I wanted to share this story with all, in hopes that it may be of help to others.
My 18 yr old son was diagnosed with Legg-Perthes Disease, also known as Legg Calve Perthes Disease when he was 5 yrs old. He had a gradual weakening of the upper end of the thigh bone at the junction where it meets the pelvis. Both the right and left hip joint were affected.
He was experiencing pain in the hips for about 5 years. He also often experienced headaches.
Over many years he went to the chiropractor often, which gave temporary relief. He would do martial arts to keep the hip flexible and to wear the bones together so that the femoral head would be round. The hip pain eventually subsided as he grew out of it, but the hip flexibility never returned.
Now comes the good news....
Our friend Garla Arjuna was visiting from Phoenix doing a three day workshop at the local pilates studio to teach and demonstrate the principles of Bioneuroenergetics which he learned from Dr. Bright. Garla worked on my son using Bioneuroenergetics last night. After about 5 minutes of adjustment, my son had 100% flexibility in the hips.
Bioneuroenergertics is a form of bodywork that applies pressure to tight areas of the body which allows the nerve to get a signal back to the brain to get back in control and repair the affected area.
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