Kirk had vestibular challenges, seizures, severe dizziness, sound and crowds was overwhelming. Nine years of seizure disorders. He had to wear eye covers because anything that moved would induce seizure or vestibular challenges.
Still doing fine after nine years. His MD said if it wasn't for the steel plate in his head, he wouldn't know he had a TBI.
... and he got his drivers license back.
Over 16 years treated at a major U.S. University for RSD. Lots of pain medication, morphine for over 16 years including having an implant. Her implant was turned off a week into the program and she has not had RSD affects since.
This video was taken three months after the program. It has now been three years and still no pain and RSD free.
Adrenals working fine.
Izaiah was run over by a drunk teenage driver at the age of 18 months. He was in the hospital almost 300 days. He had 7 surgeries, blind and paralyzed. He was sent home to hospice.
We were contacted to work on his case after he was released from the hospital. His vision returned after 2 weeks and movement in his arms and legs at 5 weeks.
The family has been featured on the Doctor Phil show two times regarding his accident.
John lost his ability to walk and speak following a stroke. He was unable to dress himself and had other stroke related issues.
Read and watch this strong man and his wife keep their sights on recovery. We magnify what we focus on. From walking again to some of his first words.
Tori was referred to us at the age of 15 1/2 years of age.
She was working with a Cerebral Palsy institute in Pennsylvania.
I loved Tori's attitude. She came for her Solution and found it!
Watch her video as she tells how she got movement back in her arm and was able to get out of the wheel chair.
Pay close attention to what the institute wrote on her file - It's all in her video.
Gabby was involved in a traffic accident. Paramedics were rushing her to the hospital.
The oncoming car did not see or hear the siren of the ambulance; the ambulance did not see the car. The impact put Gabby into what would be a seven year coma.
Her left collarbone and left hip was broken and now panic attacks and spasms were a major part of her life.
There is nothing stronger than a mother's love. When the world drops on you, a mother's love runs deep.
Her mother saw us on Telemundo news and started calling the station, the charity representing the child that was on the news and we made contact.
Mariam was determined to find her solution. Click on the link below to Meet Gabby, her mother, Mariam, her physical therapist, Eric.
How do you reach for a solution when you are in a coma? With your heart and a praying, loving family.
When this gentleman was referred to us, he could stand for only a few seconds before feeling like passing out. His speech was very challenged. The determination and love overcomes so much when you are reaching for a Solution!
Click below to see how they found their Solution.
Learning Disorders, Autism to ADHD, the self-esteem and confidence takes a hard hit.
Listen to the insight we receive from Riana. What she says of her recovery is exciting, her discussion gives us some insight to what is going on inside.
Click the link below to hear Riana tell her story.
Link to Top Gun's Video.
He tells the story much better than we could write it.
For a family with an OCD child, life can be difficult and exhausting.
OCD affects the entire family often causing excess anxiety, stress and depression for other family members. For the person suffering with OCD, they feel just as down.
They are aware of their rituals and compulsions, they are aware of the irrational behavior but feel unable to control it.
This teen's doctor, school and friends noticed the drastic change.
His mother tells the story.
Venice lived without the sense of smell for over 20 years.
Her Solution came quite rapidly!
She recovered it in days at BrainTek Institute in San Diego, California.
The Abby Story As Told By Her Parents.
Abby went 18 minutes without oxygen. Doctors made the decision to turn off her life support. They called the family in to say their goodby's . .but Abby kept breathing and her heart kept beating.
When I first saw Abby, I could hold her up with my hands under her arms and she would simply dangle. She was like a rag doll.
I will never forget that night. I placed her on a blanket on the floor and turned on a protocol for her first time.
I went back behind my desk, standing and started talking about that beautiful raven haired baby laying on the mat in front of the desk.
This little lady who couldn't move a muscle all of a sudden raised her head and moved her ear in my direction.
Watch this wonderful family as they tell their story. A positive attitude is only the beginning. They focused on their solution and went for it!