May 17, 2014 - Hour: 1 Dr Yardley talks discusses trigeminal neuralgia, sciatica, the brain body connection, and the process of determining if you are a candidate for care. His patients discuss improvements they experienced after their brain body connection was restored and the body was able to heal itself. These improvements included such things as being able to avoid the need for neck surgery and experience relief from the devastating condition diagnosed as complex region pain syndrome.
April 13, 2014 - Hour: 1 Dr. Yardley discusses depression, traumatic brain injury and explains the brain body connection. Patients talks about how after having their brain body connection restored that their bodies were able to heal naturally without any drugs or surgery. They talk about seeing improvements in such things as sciatica, migraines, interstitial cystitis, trigeminal neuralgia, and spinal stenosis.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
April 6, 2014 - Hour: 1 Dr. Yardley discusses high blood pressure, headaches and migraines and what a patient should expect when they come into the Institute. Patients talks about how after their compromised brain body connection was restored they saw improvement in different health issues such as relief from pain the arches of feet, hip and neck pain, and vertigo.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
March 30, 2014 - Hour: 1 Dr Yardley discusses fibromyalgia, eczema, allergies and TMJ. His patients discuss how restoring the compromised brain body connection significantly changed their lives for the better. As their bodies were able to heal without drugs or surgery they saw improvements in chronic back pain, headaches, panic attacks and acid reflux.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
March 23, 2014 - Hour: 1 Dr. Yardley discusses restless leg syndrome, acid reflux and atrial fibrillation. His patients discuss how their bodies were able to heal naturally after having their compromised brain body connection restored. They saw overall health improvements which included such things as relief from panic attacks and anxiety, improvement in Parkinsons and complex regional pain syndrome.