Case Studies

Stage 4 Lung Cancer Improved with Nutritional Protocol In 2 Months

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

My e-mail response to Deborah’s initial inquiry was, “What you are doing is admirable and shows your commitment to getting well however you are just throwing darts and hoping they will hit the cancer.” My approach is much more precise. Define the potential stressors: dental (root canal teeth, mercury fillings, cavitations in post-extraction wisdom teeth…

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24 years of pain, paresthesia, and malocclusion resolved in 1 hour

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

I recently lectured at one of Dietrich Klinghardt’s seminars. Following my presentation, Judith came over and asked if I could help her with her chronic pain issue. From what she described and after a cursory, hands-on evaluation, I stated that I thought her problem stemmed from cranial distortions created by the surgery. Four days after…

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6 years of post-whiplash injuries resolved in 30 minutes

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Medically Dr. Tran underwent CAT Scans to asses brain injuries but nothing showed up. She underwent osteopathic evaluation and treatment with no lasting results. Traditional medicine ran their full gamut of testing and had nothing else to offer with the exception of drug management of the pain, which she refused. While attending Dr. Smith’s January…

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Dental Cancer Connection

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

In the 1950’s Joseph Issels, MD, a well-known physician in Germany, made an incredible discovery. After treating thousands of cancer patients using conventional and alternative therapies, he came to the conclusion, that the presence of dental and tonsilar infections prevented successful resolution no matter which form of treatment was used. What an amazing observation. With…

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Loss of quality of life due to faulty Orthodontics

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Consultations with rheumatologists, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, and dentists had no answers to resolve Greg’s problems. With many hours of searching the internet, reading articles, and interviewing orthodontists all over the world Greg finally realized that his problems stemed from the combination of full mouth braces plus extraction of his wisdom teeth. These supposedly routine treatments…

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10 years of neck and back pain linked to faulty orthodontics

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Resolution of the case was by design. The Cranial Indicators developed by Dr. Smith provide the only noninvasive diagnostic approach for monitoring treatment progress. No matter what orthodontic technique being used if the orthodontist is not monitoring the direct effects of his or her treatment on your cranial bone alignment you maybe in for the surprise…

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Craniodontic Skull Teeth Connection

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

For many years dental research has studied the relationship of posture to the individual’s bite. And, unfortunately, even today most dentists believe that it is currently impossible to make a clinical diagnosis of whether the bite of each person is either normal or abnormal. Traditional dentistry has no standard that is agreed upon to evaluate…

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ALF Orthopedic Expansion

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Balancing the skull bones helps ensure a more normal neurologic and spinal function throughout the patient’s life. The conventional orthodontic treatment recommends the extraction of four healthy bicuspid teeth for a 12-year-old, Melissa T. to make room for the crowded remaining teeth. The crowding was created by the underdevelopment of the patient’s dental arches. By…

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Congestive Heart Failure Reversed With Natural Supplements

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) is a common condition within our population. CHF affects more than 4.5 million people in the USA, with nearly half a million new cases being diagnosed each year. It is also estimated that nearly 20 million people have unsuspected heart failure, and are likely to develop symptoms in the next 1-5…

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Chronic Neck Pain Dental Connection

By Dr. Gerald H. Smith

The original medical treatment plan recommended surgery to fuse the cervical vertebrae in the herniated area, C5-6. Embarking on the surgical path would have proved detrimental to the patient’s recovery. Background Patient John K. presented with a past medical history of five years of neck pain (with exacerbation during the colder months) that did not…

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