Polio Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
Polio is not in the public consciousness much anymore because the use of vaccines has lessened the frequency of outbreaks. For most people infected with polio, the symptoms are like a mild form of flu. But for less than one per cent of the infected population, the sensitive individual can have nerve damage, paralysis and death.
After infection causes nerve damage, the results are permanent. These people experience problems with walking gait and coordination. It wouldn’t seem that anything could help, yet I have received reports from my student-doctors that they have had success treating polio sufferers.
The husband of one polio victim described the nightly pain and twitching his wife experienced. After her first treatment sequence, the twitching and night pains stopped.