17 Years of Pain… Gone in 2 Sessions!

backpainDear Practitioner:

I’d like to share a story with you. I’m sure you’ve heard it before… someone who after a major accident, fall or injury has been forced to “live with the pain.”

I’ve never been willing to accept this outcome and neither should you!

Abby’s husband was attending our PRRT Live Seminar and asked if I would see her. On 2 separate weekends I spent roughly 2-3 hours (in total) with her. She felt such a dramatic change that she wanted to share it on video.

After amassing some 12,000+ views on our Facebook page, we decided it would be a good idea to schedule a phone call follow up with Abby.

Here’s her thoughts after our 2nd session:

 

A few months later we re-connected on the phone and I wanted to share this with everyone. FYI- the recording is about 55 mins but I wanted to give it to you unedited.

In the call, we discuss:

  • History of injuries (-54:26)
  • Her daily pain level before PRRT (-49:49)
  • Other therapies she explored (-47:28)
  • How it feels to be in pain & desperate for relief (-38:46)
  • The changes she’s experiencing (-36:10)
  • How many years she suffered (-35:08)
  • Her message to others in pain (-34:53)
  • How much time we spent on her treatment (-27:09)
  • Whether she feels it could be a placebo effect (-26:26)
  • Reflecting on her video (-20:56)
  • Her estimate of percentage improvement after each session (-13:49)
  • Update pain scale level after PRRT (-11:16)

 

 

Listening to Abby’s story of transformation from living in chronic pain to a life without pain can give you encouragement for what you too can learn to do.

Here’s the key….

You’ll need to begin to see the body in a whole new light… not based on someone’s technique approach.

“The words life changing aren’t even adequate”

I can teach you this.

Why?

Because I’ve taken the graduate level of Anatomy at USC and then studied for several years under the auspices of the world renowned and since passed on orthopedic surgeon, Jacqueline Perrry, M.D.

Dr. Perry was first a physical therapist and then became an orthopod.

During my graduate work at USC, I assisted her in teaching and was the only therapist allowed to be a “fly on the wall” for her now famous anatomy lectures for the orthopedic residents at Rancho Los Amigos.

Her insights on not only anatomy but also the biomechanics of the musculoskeletal system coupled with her EMG research in muscle function gave me insights which I feel helped me to “see” and “feel” what the human body is trying to tell us.

This is true with Abby and every person I treat.

Most of my patients have chronic conditions of pain which have defied numerous other practitioners in physical therapy, chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, etc.

Many of the patients experienced symptomatic temporary relief lasting minutes, hours, even days…only to have most if not all of their pain issues return.

In Abby’s case, it took me less than 10 minutes to perform my exam after taking a detailed history.

What I found were her muscle still in a “splinted” state from the force of impact of the MVA at age 14.

Remember, the law of conservation of energy states that energy can be neither created or destroyed – only transferred… in this case into her muscles & fascia.

The relief with my gentle, non-force PRRT maneuvers was both instant and painless.

Abby would immediately, without my prompting, begin to move parts of her body which prior to my maneuvers, she was unable/unwilling to move.

The difference now is that the movement felt great as I had transmuted nocioception into proprioception.

“On a daily basis… I’m walking around at a zero”

This happens all the time with PRRT and in seconds when the areas affected are found and released.

More importantly, the results are usually lasting.

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