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CHRONIC DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS INCLUDING CONSTIPATION: 
A 49 year old male presents with a history of chronic digestive disturbances, including constipation and discomfort.  Manual muscle testing revealed a weak left rectus femoris (3/5) which was not improved by spindle cell stretching of the muscle belly (autogenic facilitation.)  Upon questioning, the patient related a history of injury to the left lateral mid rib cage.  Rubbing over the area of injury normalized the left rectus femoris function and conversely, stimulation of the rib cage in conjunction with the left talus IRT challenge caused a strong muscle to weaken. IRT correction normalized musclefunction. The patient related that his Intestinal problems came on after the old rib injury.                                                                                                                       
-DR. DAVID S. GRAHAM, ASHEVILLE, NC

SEVERE MIGRAINE HEADACHES:  
A 36 year old female mother of two presented to our office with severe migraine headaches and excruciating, unrelenting pain.  She had multiple car accidents with numerous head injuries.  IRT was performed AND her injuries were uncovered in a "layered" (one following the other) IRT pattern.  Headaches were completely relieved within 24 hours.                                                                                                                                                           
-DR. CARL AMODIO, ROSWELL, GA

CHRONIC LEFT SIDED HIP PAIN:  
A 60 year old woman presents with pain and numbness in the left hip with radiation to the left anterolateral leg.  The onset is insidious and began several months previously.  Radiologic examination reveals mild/moderate degenerative changes in the lumbar spine and a mild levoscoliosis.  Lumbar and left hip ranges of motion are normal and pain free.  After many treatments using many different modalites with no success, IRT was performed to the left sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments resulting in a complete resolution of her symptoms.                                                                                            
-DR. LAURA R. CHAFFIOTTE, FREDERICK, MD

SHOULDER INJURY FROM SKIING: 

A 33 year old female presented at the office with a 3-month old shoulder injury suffered during a skiing accident.  She was unable to put on a coat, sleep, throw a ball, exercise, or even raise her arm at times.  After performing IRT to ALL reported injuries, she was able to put on her coat without pain, and was also able to sleep through the night and awaken without pain.  When we corrected inhibited shoulder girdle muscles to normal facilitated states, the pain had been reduced about 95%, but there was still a lingering, dull pain that the patient reported to "not be able to put a finger on".  A TS Line check at the end of the visit revealed a weak quadriceps, which only responded to pinching Small Intestine VRP. Simply performing IRT to the Small Intestine NL points COMPLETELY eliminated all traces of shoulder pain.                                                                                                                                                   
-DR.  MATTHEW G. KESCHNER, NEW YORK, NY

TEETH CAUSING DYSEQUILIBRIUM:
 
A 21 year old female presents with dysequilibrium After having visited various medical doctors her symptoms were still present.  I applied IRT to two teeth and the dysequilibrium disappeared on the spot, never to return                                                                                                                                       
-DR. ROBERT MORRISON, MILAN, ITALY

DYSMENORRHEA AND LOW BACK PAIN: 
A 29 year old lady, raped when she was 11 years old, presented with low back pain and menstrual cramps which had been present since her period started when she was 12. Low back pain was also increased when she had her period. She had had many episodes of sciatica and many times she got stuck in a flexed position where she couldn't move. Chiropractic treatments helped, but never really resolved the problem.  Birth control pills only decreased the menstrual pain. IRT was done on the pubic region and on the belly. Low back pain and menstrual pain were gone.                                         
-DR. CHRISTIAN VENDRAME, BELLINZONA SWITZERLAND

SEVERE FOOT PAIN AFTER PLAYING SOCCER IN NEW SHOES: 
A 32 year old man working as a nurse in the ER was complaining of stinging pain in the subtalar joint after playing a soccer game the day before wearing new shoes. His pain was so bad he couldnít step on his foot. I was going to give him a shot of cortisone intra-articularly when I decided to test him for an IRT pattern that was present as well as Nociceptor Stimulation-Blocking Technique (IPR Technique.) Treatment as described resulted in 100% pain relief instantly. He asked me if I performed hypnosis.                                                                                                                                                                
-DR. SERGIO VENEZIANI, BERGAMO, ITALY

SACROILIAC PAIN IN A DANCER: 
A 60 year old dancer and dance teacher complained of acute pain in the sacroiliac region when she came to my office as an ëemergency consultation.í  She was hoping that I could treat her pain so she would be able to teach a dance-seminar that very day. This was an old complaint which she had on and off for more than ten years. For two days, the pain had been so bad that she couldnít even dress herself. Her history includes a difficult fracture of the right ankle with venothrombosis afterwards, two traumatic abortions, an injury to the eye, a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament in the left knee, a fracture of the metatarsal bone II on the right foot. After treating her sites of injury with IRT and OI IRT to the left iliolumbar ligament and right sacrotuberous ligament, and IRT to the ligaments of the bladder, the pain was almost gone. She was able to teach that day very well as she reported on my answering machine in the evening and I did not hear from her since.                                                                                                                                 
-DR. ANITA GINTER, FRIEBURG, GERMANY

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