Originally aired: Sunday, March 2, 2014
Dr. Yardley discusses trigeminal neuralgia, often called the suicide disease, and case histories of several patients that had improvements after having their compromised brain body connection restored. He talks about thyroid and adrenal glands and the difference in treating effects as opposed to treating the body as a whole. Dr. Yardley discusses shoulder/arm and elbow issues and several case histories that have seen improvement after having their compromised brain body connection restored. John, a patient, describes how he was facing neck surgery to restore hand function and how after having his compromised brain body connection restored he is able to function normally. Bev discusses how prior to seeing Dr. Yardley she was having difficulty with walking, allergies and headaches and how after Dr. Yardley's non-invasive process of restoring her compromised brain body connection her quality of life has improved. Becky
talks about how she had problems with her hands, neck and shoulder stiffness for 10 years. She was concerned about her ability to continue as a pianist and how she has greatly improved after having her compromised brain body connection restored.
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