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Birth spikes (Do Jamaican women birth on their butts/backs?)

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Old July 23rd 03, 06:59 PM
Todd Gastaldo
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Default Birth spikes (Do Jamaican women birth on their butts/backs?)

Sportelli/NCMIC, please see below...

PREGNANT WOMEN OF JAMAICA (and elsewhere): MDs (and midwives) are closing
birth canals up to 30%. It's EASY to allow
your birth canal to OPEN the "extra" up to 30%!

Just roll onto your side as you push your baby out! BUT - see WARNING,
WARNING, WARNING at the very end of this post.

BIRTH SPIKES: Can Gloria Lemay still be saying that "birth spikes" don't
exist! "Birth spikes" DO exist! By placing women semisitting and dorsal,
MDs and midwives are driving sacral tips up to 4 cm into birth canals -
CLOSING birth canals up to 30% See YIKES Birth Spikes! URL below...



"[b]irth among Jamaican women...When the birth of the baby was imminent, the
laboring woman crossed the hall to the delivery room, climbed onto one of
the five beds and..."
--Lois Wilson in the Spring 1997 (#41) issue of Midwifery Today^^^

^^^NOTE: Years ago, Midwivery Today editor Jan Tritten *promoted*
semisitting (closing the birth canal) after cancelling my full length
article on the grisly biomechanics of semisitting delivery. Just now, I
clicked on the MIDWIFERY TODAY link in Lois Wilson's article (just quoted)
and found - right up front - private birth attendant Gloria Lemay's 1999
indirect promotion of semisitting and dorsal delivery - now REpublished in


"The Jamaica Chiropractic Association is pleased to announce the recognition
and regulation of chiropractic in the country of Jamaica, W.I., effective
April 29, 2003...This recognition will afford the profession the climate to
expand and regulate the quality of chiropractic."
--Earle DeC Bryan, DC, MD
http://www.chiroweb.com/archives/21/17/04.html (accessed July 23, 2003)

OPEN LETTER (archived for global access***)

Earle DeC Bryan, DC, MD
Jamaica Chiropractic Association


Lou Sportelli, DC has just uncritically called what MDs are doing "the
natural process of delivery":

"Even before a child is born, the natural process of delivery, often
involving a significant pull on the infant's head, can damage the spinal
cord or hurt the structures of the spine."
--Louis Sportelli, DC in Dynamic Chiropractic (accessed July 22, 2003)

Arrrrgghhh! Lou forgot to mention PREVENTION in his article about DCs
treating children.

DCs are missing a golden opportunity to save tiny lives and tiny limbs and
PREVENT more putative vertebral subluxations than DCs will ever be able to
adjust by hand.

The American Chiropractic Association is dragging its feet...

See Chiro orthopedists and global UNREST - and babies...
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e... arthlink.net

I am hoping the Jamaican Chiropractic Association will take the lead among
chiropractic associations in stopping the massive global spinal manipulation
crime of MDs.




Dr. Gastaldo

PS1 Earle... Your article, quoted above, is what got me looking into birth
into Jamaica.

Jamaican CHIROPRACTIC now regulated...

Congratulations to the five Jamaican DCs et al. who finally got Jamaican
chiropractic regulated. Quoting from Permanent Secretary Allen-Young's
letter published with your article: "The Ministry has determined that the
practice of Chiropractic will be regulated under the Legal regime of the
Professions Supplementary to Medicine Act...Yours sincerely...Mrs. E. Grace
Allen-Young...Permanent Secretary [to Jamaican Health Minister Junor]..."

It is time to regulate Jamaican MEDICINE - and medicine everywhere.
REMEMBER: The ultimate purpose of regulation is PUBLIC SAFETY. Jamaican
babies should not have to endure medicine's sometimes fatal ongoing spinal
manipulation crime.

Copied to Jamaican Health Minister Junor and other Jamaican officials with
emails listed at...

Copied to: Gloria Lemay via

Gloria, PLEASE tell me that you did not know that Jan Tritten republished
your article! "Birth spikes" *do* exist!
See YIKES! Birth spikes! Gloria Lemay in prison...

Copied to: Jessica Cagle, Managing Editor, Midwifery Today


Copied to: Lou Sportelli, DC, NCMIC
also via
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NCMIC = National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Co.

NCMIC wrote of the year 1999: "As the new millennium approaches, states are
broadening the scope of chiropractic..."

In 1999, the American Chiropractic Association unsuccessfully attempted to
CENSOR+++ the broadscope definition of chiropractic now published in three
consecutive editions of Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary...

See Breastfeeding = Chiropractic immunization!

+++ACA was unsuccessful in its attempt to substitute the late Ed Maurer's
NARROWSCOPE "neuromusculoskeletal" definition of chiropractic...

It is amazing how close the BROADSCOPE definition of chiropractic is to the
definition of natural childbirth!

See How the first chiropractor died...

PS2 PREGNANT WOMEN (I say again): MDs are closing birth canals up to 30%.
allow your birth canal to OPEN the "extra" up to 30%!

Just roll onto your side as you push your baby out! BUT - see WARNING,
WARNING, WARNING at the very end of this post...


"It is established obstetric teaching that a narrow pelvic outlet
predisposes to a difficult vaginal delivery..."
--Ass-Ärztin Dr. Andrea Froschauer-Frudinger et al. via
[Frudinger et al. Br J Obstet Gynaecol


Physicians are now saying, "*We* aren't doing it - babies are being damaged
BEFORE birth."

