G.N. is 20 years old. Her mother is a long-time patient of ours and sent her to me to see if I could help with an area of skin hypersensitivity on her lower back. G.N. had been diagnosed with ALL (acute lymphocytic leukemia) at age 6 years and had undergone intensive chemotherapy. She had multiple lumbar punctures as part of her chemo treatment. Using muscle testing we were able to locate a very sensitive area over the midline of her L2-3 lumbar area. The "scar" had been created by multiple lumbar punctures 14 years before. We treated her and she has been symptom-free for four years.
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