An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Are you suffering with fibromyalgia? Have you tried just about everything? Our office has a new breakthrough treatment aimed at the true cause of fibromyalgia. This is not just a treatment aimed at symptom relief like all the other treatments, but a true “treat the cause” treatment.
Discovering the cause and developing a treatment for fibromyalgia is the accumulation of five years of work, study, testing, and bringing the project to competition. It represents a few true medical breakthroughs.
Currently we are in the middle of treating a number of patients. Initial results are very promising - patients are having great success. We continue to look for local motivated people with fibromyalgia who will follow through with treatment. There are not pills to take, no ongoing supplements to buy.
I hope to be able to release my findings by the end of September 2013. I am currently writing a book about it which will discus the cause and treatment of fibromyalgia as well as document the results of the 30 case studies.
I am confident most everyone who reads the book. learns of the breakthroughs, and follow through with successful treatment will see their health greatly improved and their lives greatly enriched.
For those of you who are not local you can follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter posts are aimed at building an audience which can help to get the word out when we release the results.
One last thought. One of my fibromyalgia patients asked me: are you going to start a fibromyalgia support group? I answered her: no - I am not here to help you manage your symptoms - I am here to help you heal your condition. That is what this breakthrough treatment does. It gives people their lives back.
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Thanks, Dr Bruce