Andras Kovacs-Magyar’s massage technic
We call it Druid Massage

Do you have back pain , spinal problem ? Scoliosis , discus hernia ? Can you live togother with the pain? If NO, the solution is Druid Massage!

In this video you can see how Andras can cure the scoliosis.


                    Druid Massage...

 

          Its essence is using special techniques,and the mechanic strength of the hand to heal.Istvan3 Hands have always played an important role in healing throughout the history of mankind. The history of Druid massage is approximately five thousand years old, according to evidence from the past. Techniques that are used to readjust the cervical vertebra can be found in ancient Egyptian literature. Most famous doctors of the Middle Ages combined the pulling of the spinal column with turning the vertebrae. Among Hungarians, the Taltosok used this special series of movements. Later, until the 1400’s, countless convents cured without operation. The monks could cure many musculoskeletal disorders this way.

        In America, there are two schools, Palmer University and Taylor University, where they teach chiropractic, and many people graduate annually. In fact, some health insurance companies in America offer insured people a free chiropractic treatment every three month. The insured can go to a chiropractor to have his neck, feet or lower back readjusted, and the company pays for it. Why? Because the health insurance companies know very well that many internal problems can be prevented if the vertebrae are in the right place. Every vertebra has a nerve going to an internal organ, e.g.:from the second thoracic vertebra to the heart, from the third to the lungs, from the first, second and third cervicalvertebrae to the tongue, ears, eyes, gums etc. Hence one of the causes of chronic diseases is the deformation of the vertebrae. Most diseases are multifactorial. The way of naturopathy is to put these factors in order, and try to eliminate them, because there are enough factors that are harmful even without these. Thus, one of these important problems is the sickness of the spinal column.            An important part of the therapy is the hip-pushing-squeezing massage. Mr Masayuki, one of Japans most well-known spine therapists translated it to everyday language, and learned this science in China. In China, Kung-fu can only be thought, if the students have already learned the science of putting back and healing bones. Among these fighting healing techniques, there was the putting back of the sacrum. More precisely not only the vertebrae of the spinal column has to be readjusted, but the joints of the sacrum also. Without this, results are only temporary. The complaints will resurface after some time. Mr Masayuki realized, that if for same reason the sacrum dislocates, than this dislocation is followed by the vertebrae, because the spinal column has to be perpendicular to the hip bone. People try to correct this problem with their posture, that is why the spinal column bends. It does not matter how many chiropractors straighten it out, after while it will bend again, because the spinal column has to be perpendicular to the sacrum. Hence, the primary reason for scoliosis and the musculoskeletal disorders that develop because of it is the dislocation of the sacrum. The most important result of Mr Masayuki’s work is a technique, using which the sacrum can be readjusted. If the spinal column is straightened out after this technique, the complaints will not return even after one or two years. It is easy to discover whether the dislocation of the sacrum causes the scoliosis for a specific person. While the patient is lying on his stomach, it has to be observed whether his legs seem to be the same length. If it seems like one of the legs is one to one and a half centimeters shorter, it is likely that are the same length, but because of the dislocation of the sacrum one is at a higher point.

