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Dr. Lee Yardley

May 17, 2014 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Saturday, May 17, 2014

Dr Yardley discusses trigeminal neuralgia which is often called the suicide disease and how restoring a compromised brain body connection may help significantly. He explains sciatica, bulging/herniated discs and reviews a case where a 17mm herniated disc was reduced significantly by correcting a compromised brain body connection. He and Dave Boze discuss the process of determining if one is a candidate for care and how children as well as adults can benefit from having their compromised brain body connection restored. Allison discusses how she had suffered from a debilitating condition that had been diagnosed as complex region pain syndrome and how she wants everyone to know about Dr. Yardley as he was able to help her without drugs or surgery and no one else she had seen had been able to help her in this way. John talks about how he had been told he needed neck surgery to restore his hand function. After his compromised brain body connection was restored and the body was able to heal itself his hand function is normal and he does not need surgery.

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