I have been going to Directed Pressure Point Technique for about 25 years. I started going when I suffered with constant headaches and whiplash injury. I was referred by a member of my husband’s family and have never looked back. After a couple of treatments I never had headaches like that again. I have also recommended numerous people for the same problems and they too are headache free and extremely grateful for the referral.
A couple of years ago I started getting dizzy every day for a couple of weeks at a time. I went to my GP who prescribed tablets for vertigo. They did not help at all. The doctor then referred me to an ENT specialist. He too could not find out what was causing the problem. I was then referred to a neurologist who could not pinpoint what was causing the dizziness as all the tests he did were absolutely normal. He did suggest though, that I consider a spinal fusion as the 4th and 5th vertebrae were badly damaged and arthritic and that this should help with relieving the pain. I attach hereto the x-rays of my spine for your perusal.
As a last resort I decided to have Directed Pressure Point Technique treatment to see what they would say about the dizziness. He told me immediately that it was definitely as a result of my neck injury. I could not believe it. After two or three sessions the dizziness disappeared and to this day I have never suffered with that problem again. None of the specialists I had consulted believed that the dizziness was caused from my neck.
I also had a fall carrying my three year old son and damaged my coccyx. I refused surgery and instead had 3 months of Directed Pressure Point Technique treatment. My son is now 18 years old and I have never had further problems with my coccyx.
I have also been treated for digestive problems and chest pains caused through anxiety. I have maintenance sessions once a month, sometimes twice, and will continue to do so as I believe in this technique. I can highly recommend it for all types of ailments and am very grateful to have been referred to Directed Pressure Point Technique.