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Joint Pain

joint pain

Joints wear out. That is an unfortunate truth. But, there are things you can do to prevent and even reverse such damage and joint pain.

As a holistic healer I have learned a lot about joints and how to repair them. I have seen literal miracles. One of my teachers has a reputation for taking knee joints that are bone on bone and building them up so scans look like there was never anything wrong with them. He’s done the same for spinal discs.

Knees take about six months, discs take six months to a year. It all depends on several factors such as age, diet, genetics and others. The main truth here is that most people can do something to heal worn down joints.

One of the main factors in rebuilding joints is high quality supplements and herbs. I have access to supplements that are far superior than anything else I have seen in over 20 years that I have been practicing. Recently though, I have found something that is just as good for joints. You can learn more about them at this link.

Another factor has to do with how well the body absorbs and uses the nutrients. That is something that needs to checked and cleared using energy healing techniques, applied kinesiology to be specific. I can do that for you if you like, just contact me and we can set up a short phone session to find exactly what you need.

Building up joints, ending joint pain and having an active life is available to just about everyone. Get some great supplements today and end your joint pain before you know it.

 

 

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