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Dr. Lee Yardley

April 21, 2013 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Sunday, April 21, 2013

Dr. Yardley discusses low back pain, carpel tunnel and describes restless leg syndrome, possible causes and effects , and how to possibly address the cause naturally. Ken who was facing surgery to the vertebrae in his neck was suffering with headaches, neck pain and shoulder pain and was not able to sleep due to the pain. The pain was so severe it caused him to often shut down socially and to go to bed at 4 pm or 5pm in the afternoon. He talks about how the pain was so severe that if he had not found Dr. Yardley he would have had the surgery. After having his compromised brain body connection restored his progress has been remarkable. He no longer has headaches and the neck and back pain have improved substantially. He is now able to work in the yard and workout in the gym. Jackie was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2005. She had been experiencing signs of stage 3 Parkinson's for about 5 or 6 months prior to seeing Dr. Yardley. Her extremities were very weak. She could no longer drive, was using a walker, and had a limp. After having her compromised brain body connection restored and thus the body was allowed to begin to heal itself, she is now able to drive, no longer uses a walker and her energy level is better. Jackie also reports that her blood pressure has normalized and the arthritis in her finger is no longer present after having her brain body connection restored. Arlene was in very bad shape prior to see Dr. Yardley. She suffered from neck pain, sciatica, interstitial cystitis and headaches and was not able to sleep well. After being referred to Dr. Yardley by three of her friends she decided to see him. After having her compromised brain body connection restored at the Yardley Institute, she feels 10 years younger and now able to function without pain and headaches.

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