Joined: March 3, 2008
Les McCann is a jazz piano player / singer, and his story is one of many that have taught me the true nature of pain and dysfunction.
Les suffered a stroke on stage during one of his concerts. Afterward his right hand was stuck like a fist. His thumb could move, but his fingers were stuck in a clenched fist position. When he went back to playing piano he could vamp chords with his left hand but couldn?t play with the right, so he brought in a couple other instruments to take over solos.
A mutual friend referred him in to see what I could do. did I have a clue? hell no. I had no idea. I just work and apply the principles taught to me by thomas griner. it took about a dozen one hour sessions working on his forearm to his hand when one day it broke free and was reborn right before our eyes. Les cried like a baby, he knew he was free at last.
Of course his hand was weak and would take some time to regain strength, but we?ve rarely worked on it since, and Les claims the fingers on his right hand are now 98% clear, and plays fluidly with it once again.
?In the four years of therapy and all the therapists I had met before Dr Bronk, nothing can compare to the treatments of Dr Bronk. I simply can only say, thank god for Dr Bronk.?
Joined: May 11, 2004
Brian... I bet if you looked at your website statistics, you have had more click throughs within the last 2 days than you have in the last 2 weeks! If you didn't have a goal of spamming with whatever the three letter acronym of the day is for the "magic bullet" for low back pain, tell me, why did you include your web address? Your website is great for a laugh; very, very sad for those upon which you prey; and full of BS. Right now, you are posting in the "evidence-based" section on this forum. Do you really believe that we think you just posted "evidence?" Provide some evidence...