– Just why I always have
the gas in my stomach. I can’t sleep, and I sleep
only 2 hour, 3 hour, I wake up. Always like that. ‘Cause why? And then, now I must come
to call you help me fix my– – So you mentioned after you wake up two to three hours, then
what do you do afterwards? – I must go to the restroom, pee. And then come back again. Come back. But I can’t sleep because
I have the gas inside. – Okay. – And then I think I sleep in
the back, turn, turn, turn. After, I think, what, five to ten minutes and then, yeah, I can bring up the gas. – Okay. – Yeah that’s why I can sleep again. – Got it. – And then, two, three
hour, wake up again. – So it happens every two to three hours? – Yeah, yeah, yeah.
– Got it. – So, let everyone know, how
long has this been going on? – Oh, already seven to
eight years like that. – The sleeping issues
every two to three hours? – Yeah, every two to three hours. – And you mentioned, how long, when did you first notice this problem? – How long?
– Yeah. – For thirty year.
– Three zero? – Yeah, three zero year. – Thirty years.
– Thirty year, yeah. – So, let people know about what happens when you start drinking? – I drink the beer, so many, but I cannot– – Burp?
– Burp, yeah. Until now. Until now I cannot burp. And then, until now I
cannot (croaking). I can’t. – So, in other words, since the
past thirty something years, unable to burp at all. – Right, right. – So we’re gonna start
connecting the dots why that is. – Yeah, right. – Well there are spots over here, okay? And over here, okay,
this is the constipation. So because of all this constipation, gas keeps on going up the intestines. So it looks like over here. It’s like we explained over here. So all the constipation
been going on over here and then kept on going
up all of the intestines. And because on you, now we
know what the x-ray looks like, okay, that’s completely
closed, that’s working fine. But because this gate is
completely wide open, okay, that’s all the gas going– – [Patient] Going back. – Right, go up.
– Go up. – And since this is working,
that’s why it traps. So all the gas goes up here. So that’s why you can’t burp. Because this is working fine, it’s closed. But this is not. It’s supposed to be closed but it’s not so all the
gas goes right back up. So another way to explain it, you know, it’s like that toilet
that doesn’t work right? Sometimes the sewer gas
comes right back up, right? Same problem here, okay? So, this is supposed to
be closed and it’s not. – [Patient] Now why happen
this already closed? – It’s supposed to be
closed, right, but it’s not. – [Patient] Already
Open. Wide open, right? – Right, it’s wide open because the nerve that goes through this, the
gastric sphincter, not working. So, since the gastric
sphincter is wide open all the gas from the intestines, all from your belly goes right
up into here, fills up, okay? So that’s why we gotta
find the nerve problem and close that sphincter, alright? – Alright, very good. – ‘Cause this is the evidence right here. This whole entire thing, right here, this is your stomach gas. That’s how big it is. – Oh, you can see. Oh yeah. – Right. This is not a
small one, this is huge. – Huge. – Okay? So, in x-ray analysis
we call this a megablas. So all the air, all
the gas in your stomach all because this gastric
sphincter is wide open, okay? We have to close it. Alright. We’ll start off on instrumentation and what we’re look for is any
differences in temperature. See that right there? So we’ve
got something right there. The next part we’re gonna
do is, side of our patient, looking for any presence of any swelling or any tight muscles,
anything of that nature. I see something very chronic
over here. Right here. There’s a lot of swelling
in this part over here. Muscles are very tight.
More so on the left side. Go over and straight down and we also feel this nice little bump
over here as well, okay? There’s a lot of swelling. Right between the fifth lumbar
and the sacrum over here. Muscle tightness on the left
side versus the right side. So we’ve got something going on here. We’re gonna pay attention to
these two spots over here. Do you have pain here? – [Patient] No. – [Chiropractor] Right there. – [Patient] Little bit. – [Chiropractor] A little bit, right? In this x-ray structural
analysis we’ve identified two structural abnormalities
we need to correct. The fifth lumbar and the
sixth dorsal vertebraes. Now, because there’s nerve obstruction at the fifth lumbar nerve, it did not allow the large
intestines to function properly. As a result there was an
increased barrel of bowel gas. Now, due to the sixth
dorsal nerve obstruction it did not allow the gastric sphincter, or more precisely the pyloric sphincter, which is the bottom part
of the stomach, to close. So since it’s wide open, all these bowel gases kept on flowing all the way upwards in
to the stomach itself. So this is what we call a megablas, okay? So the solution is correct
the sixth dorsal over here, restore the nerve function
to the pyloric sphincter, allow that to close up tight, and also the fifth lumbar nerve, restore that nerve function so it can reduce the constipation and also reduce the bowel gas. And how do you like that? That’s better. So, tell everyone again, so what does it feel like
right now after the adjustment? – Now I feel the stomach is move. Feel comfortable now. Yeah. – Okay, so let’s touch
base on the next visit. Let me know how you’re sleeping, okay? – Okay. – Okay, so fill me in, how are
things since the last visit? – Now it’s the stomach it’s feel better. No more too much gas.
– Good. – Just right in here, little bit for me. – Good. – And then sleep I think is normally, I think not is stomach, but
now, no more problem stomach. – So what’s your sleep like? Because you mentioned
before you kept on waking up every two to three hours. How’s it now?
– Yeah, now it’s not. – You sleep straight?
– Yes. No more problem. – How do you like that, huh?
– Yeah, yeah.