A mental-emotional profile is an evaluation based on standing and seated, front and side view, full spine X-rays.
We measure over 40 measurements and each measurement adds to our understanding of the patient’s mental-emotional stress profile. When my Dad started these mental-emotional profiles back in the early1970s, he began with a breakdown of the four different spinal curvatures. He measured spines that were deviating to the left, right, backward and forward. Over the years, we have been able to correlate the connection between the intact spine and human behavior. Each measurement tells a story. And an identical measurement in two different patients tells a very similar story.
While we primarily use the mental-emotional profile to deal with severe psychosomatic issues, mental-emotional behavioral patterns, degenerative disease conditions and injury cases.
People ask if we have to take full spinal X-rays on every patient to gain awareness of their underlying mental-emotional stress issues? The answer is that pain in the body and short leg deficiency will reveal specific information about what specific stressors are taking place within a person’s life.
Left-sided pain indicates male-related injury and hurt
- Right-sided pain indicates female-related injury and hurt
- Lower back pain indicates a person who takes their hurt internally
- Headaches indicate a person who is mentally hypercritical of self, which often means they have a parent who is or was very critical of them
Continuing to evaluate pain patterns and different disease conditions is very exciting. By finding these patterns, we are able to give people greater awareness and clarity so that they can transform their health and life.
Each measurement allows us to help people understand which emotions are theirs and which emotions are inherited from a previous generation.
Is it possible to read a persons personality or emotional history by an analysis of their spinal alignment and posture? Although from a superficial standpoint it may seem obvious that a depressed person would carry himself differently than a happy one, we have found that a radiographic spine/posture analysis can reveal stresses that correlate to emotional trauma, deep-seated personality characteristics, inherited trauma and relationship issues.