Hoyden wrote:I am leaning towards younger folks because I can't change the past but I CAN influence the future. If kids learn that pitbulls aren't mean - then maybe we can start changing the tide of the future.
mnp13 wrote:why choose one?
you can vary your therapy visits.
What organization are you going to go though? Ruby is TDI certified.
Hoyden wrote:So now I need to make a choice. Do I work with older people or the younger people.
What is your opinion?
""If a dog can sense the misfiring of electrical impulses in the brain that results in seizures, perhaps they can sense whatever electrical impulse is being disrupted in your motor neurons and causing your muscle spasming.
Peripheral neuropathy just describes damage to the peripheral nervous system, which transmits information from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body. There are hundreds of types out there, varying in symptoms.
Something like a stroke can cause peripheral neuropathy. It's kind of apples and oranges deal though.
It would really depend on the person I would imagine. Too, (don't quote me on this, I'm not a brain surgeon) if the left side of the brain is affected, the right side of the body is what will experience the numbness, tingling, or dysfunction. I can't really tell you what's going on in Birdie's head, she'd have to be tested with a lot of people to decide whether or not it's coincidence or if she can sense erratic misfiring of electrical impulses in the brain.
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