Dr. Yardley discusses the difference in Osteo and Rheumatoid arthritis. He shares how correcting the compromised brain body connection is often overlooked. He describes restless leg syndrome, the cause and how to address it naturally. He talks about thyroid and adrenal glands and the difference in treating the effect as opposed to treating the body as a whole. His patients share their experience at the Yardley Institute and how their lives improved after the compromised brain body connection was restored. They talk about improvements in such health issues as plantar faciitis, shin splints, neck pain, hamstring pain, signs of Parkinsons such as tremors, shuffling walk, slow thinking and bad balance.
Dr. Yardley discusses several cases of eczema that responded well after the brain body connection was restored. He also talks about how correcting the brain body connection can help optimize your bodies health. His patients discuss various health issues that improved after the compromised brain body connection was restored. John had suffered for years with back pain, sciatica and numbness in his legs when he drove. He describes the relief of pain that he got as something you need to experience to really understand. Mike explains how he suffered from depression and had a general sense of loss of wellbeing. He’d had back pain for over 40 years. He describes Dr. Yardley as a God send and the best move he ever made. Judith explains how she had seen many other practitioners prior to Dr. Yardley. It was after her restored her compromised brain body connection that she started feeling significant relief from back pain, could walk better, had relief from numbness in her hand and now feels that she wants to do things again.
Dr. Yardley discusses a case of Asthma that responded to correcting the compromised brain body connection. He talks about carpel tunnel, atrial fibrillation and traumatic brain injury. His patients share how after the compromised brain body connection was restored they saw improvements in issues associated with bulging/herniated disks, disk degeneration, and a debilitating condition known as complex regional pain syndrome.