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  1. #61
    Jim, I've posted this elsewhere. Do you know of any articles or blogs that announce Dr Young's trials. I search stem cell news everyday and all kinds of announcements and blurbs on various test and such, but not Dr Youngs. This is incredible to me as Gerons trials for acute pateints has gotten alot of press. Let us know if you can.

    Thanks
    keeping on

  2. #62

    treatment specifics

    from: http://www.nsctherapyproject.com/Brochure.html
    What Is NSC Therapy?

    NSC is the abbreviation for Neuro Synthetic Conduction Therapy, or artificial nerve conduction. This
    new treatment has been in development since November 2007. It is non-invasive and does not require medication, surgery, or the use of any mechanical devices, but is a simple, hands-on treatment using Anatomy, Physiology and Neurological science.


    How Does It Work?

    How it works may sound easy but is rather complex. In simple terms, there are nerve endings in the
    hands and bottom of the feet called Meissner’s Corpuscles. These nerve endings are located near the surface of the skin and can only be affected by light touch. They are the switchboard for the peripheral nervous system, which courses throughout the body. These light touch receptors, or nerve endings, are similar to open wires to the nervous system. Through the use of a small portion of my thumb, I have found a way to re-stimulate -- or “jump start” -- the nervous system where paralysis has occurred in the body (rather like jumping a car battery).

    What about My Spinal Injury?

    Damage to your spinal cord will not be repaired as a result of this treatment. However, by stimulating the nervous system in the paralyzed area, the brain will be made aware of its existence, and will recognize that the currently paralyzed area of the body is now functional. The brain will reroute itssignal to further its communication of movement. This act is believed to occur through the spinalcord, para vertebral chain, and the peripheral nervous system.


    What Can This Do for Me?

    With this new line of communication, we have found that both quadriplegics and paraplegics, whether young or old, have regained both sensation and muscular control in once-paralyzed areas of the body. Within the
    5 day treatment participants have been able to voluntarily move their once paralyzed extremities and begin their road to recovery. Through the use of a Gazellestander, leg press, adductor/abductor machine, and a basic recumbent exercise bike, one can physically observe the changes in strength and movement from the once-paralyzed extremities. While this is not the cure-all for paralysis, the ability to feel and to control the movements of your formerly paralyzed muscles is the first step to recovery.

    What Is Muscle Control?

    To regain muscle control is to regain the ability to voluntarily contract and relax your individual muscle groups that were once paralyzed. The NSC Therapy treatment has had great successwith the return of:

    §Adduction of the thigh and leg
    §Abduction of the thigh and leg
    §Extension of the leg or arm
    §Flexion of the knee or elbow
    §Extension of the leg at the knee
    §Plantar and dorsal flexion of the foot
    §Inversion and eversion of the foot
    §Movement of the toes or fingers
    §Flexion and extension of the wrist
    §Use of the abdominal muscles for balance

    These are just a few of the movements which may be regained as a result of the NSC Therapy treatments. There are many more possibilities that have not yet been explored.

    What about Sensation?

    Sensation consists of the ability to feel things that could not be felt before... for example, heat, cold, pain, sweating, muscle movement, pressure on the skin, or the pinch of a needle. There are many benefits to the return of sensation.


    Spasms?

    Research by the NSC Therapy Project has shown that spasms have been reduced by more than 75%. How does this occur? With each of the 5 NSC Therapy Treatments, one begins to voluntarily control muscles in the once-paralyzed extremities; therefore eliminating the possibility of muscles receiving “mixed signals.” This process has been found to decrease…and in some cases, even eliminate…spasms altogether.


    How Much Does It Cost?

    A total of five consecutive sessions are required to obtain the best results. Each session is approximately two hours in length, and costs $1,000.00 for the 5 day program. While some improvements generally are observed following the first treatment, each treatment thereafter will result in new improvements.

