Distance Session

Number of Sessions: 2
Medical Diagnosis
(If Obtained):
Name: Richard Steele
Date of Birth: June 02/53

On October 22, 2002, Richard experienced serious vision symptoms that prompted a visit to the hospital emergency room. The symptoms disappeared overnight for four hours, and in the morning, they reoccurred and included a severe headache, loss of use of his right arm, garbled speech, inability to recognize family and friends, and severe confusion. The doctors diagnosed Richard with a TIA (mini-stroke) as he displayed symptoms typical to a stroke.

On October 23, 2002, an emergency BodyTalk session was performed by distance. The healing priority included the blood vessels on the top, left side of the brain.

After consultation with neurologists in Calgary, Richard was airlifted to Calgary. Several tests were performed, but the doctors began to wonder why they had sent him via air when all they could detect/conclude was a migraine headache.

He was kept overnight for observation and released the next day. His wife drove him to the office for another BodyTalk session. After the session, Richard's speech was garbled for a few sentences as his body repaired the damage received during the stroke to the portion of the brain that controls speech. He has no damage to his arm or ability for speech and appears to have recovered fully.