Every patient wants this outcome, but it happens so rarely in therapy.
The vast majority of adults present with many issues accumulated over a lifetime. Our typical remedial course is to revisit and clear each trauma, and over time a more open fascial web allows health to improve. Once in a blue moon, the following patient outcome may occur.
A Female Patient Shares Her Story
“Words cannot express how grateful I am for receiving the Gillespie Approach. Without a single doubt, this therapy has change my life.
Women are always talking about how they feel during menopause. For many years, I have blamed my health issues on ‘menopause.’
At first, I thought my symptoms were normal until I had to visit my primary doctor. Begrudgingly, I went. She told me she thought I had acid reflux for one issue. She had no idea for the other ones and gave me two medical referrals.
My chiropractor suggested a craniosacral doctor for all my body tightness. After only one technique during my first Gillespie Approach session, I sat up and found that my vision had dramatically improved.
The changes I experienced during the first week were just short of a miracle. I can now see clearly, my hot flashes are gone, the shape of my indented head has changed, my energy level has increased, my body tightness has improved, my brain fog has lifted, my jaw clicking quieted, the pulling in my face has ceased, and my legs are now symmetrical.
I look forward to further therapeutic gains.”
Dr. Barry Gillespie Writes
I am at a loss to explain why one outlier patient can have this immediate experience. Another adult may have three visits of therapy with a zero-second brain cycle opening to over a hundred seconds and the fascial web freeing up beautifully. Consequently, they feel little or no change and stop treatment.
I accept the mystery of healing. For now, I am happy that this one patient has had such a life-changing experience. Gillespie Approach Training can unlock the healing door for patients.
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Gillespie Approach Foundation Training is designed for students to work with children and adults.
- February 1–3 | Austin, TX
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Gillespie Approach Infant Training is designed for students to work with infants.
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