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Sleep Posture


If a patient regularly sleeps in the prone position which points would you treat?

I was recently asked this question and with no known pathology or disharmony I was/am perplexed as to what points would be the most relative and benefical.


Nothing. While this may not be the best sleeping posture as it may inhibit breathing slightly, it&#39s not an issue so long as they are not developing breathing problems. But as with all cases you treat the persons pattern using appropriate diagnostic tools, not their symptomology. Along with that - everyone- has a pattern - there is no one who has "no known pathology or disharmony".

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