Tic Disorder / Tourette Syndrome

Tic disorder and Tourette’s Syndrome are considered to be caused by imbalance of  the TMJ, leading to subluxation of the upper cervical vertebrae as well as abnormality of the brain-nervous system.

Imbalance of the TMJ induces distortion of the Sphenoid bone, which in turn causes errors in the brain-nerve system including abnormality in the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid. This then triggers abnormality in neurotransmitters, which will generate an interference signal that eventually gives rise to tics and/or Tourette’s Syndrome*.

*Tourette’s Syndrome is diagnosed when both motor and phonic tics are present for more than one year.



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