To follow up on what I was posting about yesterday:
I recently had a patient who was having balance issues, most noticeably in yoga class. In child's pose, she would fall over to the side and in warrior pose, her body wanted to twist. In fact her body wants to twist when she's just standing still.
Using the powerful assessment tool of NeuroKinetic Therapy, I discovered that the posterior portion of her pelvic floor was dysfunctional and was involved in her twisting.
As I showed yesterday, the pelvic floor is part of the intrinsic core, which helps create stability in the body.
I didn't have to do acupuncture on her pelvic floor directly, because in Chinese medicine, we have a map of systems which Western medicine is barely becoming aware of.