    We do not accept any medical insurance or credit cards of any kind at this time. We do accept Cashier checks, money orders, personal checks, and cash.


    How To Apply

    Applications can be obtained by calling NSC Therapy at 727-204-2905.

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by Mac85 View Post
    I am going to see Ken on December 12. I will make a video of my condition before and after I see him.
    I drove 2500 miles RT just to try this therapy, the results were ZERO, so, based on my experience, you will be wasting money and time going there.
    Ken's place was very unhygienic, his black leather couches and the floor were full of his old black Labrador's & his cat's hair, when I was there, cat's eating/feeding place was on the top of the kitchen counter and table.

    Good luck.
    C.A.
    Last edited by challenged athlete; 12-04-2010 at 01:39 AM.

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by challenged athlete View Post
    I drove 2500 miles RT just to try this therapy, the results were ZERO, so, based on my experience, you will be wasting money and time going there.
    Ken's place was very unhygienic, his black leather couches and the floor were full of his old black Labrador's & his cat's hair, when I was there, cat's eating/feeding place was on the top of the kitchen counter and table.

    Good luck.
    C.A.
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  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Mac85 View Post
    Are you the one snorting cocaine
    I just was trying to share my experience @ Ken Bryant with whoever is interested of hearing it with the purpose of saving someone the hassle, money and time, but judging from your impulsive answer, my opinion is that you are not looking for info. on this therapy, but probably bringing Ken Bryant some business at other people's unnecessary expenses.

  6. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Mac85 View Post
    I am going to see Ken on December 12. I will make a video of my condition before and after I see him.
    Looking forward to seeing the videos. Good luck!
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    "Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom."
    Martin Luther King

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly_Pelican_Fly View Post
    If it was a "scam" he would be charging a lot more than $200 which lets face it probably isnt going to make him rich. I think it is just a bloke who is offering a "holistic" therapy which may just have a "placebo" effect on some of his patients. I certainly wouldnt put him in the Beike, NuTech, X-Cell category who charge 0000s for their scam therapies - they are the ones we should be persecuting.
    This reminds us all to look before you leap. Costs in health tourism have to include transport and boarding.

    As to individuals, we need to look at chiropractice, dentistry, music lessons and other one on one professional interactions. Typically an hour of contact is charged, on average, at £50. This is a good yardstick when using a healer.
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  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by chris arnold View Post
    Costs in health tourism have to include transport and boarding...As to individuals, we need to look at chiropractice, dentistry, music lessons and other one on one professional interactions. Typically an hour of contact is charged, on average, at £50. This is a good yardstick when using a healer.
    Good point about the cost of medical tourism. Travel expenses can far outstrip the costs of testing and/or treatment - though for people without excellent local health care (or particular types of services), the extra expenses are often justified.

    As to professional fees, a lot of that is determined by where one lives. 50 British pounds is equivalent to about 78 US dollars at today's exchange rate, which is half the amount charged by most physicians, dentists, PTs, bodyworkers, acupuncturists and chiropractors in my city (with specialists sometimes charging triple that amount). If Mr. Bryant practiced where I live, his fee would be in the ballpark with what other massage therapists charge; in Florida, that assessment might have to be adjusted up or down, depending on local norms.

    In any case, one would certainly expect a therapist to have a hygienic workspace, and I hope that the issues CA mentioned have been dealt with.
    Last edited by Bonnette; 12-04-2010 at 12:14 PM. Reason: clarification

  9. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by PeteShick View Post
    from: http://www.nsctherapyproject.com/Brochure.html
    What Is NSC Therapy?

    NSC is the abbreviation for Neuro Synthetic Conduction Therapy, or artificial nerve conduction. This
    new treatment has been in development since November 2007. It is non-invasive and does not require medication, surgery, or the use of any mechanical devices, but is a simple, hands-on treatment using Anatomy, Physiology and Neurological science.


    How Does It Work?

