In the summer of 2002 my son started to have seizures, and his MRI showed a large tumor on the right side of his brain. After surgeons removed it, the left side of his body became paralyzed. They told my wife and me that he might be able to walk again but would never run. He walked with the help of a walker and wore a myriad of braces to improve his stability. He had over a thousand physical, speech, and occupational therapy sessions to help regain his lost motor and cognitive functions.
At one point his physical therapist told me to stop all therapy because he wasn’t going to get any better. I still pursued many hospital programs, but the gains were only minimal. Every practitioner wanted to fix the symptoms in his body rather than resolve the underlying brain damage.
At The Family Hope Center evaluation visit, their functional brain assessment determined the extent and location of his damage. They believed that the brain could heal itself with proper stimulation. They developed a holistic approach to resolve his real problem, the brain damage. We followed the neurological patterning program at home, changed the entire family’s diet, and took advantage of their many therapies.
One of their treatments was CFT. Dr. Barry Gillespie assessed my son’s cranial motion at zero seconds. During cranial surgery, the rhythm of his brain was severely restricted. Dr. Gillespie spent the first session helping to restore better cranial motion. Although it was raining at home that night, my son felt great and insisted upon going outside to play. His mood changed, and his energy level increased dramatically. The treatment’s impact was immediate and pronounced. I was so impressed that I took Dr. Gillespie’s CFT training to treat my three other children.
In healthcare the bottom line is the effectiveness of treatment. Simply stated, does it work? I can say without reservation that the efforts of The Family Hope Center team have resulted in a dramatic improvement in my son’s cognitive and motor functions.