④当所の施術により身体を真っ直ぐにする！！（これが肝心！！(>_ _ _ _ <)) 身体の歪みを根本から治すことが出来る礒谷療法ベースの整体院 杉並・西荻窪 小金井 鴨下療法所
Is there a habit of spreading a document or paper on a desk and tilting the paper when writing something? (The same applies when reading a book)
There are many right-handed people, and the fact that Japanese characters are written in a slightly upward direction has a great effect, but there are other causes for this.
It is related to body strain! !!
For your convenience, I think that you can understand by holding the pen in your right hand and protruding your right shoulder extremely forward.
Isn’t it difficult to write straight paper with this?
Therefore, I want to place it diagonally so that the right side of the paper is raised to make the body and the paper at right angles.
Then, why does the right shoulder stick forward?
This will be clear if you look at the law of body distortion due to fascia connection discovered by Professor Isogai 70 years ago.
As you can see from the figure, when the left leg is long and the left pelvis is in a high position, the right shoulder is pulled forward and comes out.
This is also known in the medical community as “the body reflex of the internal organs” “people with pain in the right shoulder have trouble with the digestive system”, but in the study of the fascia by anatomy such as anatomy train, the outside of the left leg and the right shoulder I think you can prove the connection on the front side.
If you understand the cause right here, you can naturally see the correct remedy.
In other words, the reason why the paper is placed diagonally on the desk is because the left pelvis is high…
When sitting on a chair, look at the left and sit so that your weight will be applied to the left. ‥
② Put something like a towel folded under the right hip to level the pelvis.
③ Put a plow and pull your right shoulder back
④ Make the body straight by the treatment of our hospital! !! (This is the key point!!(>_ _ _ _ <)) Isogai therapy based manipulative clinic that can cure body distortion from the bottom Suginami/Nishi-Ogikubo Koganei Kamoshita Therapy Center