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.
Related TherapiesChronic Illness Solutions
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC, 2018), “One in two adults in the U.S. has a chronic disease, and one in four adults has two or more.” This means that half the U.S. population is suffering from chronic illness. If it wasn’t so prevalent in years past, why is chronic illness becoming such a huge problem today?Neural Therapy
What is Neural Therapy? Neural therapy is a medical technique that was developed by two German doctors in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. What the doctors noticed was that sometimes when a treatment was given to a patient in one area of the body, it had an effect in another area of the body....
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