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Cardiac Sarcoidosis Resolved Naturally

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

“Most of the things worth doing in the world had been declared IMPOSSIBLE before they were done.” — Louis D. Brandeis Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that affects multiple organs in the body, but mostly the lungs and lymph glands. In people with sarcoidosis, abnormal masses or nodules (called granulomas) consisting of inflamed tissues form in…

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Visual Disturbance Due to Parasites

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

When we hear the word parasites, most people think they only occur in poor and developing countries. However, parasitic infections also occur in the United States, and in some cases affect millions of people. Often they can go unnoticed, with few symptoms. But many times the infections cause serious illnesses, including seizures, blindness, pregnancy complications,…

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Tooth / Foot Connection

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

As far back as 1953, a medical doctor from East Germany, Reinholdt Voll, made the connection between the teeth and specific body organs and parts. Dr. Voll’s research proved that a seemingly insignificant process going on in the body (an interference field—an infection) is capable of producing a disturbance in the energy flow within in…

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How Safe are Vaccines?

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

In October, 2019, a thirty-one year-old female patient was forced to get the flu vaccine at the ophthalmology office where she worked. Interestingly the CDC admits that the flu vaccine at best is only 10% effective in preventing the flu. In addition to the tiny amounts of the attenuated viruses, the vaccine has a lot…

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Head Trauma, Cranial Distortions, and Leg Pain

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Craniosacral therapy is a therapeutic technique that helps re-establish the proper flow of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) throughout the spine via the dural tube. The dural tube is a membrane like a sausage casing that surrounds the brain and extends though the foramen magnum (hole at the base of the skull) and center of the…

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Hepatocellular Carcinoma Pain Reversed with Unconventional Therapy

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

According to the Mayo Clinic, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is the most common type of primary liver cancer. Hepatocellular carcinoma occurs most often in people with chronic liver diseases, such as cirrhosis caused by hepatitis B or hepatitis C infection. Hepatocellular carcinoma treatmentsas espoused by the Mayo Clinic include: Surgery. Surgery to remove the cancer and a…

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Twenty Year of Migraines and Low Back Pain Totally Resolved

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

J.G. was a 68 year-old female who suffered severe migraine headaches and low back pain for 20 years. The patient received a multitude of therapies over the twenty year period that included various medications, chiropractic manipulations and physical therapy. Unfortunately, these approaches only provided temporary relief at best. The patient’s underlying problem was an old…

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10 Years Facial, Neck, Shoulder, Low Back, and Leg Pain

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

A.C. was a 46 year-old female patient who was referred from Ottawa, Canada by her orthodontist. This patient had suffered left sided pain from the top of her head to her toes. Ten years of traditional therapy by medical and dental practitioners did not produce any lasting relief. The patient was undergoing orthodontic treatment for…

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4 Years of Incapacitating Facial Pain Resolved

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Mrs. B.G., a 44 year-old female, suffered severe incapacitated facial pain for a four year period. Mrs. G was a registered nurse in Pittsburg, PA. She had become gradually affected by facial pain to a point where she had to stop working. The pain affected not only the left side of her face but caused…

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Noises in the Head Resolved with New Dentures

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Margaret G. was 75 years‑old and presented the chief complaint of hearing noises in here head. To most practitioners, Margaret would have been view as one of those crazy patients. The dynamics are structurally based. When dentures lose vertical height they change the dynamics of cranial bone alignment and intra cranial vascular and lymphatic drainage…

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