Upper Cervical Therapy
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Interview with Dr. med. Gabriele Hauenstein

Interview with Dr. Gabriele Hauenstein with respect to upper cervical therapy. The interview was conducted on 4/18/2010.

D.B.: „Ok, Dr. Hauenstein, I would like to know how you came to know about the regulation of the upper cervicals and which effects you hope to obtain from that therapy and, of course, what has alread been acquired in clinical respects.“

G.H.: „I came to know the Upper Cervicals Therapy, Regulation, Centration – as we did also name it before – three years ago: I got acquainted with Mr. Picard and at first  informed myself about the ensuing physiological processes and then decided to have that treatment, in order to gain my own experiences. I noticed very astounding effects immediately but also in the long term and thus I quite spontaneously decided to work with Mr. Picard on that therapy, to develop that therapy  and also to make it wellknown and applicable in the medical world.

Of course, it is quite important to collect clinical experiences with such an innovative therapy, document therapeutic effects and observe their long-term consequences.

Another quite important aspect for me was to find out an explanation of the phenomenon triggered by that treatment, that is, the anatomical foundation of the therapeutic effects. That was an important step that we went to the Anatomical Institute of the University of Göttingen and collaborated with a professor of anatomy in order to advance step by step concerning the interpretation of that treatment method.

Concerning the effects of that therapy, we have meanwhile long-term results with patients with chronic pains, chronic headache patients, patients with vertigo, with muscle tenseness, symptoms in the vertebral column in all of the three zones, disorder of the tuba auditiva, which completely disappeared, especially the different types of head-aches are certainly an important reason for applying the upper cervical therapy."

G.H.: „Don't mention it.“