Basically I had a pinched nerve in my neck for the past year and a half from a random accident/injury. Pain eventually got so bad that I could not sleep for days on end; it was the type of pain to make a grown man cry! Forget about pain killers, NOTHING worked, Pain would go away intermittently for a few days and then come back to haunt me for another few sleepless nights of excruciating pain. This went on for about a year, eventually the pain was more constantly with me than not.
I went to every physio out there and no one could help. Eventually I went to a neurologist and he confirmed that the nerve was badly damaged. My right arm started to weaken and I lost about 30% strength in it, which is pretty damn SCARY to say the least, (your right arm is your drinking arm isn’t it?)
Long story short, a neuro expert said that a mere R40 000 operation to stop the nerve from being damaged further seemed to be the only way out. I decided to rather carry on searching for alternatives though before going under the knife.
Eventually… (And I thank the heavens for this!)… I was referred to a technique called Directed Pressure Point Technique by someone who ran the Great Wall of China a few years back to break a Guinness World Record. When he returned his back was in pain, and Directed Pressure Point Technique sorted his problem out. He swore by this treatment and insisted that I give it a try.
I have been going for three months (once a week). After four weeks, my pain started to subside and I could sleep properly again. After eight weeks, I stopped feeling any pain AT ALL, and noticed that I was starting to regain strength in my right arm, and after twelve weeks, I still have absolutely zero pain and am sleeping like a baby on horse tranquilizers. My right arm is continually getting stronger and stronger. Directed Pressure Point Technique saved me R40 000!
I appreciate it every day I wake up without pain. I would like to thank you for this amazing technique that literally changed my life. I am so grateful and will be as long as I live.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!