George Roth, DC, ND, CMRP

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Dr. Roth is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and the Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine and has studied osteopathic medicine at Doctors' Hospital North, Columbus, Ohio. He is the developer of Matrix Repatterning and is the Director of Education at the Matrix Institute in Toronto. Dr. Roth has presented seminars at numerous hospital and university‐based symposia throughout North America. He is the co‐author, with Kerry D’Ambrogio PT, of Positional Release Therapy (Elsevier, 1997), and the author of The Matrix Repatterning Program for Pain Relief (New Harbinger, 2005). His work is also featured in the Brain’s Way of Healing, by Dr. Norman Doidge (Penguin, 2015).

Evidence of Bone Repair Using Matrix Repatterning A Case Report

Dr. George B. Roth, DC, ND, CMRP Oliver Hartan, RMT, CMRP ABSTRACT Case Study: A young girl presents with long‐standing non‐union of a surgically‐induced fracture of the right tibia and subsequent evidence of polyostotic fibrous dysplasia 1. This case outlines the effects of a brief intervention using Matrix Repatterning (see below under “Methods”). Methods: Matrix Repatterning uses a […]

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The Message of Pain

Pain is not the Problem. Pain is a message that something is out of balance. As we get past the fear of pain, we will discover its value in helping us focus more powerfully on our desire to be well. Many people, who seek Matrix Repatterning, are looking for solutions to their pain. When a patient […]

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80-10-10 Rule RE-DEFINED in Your Practice

There was a very well known chiropractic business coach who taught that 80% of your patients you can treat successfully. Of the 20% remaining, half you will be able to help moderately and the rest will not respond to treatment. This unsettling mindset led me on a mission to solve the mystery about those 20% of […]

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Are Dental Injuries Causing Recurring Pain Patterns in Your Patients?

Trauma to the face or teeth (including dental work) often causes persistent and far-reaching symptoms.The trigeminal nerve (CN 5) is the second largest nerve exiting the brain, only second to the spinal cord.Thus, its neurological ‘bandwidth’ is extremely high.Since the trigeminal nerve supplies the teeth, facial or dental trauma can produce a significant amount of sensory feedback.This […]

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