I just received the following from Dr. Jeff Snodgrass:
Just wanted to drop a note. I just treated a man who suffered a severe cerebral stroke in December. He has had double vision and dizziness and paralysis of the right side of his body. His right eye turned in and he had to keep it closed most of the time so he could see what he was doing.
The source point graph really didn’t look that bad, but we chose the back shu points (BL 19, 27, 28) as treatment so I could also add in GV 16,17,19, and BL 9,10. After his treatment, the patient sat up and his lazy eye was 90 % improved. His dizziness was much better and after he put his shoe on and tied it he stated: “That’s the first time in 4 months I have tied my own shoe.”
That’s great news, Jeff. I hope this patient continues to improve!
We all have patients with difficult problems, and I’m betting we’ve all seen miracles from time to time. But few of us take the time to share our experiences. Thanks for inspiring us Jeff!
Remember, if you have a great case to share with us, don’t hesitate to drop us a quick note! Others need to learn from your experiences!
Have a great week, everyone!