BOBBI
Female
Age: 59

PRIMARY COMPLAINT: Lifelong recurring stiff neck, often followed
by headache (increasing severity since childhood); incapacitating
motion sickness; dizziness.

PREVIOUS/CURRENT TREATMENTS:  Various  doctors had
attributed Bobbi’s stiff neck and headache to stress. The varied
diagnoses for her dizziness included muscle tension in the neck,
middle/inner ear problems, poor ear-eye interface, and benign
positional vertigo. She had undergone a couple of scans for brain
abnormalities which showed nothing.

RESULTS ACTIVATION MECHANICS: Bobbi’s treatment took
somewhat longer than usual as the specific muscles at the root of the
problem proved tricky to isolate. Once that had been done, her
symptoms vanished entirely. She was able to resume sailing with her
father  (which she had been unable to do for twenty years)and has no
discomfort  whatsoever being in the backseat of a vehicle being driven
through hairpin turns on mountain roads. Bobbi returns for a
maintenance “tune-up” regularly.

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TIM
Male
Age: 62

PRIMARY COMPLAINT: Twenty years of intermittent chronic pain in
low back exacerbated by lifting and moving heavy sculpture as well as
sitting for prolonged periods in automobiles or airplanes.

RESULTS ACTIVATION MECHANICS: After one session Tim returned
to packing and moving heavy objects and was obliged to sit for a flight
to the west coast; he was delighted to report that he had experienced
no back pain.  Despite his apparent cure Tim returned for his
scheduled follow up appointments so that treatment could continue
revealing a deeper level of muscular dysfunction that needed to be
addressed so that his results would be long lasting.  Tim is now on a
three month maintenance schedule.  He has been pain free for
several years.

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Imagine a heavy circus tent with a
loose guy wire. While the center
post actually holds up the tent, the
guy wires distribute the forces
evenly around the post to insure
its stability. Every time the wind
blows, that loose wire will be
useless, compromising the
stability of the entire structure.
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