       Ist    If the hip bone is readjusted, the problems will go away at once. Written down like this, the problem may seem simple, and hence the solution may seem simple also, however, my experience shows, that the hip bones of most people are dislocated. Furthermore, we see extreme cases almost daily, that prove that unfortunately even specialists do not know these matters, today, worldwide. These problems can be treated in few minutes and the procedure is absolutely painless. It is recommended to repeat the treatment two or three times. A hip bone that has been dislocated for many years cannot be readjusted easily. If an expert readjust the bones the muscles accustomed to the dislocation will pull them back. A kind of game starts: we readjust them, the muscles pull them back, fortunately by the third time the muscles lose their bad reflex. The bones can be readjusted almost painlessly using all we have learned from our teacher Kovacs Magyar Andras.                      Our experience has showed that most patient’s hip bone are dislocated, sometimes they just do not realize it. Normally both legs are the same length, and the two sides of the hip bone are the same level. Both legs are equally strong, and the muscles are soft if at rest. From the viewpoint of healing, the condition of the muscles around the joints is very important. If the muscles are tense and stiff, the required manipulation cannot be done. The stiff muscles around the spine or hip bone keep them dislocated. This is when foulage, acupuncture, and bioenergetic treatment are used. Only the person who has no dislocation can keep his system is balance. The degree of scoliosis for most people is 2-3 centimeters. Unfortunately, 4 or even 6-centimeter curves are not rare either. Many people ask, why dislocations are so dangerous. Because then the body is under an asymmetric burden. Illusztracio. There are many interesting outside signs that indicate this. The experienced eye can often detect scoliosis from the way the face is aligned. Unfortunately the asymmetry appears here also. With the right side dislocation for example, the left side of the face is visibly stiffer. The same way, the deformation can be seen on the hands also. The hand on the healthy side is much more flexible, it opens more than the other. It is an interesting observation, that with a left side dislocation, the patient usually puts his pants on the left leg first, and takes them off from the right leg first. When casually standing, he stands on his healthy leg, and uses the same leg for the first step. In this case the left leg becomes stronger while the right leg becomes spasmodic. The right side becomes more vulnerable to disease. Same of these diseases are: the illness of the right shoulder, back, hip and knee joint, furthermore liver and digestive system disorders, and diarrhea. On the other hand, cardiac diseases are not likely. It is an interesting observation also, that the digestive system functions correctly with skinny people. Parents use to think that child will grow out of scoliosis. He has to exercise more. Despite the fact, that the dislocation of the spine, and hip bone is the disorder that people are less likely to grow out of. Unfortunately, it is the same problem with the different exercises. No one doubts the positive effect of exercise on our body, it is only that in most cases, the work put on the body will make things worse. We have also seen that the curving of the spine does not stop with time, it continues, and this is when it takes up the shape of an “s”. In this case, the digestive system recovers, appetite increases, and the patient gains weight. The left lung becomes smaller than the right, as a consequence of the deformation of the spine, the patient will catch cold more easily, and he will be more vulnerable to cardiac diseases. Both legs become tiresome, and the weight of the body shifts from one leg to the other more often. In this condition, the person will be more vulnerable to any disease, and problems, and problems occur on both sides. The development of heart-disease and hepatopathia, furthermore the alternation of diarrhea and constipation have to be counted on also. The most important task of the new, modern method is to readjust the dislocated hip bone, because if the foundation is not perfect, the whole building may collapse. Many have inquired about an age limit above or bellow which manual therapy cannot be used. The dislocated hip bone can be readjusted at any age. One or two sessions might be enough for young people, while other people – depending on the condition of their muscles – may need 3-4 sessions. In case of decalcification it is absolutely not recommended. Even the back pains of pregnant mothers can be cured, until child-birth. Furthermore the relaxing of the muscles of the pelvis and the hip makes the widening of the pelvis easier, and hence makes birth easier. An important aspect of Druid massage is that we always treat the whole body, and work all the joints. Our opinion is that only the harmony of all the bones of the body can lead to recovery. Istvan2 After readjusting bones, many times the patient feels worse temporarily. This is the time to discover which organs are weak. After continuing the treatment the complaints will go away. One great advantage of spinal massage is that it can be used alongside other techniques, and it can complement regular medicine. It should not be overlooked either, that contrary to using drugs to cure, this method has no side effects whatsoever. What diseases can the deformation of the spine can cause? The mechanism by which the condition of the spine has an effect on our organs is very interesting and very complex. Arising from the biological make up of the human body, this effect extends to all parts, so there no one disease that does not benefit from the deformation of the spine. Fortunately in most cases, when the harmony of the spine and the joints is set back, accompanying diseases disappear also. One that treats the spine, treats the whole body. In the following, we will describe the specific diseases that develop most often as a result of dislocation or deformation of specific vertebrae. This is also the basis for the spine diagnosis.

1st Cervical vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply for the spinal cord, blood supply of the spinal cord, blood supply of the head, hypothesis, scalp, cheek-bones, brain, upper- and middle-ears, autonomic and parasympathetic nervous system. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 1st vertebra: Headache, migraine, sleeplessness, hypertension, psychic diseases, nervous breakdown, loss of memory, chronic tiredness, dizziness.

