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- Sex: Male
- Age: 47y
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- Male, 47 years
- Kilgore, TX
I am a caregiver offering alternative medicine for pain-management for those who have lost all hope on conventional medicine. My clients are those who have been turned away by chiropractic, physical therapy, and even physicians or surgeons because nothing more can be done about their chronic pain. My clients are experiencing unbelievable results and dramatically improving their quality of life! If you know of anyone who has lost all hope because their chronic pain gets no relief, please refer them to me, as I may be able to offer a solution. I believe I can reduce about any soft-tissue pain.
I have extensive anatomy and physiology background including cadaver work, so I know what we look like from inside out. I have pharmaceutical experience so I am familiar with many drugs and their action/adverse effects, etc. I am a fitness trainer, so I can offer exercises to help alleviate pain. My overall credentials are PhD (Doctor of Philosophy in Organic Chemistry), MMP, RMT, PFS; MMP for Medical Massage Practitioner, RMT for Registered Massage Therapist, PFS for Personal Fitness Specialist.
Sciatica: Nerve Pain
Female client presented with the most severe pain ever felt in gluteal region with pain also shooting down the leg. Client could not find a comfortable position to sit, lay, or stand. Client was not able to sleep any appreciable length of time. While client admitted to contemplating going to doctor or chiropractor, she felt neither would offer a sound drug-free solution. She was familiar with my medical massage services and decided I may be able to help. Indeed, within only 2-3 sessions, her pain was considerably relieved. She continued to visit for the next few weeks to ensure pain stayed away. Client claimed greater than 90% relief within a very short time. Client now visits for maintenance treatments to avoid another flare-up of sciatica.
Sports Injury: Shoulder/Upper Back
A young football player underwent an injury to his shoulder/upper back about six months prior. While the pain was initially quite pronounced (about a 5-6 on pain-scale!), it had subsided to a level 3-4 but was a nagging type of pain that was always there. He reported having physical therapy done along with muscle relaxants and pain medication and there was no change in the pain. Upon the advice of his uncle (a client of mine), he visisted my office for treatment. After a 1-hour session, client reported NO PAIN! - something he had not been able to find prior to visiting my office. Thus, sports injuries are a type of pain that can be treated successfully at my office. Please call to inquire about pain and whether you may be helped at my office.
Stroke: Severe nerve pain
Gentleman presented with excruciating pain in the soles of his feet (An 8 on a pain scale from 0-10). All this came about soon after he suffered a stroke about 3 years prior with no let-up in the pain. The pain was there even when he was not standing or putting pressure on his feet. He had tried most everything he was prescribed by his doctor without ANY relief. He had also tried chiropractic and physical therapy without success. He tried a $200 pair of shoes recommended to him by his chiropractor without relief. Finally, on the recommendation of his sister (a client of mine), he visited my office. After treating him for about an hour with soft-tissue manipulation (medical massage), he reported a pain level of about 1-2. He was able to walk with very little pain. He was also able to raise his heels to stand on the balls of his feet - something he had not been able to do since the pain came on 3 years prior! Thus, nerve pain due to a variety of causes, can be treated at my office. Please call to inquire if your nerve pain can be treated.
Dupuytren's Contracture (DC): Severe hand deformity
Client presented with a hand condition diagnosed within the last 3-4 months as DC. On only one hand (though, very slight formation was evident on the other), painful nodules along each of the corresponding metacarpals had formed with some of them feeling painful. (Note: DC is normally not too painful; however, pain was beginning to set in this particular case.) Below, are the typical treatments for DC. I have developed a rather effective non-surgical procedure that makes the nodules almost practically unnoticeable and that was the case for this particular client. Client was advised to make this a regular treatment for the DC since it will minimize the progress of the disease significantly. Should you or anyone you know been diagnosed with DC, please visit my office for an effective (based on client feedback) non-surgical and non-drug approach.
Treatment options for Dupuytren's contracture may include:
Nonsurgical therapies include:
- Steroid injections.
- Radiation therapy.
- Needle aponeurotomy.
Releasing cords of tissue (subcutaneous fasciotomy).
Partial tissue removal (partial fasciectomy).
- Complete tissue removal (complete fasciectomy) with skin grafting.
- Finger amputation.
All surgeries carry risks of bleeding and infection. Be sure to discuss any concerns with your doctor.
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