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A Yes to Self Responsibility and a No to Back Pain

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The exercise instructions you find here (pdf - files) are only guidelines for selfhelp and require a certain amount of self-responsibility and self-disciplin. No liability on the authors side!

It is allowed and my wish that these exercise instructions for self help are shared with others and if possible after a personal coaching.
(please refer to the author when sharing!)

» A link with this website would be appreciated!

Self Help Exercises dowloads to give to your clients:

Hipjoint Exercise (pdf)

Sacrum Exercises (pdf)

Spine (Scoliosis) Exercises (pdf)

Neck Exercises (pdf)

Knee and Ankle Exercises (pdf)

Shoulder and Elbow Exercises (pdf)

Jaw and Sterno-Clavicular Joint Exercises (pdf)

Below some useful material for your own practice or to give to your clients:

Feel free to use them as presented or edit them for individual purpose.

» Dorn Method Client/Patient Documentation and Assessment Sheet: (pdf-file)

» Dorn Method Client/Patient Information and Homework Reminder: (pdf-file)

» Dorn Method Client/Patient Self Help Exercises Sheet: (pdf-file)

Below articles are with copyright by the authors and are only for information not for re-distribution!

Articles about advanced knowlege relevant to the DORN Method by Thomas Zudrell:

» Science of Subluxations

» Some Insights on Pain and the DORN Method

» New science on Pain and Manual Therapy

» Advantages of the DORN Method when treating painful ailments of the structural system


Interesting Research Articles:

» The effect of Imposed Leg Lenght Difference on Pelvic Bone Symmetry

» Principles of Osteopathic Medicine

» Correlation between organ dysfunctions and vertebral displacements

» Sympathetic Segmental Disturbances
The Evidences of the Association, in Dissected Cadavers, of Visceral Disease with Vertebral Deformities of the Same Sympathetic Segments

» Anatomic and functional leg-length inequality:
A review and recommendation for clinical decision-making. Part II, the functional or unloaded leg-length asymmetry


 For Information about Human Anatomy relevant to the Dorn Method click on the Graphics below:

anatomy link picture rotating spine gif


A huge collection of evidence based research on Manual Therapies:


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NOTE: Never try to use the DORN Method on other people without proper training best conducted by an authorized DORN Method Instructor. Although the DORN Method and the Self Help Exercises are very safe if done correctly, the DORN practitioner is not responsible for any consequences resulting from the application during the manual session and Selfhelp exercises. In any case it is advised to consult your doctor first because health problems and back pains may have other causes than misaligned joints and vertebrae and should be checked by a trained medical doctor or other healthcare professional. The DORN Method has certain Limitations that must be cleared prior to any practical application! Remember: The DORN Method is NO Replacement for any other form of medical or non-medical treatment but it can be a very effective complement in an integrative medical system.

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