Your Pain Diagnosis Is Wrong!

Hey it’s Adam.
If you’ve been given a diagnosis for chronic pain there’s a 97% chance your diagnosis is absolutely wrong or at least seriously incomplete.

Bulging Disc, Herniated Disc, Spinal stenosis, Fibromyalgia, Sciatica, Whiplash, Tendonitis, Torn Rotator Cuff. If you’re given any of those diagnosis there’s a 97% chance that those diagnoses are wrong.

Now, people come into my office at Zero Pain Now all the time waving their MRI results as a badge of honor. See! Herniated Disc, Bulging Disc, Stenosis.

Here’s the thing, the proof is the Neuroscience, the scientific studies have shown those things don’t cause pain. They’re there. They show up on your X-rays and on your MRI’s and CT scans, but they have nothing to do with pain.
The proof is in.

So, it’s an incomplete diagnosis because yes it’s there but it’s not the the cause of your discomfort.
There’s a reason we have a 97.4% success rate with the Zero Pain Now Process. There’s a reason we got a write up with 100% success from the Mayo Clinic – that every single person was pain free and their cases were closed in 28 days.

The reason is the problem isn’t structural. That’s why nothing you’ve tried has worked. That’s why none of the doctors or chiropractors or pharmacists or surgeons could have help you get better because they were treating something medically that isn’t a medical problem.

So what do you do?

Well the cause of almost all chronic or subacute pain originates in the brain then there are physical changes that results in pain, tingling, burning, numbness and weakness.

So what do you do today? Go to watch the video that’s called “How This Works” so you’ll undestand exactly what is causing your pain and what isn’t. And then you can make the necessary changes to heal your own pain.

You don’t need me or the doctors or the surgeons or the pharmacists or the chiropractors or the physical therapist.
You can do it yourself.

Great tip for today.
Go do that now.
You deserve to have a pain free life.
Here’s your pain free life.
I’ll see you soon.

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