Chris was in his early 20’s when he collapsed on the job. As a diabetic, the paramedics thought he was in a diabetic shock when they arrived. By the time he arrived at the hospital, he was in a coma. At the hospital his family was told he would be in a coma for at least a week. After a single adjustment to his atlas, Chris was discharged from the hospital in three days.
Liver Failure, 2011
Jacob is a 3 year old boy who came to us with stomach pains. We adjusted him a half dozen times over a couple of weeks. After the fact, his mother told us that he was on a liver transplant list. After his adjustments they needed follow up blood work. When they went to the pediatrician for the results, the blood work was all normal. The pediatrician couldn’t believe it and kept asking mom “what did you do?” Jacob no longer needs a liver transplant.
Hanta Virus, 2011
Vinny was a 2 year old boy who contracted rhinovirus and flu-like symptoms. After his parents took him to the hospital for dehydration, Vinny slipped into a coma. He was placed on life support and experimental machine called ECHMO. After three days of tests the diagnosis came back as Hanta Virus. The doctors at the NICU told Vinny’s parents that “Nobody under the age of 30 has ever survived this virus and our advice is to pull the plug and let him go.” I adjusted Vinny’s atlas (master power switch) and went home. The next day a message was on our machine that Vinny’s vitals were up 10%. Every day after, Vinny’s vitals improved 10%. Soon he was released from the hospital and Vinny is now 12 years old as of the writing of this post. Vinny is my nephew. (October 10, 2011)
Early Menopause, 2013
Jane was in her late forties when she began care here for back pain. Her pain went away quickly and after about two years of regular subluxation check-ups, her menstrual period returned.
We currently have a 10 year old girl coming down from north of Boston, MA who is experiencing seizures, difficulty with speech and spasticity in her right arm and hand (think of making a duck bill with your fingers and thumb, then flex your wrist). After a week of adjustments, mom and dad are noticing her personality beginning to return and her therapists are noticing improvements in her communication. We’ll keep you posted on other improvements as they arrive.
To prevent situations like these by getting checked for subluxation or if you are in need of immediate help, call us 24/7, 860-677-6401.