    How it works may sound easy but is rather complex. In simple terms, there are nerve endings in the
    hands and bottom of the feet called Meissner’s Corpuscles. These nerve endings are located near the surface of the skin and can only be affected by light touch. They are the switchboard for the peripheral nervous system, which courses throughout the body. These light touch receptors, or nerve endings, are similar to open wires to the nervous system. Through the use of a small portion of my thumb, I have found a way to re-stimulate -- or “jump start” -- the nervous system where paralysis has occurred in the body (rather like jumping a car battery).

    What about My Spinal Injury?

    Damage to your spinal cord will not be repaired as a result of this treatment. However, by stimulating the nervous system in the paralyzed area, the brain will be made aware of its existence, and will recognize that the currently paralyzed area of the body is now functional. The brain will reroute itssignal to further its communication of movement. This act is believed to occur through the spinalcord, para vertebral chain, and the peripheral nervous system.


    What Can This Do for Me?

    With this new line of communication, we have found that both quadriplegics and paraplegics, whether young or old, have regained both sensation and muscular control in once-paralyzed areas of the body. Within the
    5 day treatment participants have been able to voluntarily move their once paralyzed extremities and begin their road to recovery. Through the use of a Gazellestander, leg press, adductor/abductor machine, and a basic recumbent exercise bike, one can physically observe the changes in strength and movement from the once-paralyzed extremities. While this is not the cure-all for paralysis, the ability to feel and to control the movements of your formerly paralyzed muscles is the first step to recovery.

    What Is Muscle Control?

    To regain muscle control is to regain the ability to voluntarily contract and relax your individual muscle groups that were once paralyzed. The NSC Therapy treatment has had great successwith the return of:

    §Adduction of the thigh and leg
    §Abduction of the thigh and leg
    §Extension of the leg or arm
    §Flexion of the knee or elbow
    §Extension of the leg at the knee
    §Plantar and dorsal flexion of the foot
    §Inversion and eversion of the foot
    §Movement of the toes or fingers
    §Flexion and extension of the wrist
    §Use of the abdominal muscles for balance

    These are just a few of the movements which may be regained as a result of the NSC Therapy treatments. There are many more possibilities that have not yet been explored.

    What about Sensation?

    Sensation consists of the ability to feel things that could not be felt before... for example, heat, cold, pain, sweating, muscle movement, pressure on the skin, or the pinch of a needle. There are many benefits to the return of sensation.


    Spasms?

    Research by the NSC Therapy Project has shown that spasms have been reduced by more than 75%. How does this occur? With each of the 5 NSC Therapy Treatments, one begins to voluntarily control muscles in the once-paralyzed extremities; therefore eliminating the possibility of muscles receiving “mixed signals.” This process has been found to decrease…and in some cases, even eliminate…spasms altogether.


    How Much Does It Cost?

    A total of five consecutive sessions are required to obtain the best results. Each session is approximately two hours in length, and costs $1,000.00 for the 5 day program. While some improvements generally are observed following the first treatment, each treatment thereafter will result in new improvements.

    We do not accept any medical insurance or credit cards of any kind at this time. We do accept Cashier checks, money orders, personal checks, and cash.


    How To Apply

    Applications can be obtained by calling NSC Therapy at 727-204-2905.
    Bravo!!!!

    Thank you Pete! Well said, you saved me about a week of typing!


  10. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by challenged athlete View Post
    I just was trying to share my experience @ Ken Bryant with whoever is interested of hearing it with the purpose of saving someone the hassle, money and time, but judging from your impulsive answer, my opinion is that you are not looking for info. on this therapy, but probably bringing Ken Bryant some business at other people's unnecessary expenses.
    I am not trying to bring anyone business. Like I said I will post a video of me before and after the treatment. The reason I asked you the question was because I found out that there was someone driving out to see him and he was a cocaine user and that's why the treatment didn't work. I will be hundred percent honest with my experience.
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