Frances Cowan, PhD and colleagues mention an interesting development:

"Until recently hypoxic-ischaemic events in the perinatal period were
assumed to be the main cause for early neonatal encephalopathy...[but now
antenatal factors are being implicated]..."

[Cowan F, Rutherford M, Groenedaal F, Eken P, Mercuri E, Bydder GM,
Meiners LC, Dubowitz LMS, de Vries LS, Origin and timing of brain lesions in
term infants with neonatal encephalopathy. The Lancet

I suspect some MD researchers began FRAUDULENTLY implicating antenatal
events back in the 1980s - back when the public started learning of the
radiographic evidence that squatting opens birth canals up to 30%.

FACT: MDs began overtly LYING when in the early 1990s I began pointing
out that the phrase "squatting opens birth canals up to 30%" -
usefully translated - means MDs have been CLOSING birth canals up to 30%.

Cowan et al. write:

"Our findings show that more than 90% of term infants
with neonatal encephalopathy...without specific syndromes or major
congenital defects, had evidence of perinatally acquired insults...Reasons
for injuries of perinatal onset remain poorly understood."

Even if MDs (and MBs) are NOT causing neonatal encephalopathy by closing
birth canals - they should STOP closing birth canals...

I've often pointed out that the obivous massive MD birth crime (MDs
senselessly closing birth canals) becomes most obvious when one
realizes that MDs are slashing vaginas en masse (euphemism "routine
episiotomy") surgically/FRAUDULENTLY inferring they are doing everything
possible to OPEN birth canals even as they CLOSE birth canals.

See again: Squatting, Nurse Jenn's genital piercing, the Anti-Vagina - and
Kingston General's Human Mobility Centre...
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e... earthlink.net

Nurse Jenn *wanted* her vagina modified.

I submit
that most women *don't* want their vaginas modified - at least not at
birth - and they certainly don't want their babies' brains modified by
MD-obstetricians senselessly closing birth canals...

Two Canadian MDs - Erica Eason and Perle Feldman -
pressures" to stop the mass vagina slashing:

"[i]t is clear that episiotomy is a MAJOR contributor to trauma,
pain, and suffering in parturients. Changes in practice can be
effectively introduced through CONSUMER PRESSURES...Routine
episiotomy remains common even in teaching institutions. 'Who
cares about a little cut?' was a frequent comment from
obstetricians...Given the evidence, there should be widespread
abandonment of routine episiotomy "
Erica Eason, MDCM, FRCSC and Perle Feldman, MDCM, FCFP
Obstet Gynecol 2000;95:616-8. Emphasis added.

Whereas Erica and Perle recommend "consumer pressures"...

I recommend "consumer PRESSURIZERS" - THE POLICE...

I just want MD-obstetricians to stop their massive crime. I am in
favor of pardons in advance for MDs. MDs are just academic
prime cuts forced through this culture's most powerful mental meatgrinder -
medical school.

MORE obvious criminal negligence by MDs...

At the University of Hawaii Med School...

"Most first year residents finish the year having performed over 50 cesarean
sections as the primary surgeon."

Arrrrggghhh! This is obvious criminal negligence IF - as is the case all
over the world - women are forced into "failure to progress" on their
backs/butts - on their sacra - closing their birth canals up to 30%.

Cephalopelvic disproportion/failure to progress is often the reason given
for cesareans.

Sometimes cesarean section is necessary - but MDs are CAUSING cephalopelvic
disproportion/failure to progress - then "performing" cesarean sections
BEcause of cephalopelvic disproportion/failure to progress...

MDs are also forcing uteri to push with birth canals closed up to 30% - then
chemically whipping uteri to push VIOLENTLY - with oxytocin/Cytotec - with
birth canals senselessly closed up to 30%.

No wonder women beg for epidurals!

MDs also pull on babies' heads with their hands in most vaginal births -
with birth canals senselessly closed up to 30%.

In some institutions - in 26% of births (!) - MDs reach INSIDE the vagina -
with forceps/vacuum extractors - and pull babies out by their skulls -
through birth canals senselessly closed up to 30%.

Sometimes MDs pull so hard they rip spinal nerves out of tiny spinal cords!

Incredibly, MDs have blamed their bizarre birth-canal-closing behavior on
the West's loss of a fundamental human rest posture!

See Gardosi et al.'s 1989 Lancet "controlled trial of squatting" - where
nobody squatted...

See also: Chiro orthopedists and global UNREST - and babies...
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e... arthlink.net

"[N]early 25% of all back pain patients were dissatisfied with their last
visit to the chiropractor..."
--Environics survey as reported by Dynamic Chiropractic

Perhaps chiropractors need to focus on PREVENTION...



Dr. Gastaldo

PREGNANT WOMEN! It's EASY to open your birth canal an "extra" up to

Just roll onto your side as you push your baby out! PLEASE talk to your MD
about this NOW...

WARNING: Some MDs will let women "try" side-lying and
"alternative" delivery positions - but they will move women back to
semisitting -
close their birth canals (!) at
the very worst possible moment (as the baby is coming out)...

See GASTALDO'S ABSTRACT - my invited poster presentation at a recent
obstetric congress co-sponsored by the American College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists/ACOG. (NOTE: GASTALDO'S ABSTRACT is on the web: Search

Again, thanks for reading, everyone,



Dr. Gastaldo

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