For 45 years some of my patients have wondered how I do it. I have worked with thousands of people with incurable conditions, many of whom have been seen by the best of the best. A significant number have responded beautifully to my approach.
I achieved these results because I looked at patients differently through the lens of the fascial web in the space-time continuum. To my knowledge no one has ever done that before. If you go down that road as a provider, I believe that answers to incurable conditions can appear.
Embryologically, each cell of the body is encased in the fascial web. It retains the strains from all the physical and emotional traumas experienced since conception. That tightness can impair the function of the body systems and result in many conditions.
The beautiful aspect of the fascial web is that it innately knows best how to heal itself. It is just waiting for someone to listen to it and facilitate the healing. It will revisit the old traumas in space (from head to toe) and time (from the present back to conception).
The therapeutic keys for the provider are to be as clear as possible and be present in the moment. In therapy you need to get out of your head, let go of your ego, and put your baggage aside. You also need to be with the patient in the now.
The most important aspect of the work is to realize that many pediatric and adult issues originate from untreated soft tissue birth traumas. They need to be worked through during therapy, but the best solution would be to work with every newborn on day one.