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Ten years ago, I spent approximately a year in bed with a back injury. Free falling down a dank, dark, bottomless pit is the only way I can describe the first few months of my injury. I felt lost in a black hole of hopelessness and despair. The pain was so horrendous that I lost twelve pounds during the first two weeks. Luckily, some amazing people (family, friends, and even some strangers) reached down and held onto me. It felt like I lost everything. I lost a fabulous job; I lost friends; I lost most of my money, and I almost lost my son. (I’m divorced and during the injury it was practically impossible to take care of him.)

After a year, when I was somewhat more functional (yet still in agony), I quickly realized that the physicians, chiropractors, physical therapists, and other healthcare practitioners, that I had tried, could not relieve my debilitating pain. Longing to be well again and have my life back, and with the determination of a ravenous lion, I went on a major crusade to find an answer. With a steadfast fervor, I began reading. I ended up reading approximately two hundred books and articles on the back, joints, our health in general, and even books on arthritis. I also interviewed numerous medical doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, nutritionists, and acupuncturists. (I would later, myself, become a licensed healthcare practitioner.)

I made a covenant during that year in bed. I had always been an environmentalist and philanthropist, but I knew if I could find an answer—a way to get out of this nightmarish pain, my life would be forever transformed. I made a promise that if I did find a solution, my life would be devoted to helping others get out of the dark, hellish pit of chronic pain.

My tenacious effort to find a remedy afforded me extensive knowledge. In fact, during interviews, I was commonly asked if I too was a doctor. “No!” I would reply, “Just a woman determined to get to the bottom of this!”

Today, one of my favorite activities is giving speeches and presentations to various organizations. A student, at a university where I was speaking, asked me how I developed the drive to do all this research. I told this young gentleman that, “Necessity is the mother of all invention.” I so desperately wanted to have my health back: ride my bike, hike, and, most importantly, be able to be involved, once again, in my son’s life.

I love speaking to audiences and watching people’s eyes light up as they realize how unequivocally simple and how much sense this all makes. My father, who was a top scientist, always said that solutions, once discovered, are usually quite simple…finding them can be another story.

During that year in bed, I did made a covenant that if I ever figured a way out of that nightmare, I’d come back and help others. In the flyers for the workshops and speeches that I offer, I describe myself as an ex-patient—turned crusader: author, therapist, speaker, and radio show host (a few years ago I hosted, for approximately a year, a show called The Healing Truth). As a therapist for the last nine years and having people come from as far as 3000 miles away for treatments, I know I must be doing something right. But, it’s not that I’m a miracle healer, as some clients have nicknamed me. It’s just that I nailed the cause (in almost every case) of musculoskeletal ailments.

Musculoskeletal pain is so agonizing that it’s easy to envision our pain being caused by things like degenerating cartilage, arthritic joints, herniated discs, etc. So many clients come to see me after being told that there is no cartilage left in their knees and/or hips. Or, they have been diagnosed with degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis, or a myriad of other ailments. Yet, when I get their muscles loosened, these people become pain free and resume all the activities that they love. It is hard to believe that hard contracted muscle tissues are behind almost all of our aches and pains. But, the good news is that they are, and, in almost every case, ailments like back pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc. are simply and easily resolved. And, most people don’t even need me or any other therapist. They need the information and the tools to heal, which I include in my books. Please make sure to read the Home Page: The Real Cause…The Real Cure. Thank you so much for visiting my site. I’m sincerely dedicated to your health.

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