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Twice the range of motion

Proprioception is a powerful ally in improving flexibility and strength. In this video, a 65 year old man demonstrates how he doubled his flexibility and increased his strength (after 10 years of yoga) in just one month, simply by removing his metal crowns.

Double your flexibility without exercise or stretching

 

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Live Without Pain

The book he is referring to is Live Without Pain – A new theory on what’s wrong with you and how to fix it.

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Why don’t some injuries heal?

Some injuries just don’t seem to heal no matter what treatment or therapy is used. This woman suffered for 12 years with low back pain after a whiplash injury. Turns out, the injury wasn’t the reason she didn’t get better …..

Whiplash for 12 years

2 years later ….

I’m not crying every day.” Karen Robinson is
a 38 year-old housewife from Stockport in Cheshire.

13 years ago, I had a car accident where I apparently suffered whiplash. As a result, I suffered acute back problems, culminating in me slipping two discs when I fell down the stairs. I spent thousands of pounds – reflexology, Chinese homeopathy… I just wanted to find something that worked! My local chiropractor thought it might be linked to my crown (the same year as my accident, I’d had a metal crown put in) and put me in touch with Simon.

I can remember my husband saying at the time – what have you been told now! So we both went and visited  Simon in Berkhamsted, and Simon asked me to do the dumbbell test, where he asked me to lift a dumbbell with my left and then my right hand. My right hand just wouldn’t move – until he told me to cover my crown, and then yes, I could move it!


On Simon’s advice, I had the crown removed and replaced with a non-metal version. I can honestly say that my back has improved ten-fold, instantly my strength came back… I’m no longer on tablets every day and I’m not crying every day.”

Blog, Dentistry

Denture Causing Weakness

Occasionally just the taste of the acrylic used to make dentures causes weakness. Some dentures, especially old ones are made with a very toxic chemical called monomer. Just the taste of this chemical is enough to cause weakness in some people.

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Gold Crowns

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