Will be treating patients from Monday-Wednesday, September 12-14th. I have some business to take care of in Atlanta so this is a short trip but I will see some patients while there. If you are interested in getting treatment, please contact my wife Lisa at her email address, email@example.com. She makes all appointments for me and handles all arrangements. There are a couple of appointments left. I would love to help you understand why you are having pain and if found to be muscular which it is in more than 90% of cases, help you learn and perform the targeted progressive resistance exercise routine that will resolve your symptoms and return you to full functional capacity.
I am performing a lecture at the Hay House I Can Do It Tour in Philly. The tour is a 3 day event from Friday to Sunday. I will be speaking on Sunday from 2- 3:30pm. You can purchase a day path for Sunday to see me and other speakers or you can get a 3 day pass if you want to see speakers over the entire event. If you would like to purchase a ticket for this event, please click on the link below.
I will also be treating patients in Philadelphia from Monday, September 19th thru Saturday, September 26th. If you would like to make an appointment for treatment, please contact my wife, Lisa at her email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. She makes all appointments for me and handles all arrangements. There are a few appointments still available but this is closing quickly as some people coming to the tour event will seek treatment as well. I hope to have the opportunity to enlighten you about why after all the treatments you have had and all the practitioners you have seen that you are still in pain if not worse pain. Learn why the Yass method is completely different from any other specialty in it’s ability to interpret the body’s presentation of symptoms and accurately identifies the correct tissue eliciting the symptoms being experienced. There is no reason to remain in chronic pain. If you are in chronic pain it can only mean that the right tissue eliciting the symptoms has not been identified and all treatments and procedures have been in vain. In 90+% of cases the cause of pain is muscular in nature and these types of causes will not show up on diagnostic tests nor is there any specialty with the proper educational or clinical background capable of diagnosing these types of causes. That is what separates the Yass method and why it needs to become the standard of care when diagnosing and treating chronic pain. I hope to see you in Philly and end your plight.