Friday, April 3, 2009
I was wathching Timothy Geithner's interview with Katy Couric and noticed that he always leans forward with his shoulders bent and looking up at who he is talking to. I checked and this is how he was during the Congressional Hearings. Infact, I can not find a single video or picture of him with his head in anatomic position. I have got the feeling that he has a high c-spine abnormality and that he can not extend his neck to neutral. He also aways turns slightly to one side so that he can twist his head when he is talking which to me suggests that this is a fixation problem, most likely at the atlanto-axial level. The other thing that I noticed is that he has very delayed blink reflexes. Even with the hot lights of the interview, he blinked at a rate of 1/3 that of Couric. This is definately suggestive of some major medication or CNS issue. There is a lot more going on with this guy then we are led to believe.