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Dr. Lee Yardley

July 7, 2013 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Sunday, July 7, 2013

Dr. Yardley talks about TMJ, arthritis and he explains traumatic brain injuries and how a compromised brain boy connection is often overlooked. Vickie, a long time patient of the Yardley Institute, talks about how she had seen other practitioners for years with no help for her vertigo. After having her compromised brain body connection restored Vickie can now enjoy riding horses and is able to farm on her small farm. She was not able to do these are activities for years prior to seeing Dr Yardley. David had migraines for many years prior to seeing Dr. Yardley and these were limiting his activities and his mobility. After having his compromised brain body connection restored David's headaches are gone and his neck pain and lower back pain are also better. Jackie, who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's, had been in Stage 3 Parkinsons for about 5 or 6 months prior to seeing Dr. Yardley. Her extremities were very weak, she could no longer drive, she was using a walker and had a limp. After having her compromised brain body connection restored she drives, and no longer uses a walker or walks with a limp. Jackie also reports that after having her compromised brain body connection restored that her blood pressure has normalized and the arthritis in her finger is no longer present. Jackie credits the Yardley institute with giving her strength back which she thought she would never regain.

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