Susan Wigley, DC
1175 Saratoga Ave Ste: 18
San Jose, CA 95129 United States
Successful Elimination of Pelvic Pain and Hypersensitivity
A female patient, age 33, presented herself with front pelvic pain and hypersensitivity in her stomach.
A nutritional valuation discovered an allergy against glutin. Dr. Wigley recommended the elimination of sugar and wheat from the daily diet. As a result, the pain was eliminated immediately. Within four months the patient lost 40 pounds and three dress sizes (from 16 to 10).
The hypersensitivity had been removed within one and a half months based on a combined laser and organ treatment (relaxation of organs). Based on additional chiropractic treatment the back of the patient has become much more stable.
The complete treatment cycle finished after 3-4 months. The patient started a regular maintenance cycle to sustain the results (particularly spine) afterwards.
The patient has been ecstatic and full of joy ever since her physical conditions have changed. She has children and enjoys life with them now.
Successful Healing Upper and Mid-Back Pain from Injury
A male patient of age 41 (surgeon) suffered from constant upper to mid back pain. The pain was initiated from the consequences of a bicycle accident a few years prior. The patient even used a tens unit to function within debilitating pain during surgery. A hyperkyphotic curve was diagnosed as an additional contributing factor.
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A chiropractic program was applied for one year (one session a week). The treatment showed quick results. The tens unit was eliminated after the first two weeks. The following 8 months of treatment served to stabilize everything with a subsequent maintenance period of about three months.
Unfortunately, the patient incurred a car accident during the maintenance period. As a result, another six months period of stabilization had to be applied.
The patient has been well ever since the treatment program has been completed. Now the patient is on a preventative maintenance schedule to improve the conditions even further.