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Restoring Health, Improving Lives, Naturally with Dr. Lee Yardley

Listen to Dr. Yardley discuss varied health conditions and the effect of restoring the compromised brain body connection thus removing the inference that is preventing the body from healing itself. His patients will share how their health and quality of life has improved after receiving care at the Yardley Institute. Patients discuss more common health conditions ranging from headaches/migraines, carpel tunnel, fibromyalgia, sciatica and back and neck pain to less common health conditions as plantar fasciitis, Parkinson's, MS, spinal stenosis, herniated and bulging disks, complex region pain syndrome and how many were able to avoid surgery. Listen to Dr. Yardley's informative discussions and the inspiring stories from his patients.
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Oct 1, 2016
Dr. Yardley explains traumatic brain injury and how a compromised brain body connection is often overlooked.  He explains atrial fibrillation and shares several case histories. Dr. Yardley explains inflammation and the varying effects that it can have on how the body functions and how restoring the brain body connection can help the body heal itself.  His patients share their personal history of how correcting the brain body connection improved their quality of life. Lon discusses how he thought he was not going to be able to walk again due to his sciatica and how many practitioners recommended surgery.  He can now walk and his neck pain went away also.  Deanna suffered from neck pain for over 30 years.  She had to sleep with ice packs nightly. After her brain body connection was restored she is now able to hike and enjoy her life again. Ellen discusses improvement in peripheral neuropathy.
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