A truly unsolicited testimonial is one where permission to publish it is included in a testimonial that was not asked for. Today I got my first!
Oh, there have been many people writing to thank me for the relief they found, but I have always had to ask permission to use it.
Another surprise for this one is that the problem he had was in the ribs. Plus, his wife was able to figure a lot out by watching the free rib adjusting video I have on youtube! I tried to make that so people would have a hard time figuring it out.
To be honest, the ribs can be difficult to adjust. But, they were able to use the assisted method that I have on video. Works really well if there aren’t complicating factors.
I’m glad they did though, my main goal is to help people.
Anyway, here’s the email I just got. Very nice story about his experiences with ribs pain.
First of all, I would like to thank your wonderful book, “Self-Adjusting Technique” and the accompanying videos. Let me tell you first my story:
I’ll be 40 yrs old this year, married with a child. Late last year we decided to buy a Playstation 3 for my kid so that he would be able to experience it like other kids. Playstation 3 has a virtual game simulator called PS3 Move where you play some games like table tennis, volleyball, etc., as if they were real. There is a PS3 move controller you use to do this and of course the games that you run in the console.
In short, I got hooked up to some of these games for a while, and one night while I was trying to hard to throw a simulated round disc, the following day I found myself unable to get up the bed because of the terrible pain on my right chest. I found it really hard to take a deep breath and when I sneeze, or cough, “My goodness!” it felt like my chest was gonna get ripped or explode.
I went to the doctor after a few days when it persisted and at first, the doctor said it was only some kind of a “chill” or cold air got inside my chest muscles. I was told it was gonna be gone after a while. But two weeks everyday it felt the same or maybe worse. I tried taking pain killers over the counter, wrapped it with an ace bandage, and put some lotion for pain. Nothing was working.
So went to my family doctor and had me done an X-Ray and some blood test. It came out still ok. But I returned again and complained the same thing. She made me do some arm movements and made me identify which area hurt. I told specifically where it hurt on my right chest. She diagnosed me then having a misaligned rib and that I needed to go to a chiropractor or physiologist. However I don’t have medical insurance and our government health insurance doesn’t cover this. I have to pay like $90 and up per visit to these health professionals.
So what did I do? I tried to look up the internet to learn more about what my problem. I stumble onto your website. I also found you on youtube and your sample video on how to realign the ribs. That was very important. I asked my wife to watch it with me and I had her tried it on me. Of course it wasn’t perfect but the day that followed I already felt a change in the pain. We tried it again, and then rest of a day, tried it again, and I was starting to feel good. But I was really curious how you do it yourself, so then I decided to purchase your book. It’s all worth it than if I pay a visit to a chiro which I could not really afford.
I followed specifically the chapter on the rib alignment because that’s my problem. Tried to get used to the bending routine and applying pressure where it hurts and what direction the pressure should be. It worked like a miracle! Now I sneeze, and cough once in a while (not a smoker, but the weather) and I felt almost nothing, very minimal. I will still continue to do it coz I do it without much force and hopefully it will just be like a bad dream that’ll be gone totally when I wake up. I thank you for the videos to included in the package.
If I had not found your website, maybe I would still be feeling the pain right now. Thanks alot and hope to learn the other stuffs in this book too. It’s a goldmine. More power and God bless!
P.S. You can use my testimony in addition to what you already have. Just keep my name as it is, for privacy reasons. Thanks.