Would you expect conventional manual therapies to permanently reverse rare and poorly understood conditions like facial blindness, a degenerative bone disease known as fibrous dysostosis, or the genetic condition ankylosing spondylosis?
Early in my education, I realized that it was quite an effort just to improve symptoms, even for common back and joint pain. I was certainly not producing the rapid or lasting resolution of deep injury, as I had hoped to when I first embarked on my career.
This frustration set me on a path of discovery for more than 40 years.
If I read a summary of what one day in practice looks like today, back on my graduation day, I would be extremely skeptical, as I expect you may be after reading the rest if this post…
Certified Matrix Repatterning Practitioners often explain that, what would have been considered miracle cases with conventional therapies, are now routinely expected to occur on a regular basis applying this treatment system.
Turning on joint instability like flipping a switch (including low back, knees, hips and shoulders), or reversing long term chronic post-concussion syndrome, snoring & sleep apnea, incontinence and GERD, are often resolved with a few gentle treatments.
Even still, there are ongoing happy accidents and surprising new discoveries that further develop the abilities of our practitioner community, as we continue to push into new frontiers of measurable and profound outcomes.
There is an upcoming interactive online Foundation Seminar that gives you the opportunity to:
learn how to use bio-electrical induction to pinpoint exactly where the highest order tension patterns exist (often asymptomatic)
let the body show you exactly how the structure should be treated for the most efficient release of tension
learn the profound first few maneuvers to correct bone structure (normalizing enlarged bone from injury)
gauge the extent of injury and progress by measuring bone structure, systemic tension, range of motion and muscle tone (all which the patient can experience)
learn the true source of joint instability and how to turn stabilizing muscles back on like flipping a switch, even before treatment.