2nd Cervical vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply of the spinal cord, eyes, optic nerve, acoustic nerve, facial cavity, temple, tongue, forehead. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 2ndvertebra: Allergies, inflammation of the accessory cavity, erysipelas, eye diseases, ear aches, fainting.

3rd Cervical vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply of the spinal cord, face, auricle, cheek bones, teeth, trigeminal nerve. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 3rd vertebra: Neuralgia, neuritis, facial skin diseases, eczema.

4th Cervical vertebra Responsible for: neck, spinal cord, nose, teeth, mouth, pharyngotympanic tube. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 4th vertebra: Pollinosis, trachitis, hearing disorder, adenitis.

5th Cervical vertebra

Responsible for: nerve supply, vocal cords, glands of the neck, larynx. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 5th vertebra: Angina, hoarseness, soar throat.

6th Cervical vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply, muscles around the neck, shoulders, tonsils. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 6th vertebra: Stiffness of the neck, upper stomach ache, tonsillitis, coughing seizures.

7th Cervical vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply, thyroid gland, elbows, shoulders. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 7th vertebra: Thyroid gland diseases, cold, inflammation of the bursa.

1st Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: arms, lower arms, wrists, oesophagus, trachea. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 1st thoracic vertebra: asthma, coughing, uneasy inhalation.

2nd Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: heart, cardiac muscle, cardiac valves, cardio-vascular system. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 2nd thoracic vertebra: cardiac troubles, thoracic pains.

3rd Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply, lungs, bronchia, breast, thorax, costal pleura The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 3rd thoracic vertebra:: bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, pleurisy, haemostasis, hyperaemia, flu

4th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply, gall-bladder, gall-duct. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 4th thoracic vertebra: gall-bladder problems, icterus, herpes-zoster. 5th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: liver The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 5th thoracic vertebra: liver diseases, fever, hypotension, anaemia, circulatory disorders

6th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: stomach The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 6th thoracic vertebra: gastralgia, heartburn, indigestion.

7th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply, pancreas, duodenum. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 7th thoracic vertebra: diabetes, ulcer, gastritis.

8th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: spleen, diaphragm The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 8th thoracic vertebra: hiccups, decreases the defenses of the body.

9th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 9th thoracic vertebra: allergies, eczema.

10th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: kidneys The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 10th thoracic vertebra: kidney diseases, chronic fatigue, nephritis, pyelitis.

11th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: kidneys, urinary tract The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 11th thoracic vertebra: dermatitis, eczema, pemphigus.

12th Thoracic vertebra Responsible for: small intestine, oviduct, lymphatic gland. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 12th thoracic vertebra: rheumatism, gas, infertility.

1st Lumbal vertebra Responsible for: large intestine, loins The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 1st lumbal vertebra: constipation, colitis, dysentery, diarrhea, hernia

2nd Lumbal vertebra Responsible for: appendix, abdominal wall, thigh The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 2nd lumbal vertebra: appendicitis, contracture, uneasy inhalation, acidosis, phlebitis.

3rd Lumbal vertebra Responsible for: genitals, bladder, knees The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 3rd lumbal vertebra: bladder complaints, menorrhalgia, miscarriage, nocturnal enuresis, climax complaints, knee problems.

4th Lumbal vertebra Responsible for: prostate, muscles of the lower back, hip. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 4th lumbal vertebra: lumbago, painful and frequent urination.

5th Lumbal vertebra Responsible for: lower legs, ankles, feet. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 5th lumbal vertebra: circulation disorder in the legs, swollen ankles, flat-feet, leg fatigue, leg cramps.

1st Sacral vertebra Responsible for: nerve supply for the sacrum, hip, arse. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 1st sacral vertebra: dislocated hip, spinal curvature

2nd Sacral vertebra Responsible for: coccyx, anus. The most common diseases that develop because of the deformations of the 2nd sacral vertebra: hemorrhoids, pruritus, coccyx problems


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