TWiV 603: Cloudy with a chance of coronavirus

Daniel Griffin provides his weekly update on the COVID-19 clinical situation, followed by results of seroprevalence studies, analysis of CpG dinucleotide frequencies in the SARS-CoV-2 genome, and answers to listener questions.

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  • Trisha Price 19 April 2020, 8:39 pm

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    I saw Dr Wier in Nov regarding Cranioceevical Instability who thought this might be causing my symptoms- immense constant widespread pain, seizing, spasming, high grade fevers, breathing and swallowing difficulties, eyesight black outs .. Ivw had to learn how to manage my own neuromuscular activations, musculoskeletal realignments and vagus nerve activation to keep myself breathing and avoid dislocations because the hospital couldnt help me.

    Ive shared it hoping what i learned from 8 years in clinical Sports Therapy, and the last 6 years becoming severly disabled with no answers as to why .. Despite heamtology, immunology, rheumatology, neurology investigating Myeloma for paraprotinemia they diacovered.

    I sustained an injury to my cervical and thoracic spine in 2013. Later that year developed severe abdominal pain, hands starded cramping anytime i engaged them. Then uooer arm weakness meant i coukdnt lift mt arms. Then i couldnt syabalise my neck .. Then the cramping and spasming spread to my whole body. Took me 9 months to onsteuct my partner on what to do to get my hands firing again so I could do the rest. Ive been bringing mt body back from fullt siezing everyday since.

    I have a stable monochlonal gammapothy of IgG, IgA & IgM. Fibro, ME/CFS, paraprotinemia.

    Videos were posted about a month ago on my personal Facebook page. Ill upload more tomorrow to demonstrate vagus nerve activation and manual trigger point therapy and soft tissue release of diaphragm.

    The serratus anterior and posterior muscles, when siezing act as a vice on the ribcage restricitng diaphram function, breathing and lung function.

    Every time I was admitted for breathing difficulties they would see o2 delivery decreasing & lactic acid increasing because of the siezing (brainstem compression causing motor dysfunction) but couldnt help.

    These techniques have kept me alive, livinf independently, honestly if they can help someone else struggling to breathe please share them ..

    I think you’re all incredible. Keep it up xo

  • Trisha Price 19 April 2020, 8:44 pm

    Please see my facebook for hands on myofascial release and trigger point therapy videos to improve cerebral bloodflow, stabalise cervical spine, eleviate brainstem compression issues burdening the PONS & Thalamus causing the possible thalamic strokes.

    I saw Dr Wier in Nov regarding Craniocervical Instability who thought this might be causing my symptoms- immense constant widespread pain, seizing, spasming, high grade fevers, breathing and swallowing difficulties, eyesight black outs .. Ive had to learn how to manage my own neuromuscular activations, musculoskeletal realignments and vagus nerve activation to keep myself breathing and avoid dislocations because the hospital couldnt help me.

    Ive shared it hoping what i learned from 8 years in clinical Sports Therapy, and the last 6 years becoming severly disabled with no answers as to why .. Despite heamtology, immunology, rheumatology, neurology investigating Myeloma for paraprotinemia they diacovered.

    I sustained an injury to my cervical and thoracic spine in 2013. Later that year developed severe abdominal pain, hands starded cramping anytime i engaged them. Then upper arm weakness meant i couldnt lift my arms. Then i couldnt stabalise my neck .. Then the cramping and spasming spread to my whole body. Took me 9 months to instruct my ex partner on what to do to get my hands firing again so I could do the rest. Ive been bringing my body back from fully siezing everyday since.

    I have a stable monochlonal gammapothy of IgG, IgA & IgM. Fibro, ME/CFS, paraprotinemia.

    Videos were posted about a month ago on my personal Facebook page. Ill upload more tomorrow to demonstrate vagus nerve activation and manual trigger point therapy and soft tissue release of diaphragm.

    The serratus anterior and posterior muscles, when siezing act as a vice on the ribcage restricitng diaphram function, breathing and lung function.

    Every time I was admitted for breathing difficulties they would see o2 delivery decreasing & lactic acid increasing because of the siezing (brainstem compression causing motor dysfunction) but couldnt help.

    These techniques have kept me alive, living independently, honestly if they can help someone else struggling to breathe please share them ..

    I think you’re all incredible. Keep it up xo