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Recurring ear infections in children may be related to spinal nerve interference from a vertebral subluxation stemming from physical trauma.

Recurring ear infections in children may be related to spinal nerve interference from a vertebral subluxation stemming from physical trauma.

A physical intervention or other trauma during birth could be a factor in children’s ear infections, one authority believes.

Recurring ear infections in children may be related to spinal nerve interference from a vertebral subluxation stemming from physical trauma, according to Gottfried Gutmann, M.D., one of Europe’s most prominent researchers.

Dr. Guttman’s research demonstrated that blocked nerve impulses can contribute to lowered resistance to infection. Difficult vaginal or obstetric interventions (forceps, vacuum extraction or Cesarean) often disrupt the integrity of the delicate infant spinal column, altering the function of the nerve fibers emanating from the upper cervical spine. These interventions play a critical role in the mucous secretion in the middle ear and Eustachian tube.

Reporting on a study of over 1000 infants and children, Dr. Guttman found increased susceptibility to infection of the ear, nose and throat is one of the most common consequences of upper cervical (neck)   problems.   Dr. Guttman contends that the spinal mechanics of a newborn should be evaluated after every difficult birth.

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