells weren’t rotating in the right direction. He has eye tics and when I give him an herbal eye rinse for a few days, they disappear.  We are also currently trying to boost his immune system, and, overall his tics have diminished.  Is it possible that there are general tics and then tics that are due to a specific problem/weakness? If true, can we “cure “the problem areas and thus diminish that amount of tics significantly?

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September 1, 2011 at 9:54 am

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