Revolutionary Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries
New neuromuscular massage therapy helps paralyzed victims regain mobility
Randolph, NJ – (Release Date TBD) – In this age when victims of serious car accidents, and the like, survive due to prompt medical attention, the tragic consequence of severe injuries may be that while the victim survives, their lives may never be the same again. If they damaged their spinal cord, they may never be able to walk – confined to a wheelchair for the rest of their lives.
With such a bleak prognosis, a ray of hope comes in the form of a revolutionary approach in treating the after-effects of spinal cord injuries. In Spinal Cord Injured Can Walk Againby Bernard S. Cytryn, LMT MA0003352, the author describes the “hands-on technique” that has enabled him to achieve amazing success with supposedly hopeless cases involving not only injuries to the spine but also to those who are victims of a stroke, Parkinson’s, Lou Gehrig’s disease, ALS, and Muscular Dystrophy, Duchenne, Alzheimer’s, Brain Injury, Child Disabled, Hands and Feet Disabled and other neuromuscular disorders. With over twenty-six years dealing with patients, Cytryn has used his method to improve walking, regain arm and leg movement, reconstruct the twisted fingers of stroke victims, as well as those with foot drop and clubfoot., and other physical disabling.
Illustrated with before and after photographs, the book deserves serious attention: from those in the medical and health field interested in knowing more about these techniques, to the patients and their families who want to know about other options in therapy and rehabilitation. Written by an author passionate about his mission to help others, and described in careful detail, Spinal Cord Injured Can Walk Again is for those who wish to do something to help these patients and to do it now. Bernard S. Cytryn, a neuromuscular massage therapist license number MA0003352, is making regular contributions to our newsletter. Bernard uses “hands-on” therapy and has experienced remarkable success with one of our members who, once a paralyzed quadriplegic, is now walking and is gainfully employed. Bernard believes that others can be helped as well with his holistic approach and technique.
You could contact the author at these numbers:
New Jersey number-973-895-4513
I graduated in year 1979 from the School of Massage at Gainesville, Florida. In year 1979 to 1990, I was associated at The Country Club of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia as a Health Club Manager, and massage therapist, etc. I studied Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, and related subjects. I was born at Kielce, Poland. I am a Jewish Holocaust Survivor, my immediate family were murdered by the Nazis during World War II. At age of 12 years old, I was incarcerated at Auschwitz Concentration death camp, and many more camps, I was liberated on April 27, 1945, I enlisted in the United States Armed Forces and served with the Brooklyn, Bronx, New York National Guard, Incorporated with the Idaho National Guard and served at Korea, in the 116th Engineer Combat Battalion, from 1950 to 1952, rank of Corporal with Honorable Discharge, I am thankful to the American soldiers who saved my life and others. I reside at Pompano Beach, Florida. I have two children and five Grand children. I have helped people to regain arm/leg movements, to become functional again and lead a normal and useful life.
A great book..tells you everything about spinal cord injury..must read!!!
amazing book must read