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"sayaka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"sayaka" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"sayaka" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"sayaka" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"sayaka" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"If you can't take away more of the irritants Then we'll get rid of more of the inflammation but stem cells by far You should usually injunctions with that usually take t O. What you know, to get Just one of those typically done once. Yeah. If you're putting two billion cells in and they divide 4,000,000,008, 16, 32 and onward. That's why people get such significant benefit. You could look at the website. Dr Kau that net DRC l dot net. We've got great videos on excruciating cluster headaches. Gentleman could not function now back to work. Great guy who said Greenbrae again was blown up in a vehicle couldn't function couldn't work was passed around through all the different V A hospitals. And now is in law school. So I tease him that he's complaining that having to do you read for law schools really harden? I said, pal, You've been through a lot worse. And you know, how can you complain about law school when you were in Blown up in a vehicle and I think in Afghanistan's Greenbrae, macular degeneration and mess also Kaleida, COPD, diabetes, stroke out timers. Um, Parkinson's. So the list goes on and on. So you want to take a look at that and see Um how well it works for much more so severe disorders, but certainly I think that it's the ideal for rheumatoid. It's great people could look at your good If they look at the website, you'll see all that information. It's hard for you to look in search and use a million different search titles to try to gather, but the information is there. Well, he was talking about fish oil of I'm a proponent of that. What do you think that those should be for very stressing the person depending upon You know what their blood test shows? Some people take two or three capsules a day. Of the EPA, dhe fish oil. So again, it's hard for me to say that you Carlo have to take this or that without looking at your blood test. So that's why we tell people the first step, you know. Come in. I take your history I examine you. We, You know, do the blood test and then we show you everything about you. So this is Carlos. Testing? This is Carlos. Heart function. This is Carlos. You know these air his vitamin levels, etcetera. Hormone levels and then we correct accordingly. Okay. Thank you very much. Take a look at the website P R C A l don that Dr cal dot net. I'd love to help you and your wife out. Give us called the office 516794. 040 for Thank you again for the cold. Let's go to Louise. How are you? Hi. Hello? Yes. How are you? Oh, yes, some good. I just like to ask you what is the good level for vitamin C in your system really should be between 80 and 100. That's for all the good things happen, According to medical research, you know worldwide Social levels or nine. That's horrible if you're 30 years barely above what's expected, but you don't want to be what's expected. You wanna have a level that's gonna give you good functions, so we test levels first. Then we make recommendations for the vitamins and try to make sure you're d levels Get 80 to 100 this year. I'm sorry. Um, my level is 30 30. That's putting it out with 30 is low the reins 30 to 100. 30 is the lowest end of theoretically normal, but I don't think you're getting much benefit 30. You know for some people that come into the willow will give him a vitamin D shot of the office, which is an oil based time release vitamin D 50,000 units, but it's absorbed slowly from your muscle. Your glue your your butt muscle. Into your body over the course of a month so it could hold your levels up. We've tested How will that be? Shot will hold up. We might also give you some more vitamin D. Now my doctor fitted. Take 1000 a day. Well, if your father recommendation and we check your levels, you're still gonna be low. Yeah, it is. 1000 a day is not going to be able to Improve your levels of vitamin D cause 1000 Day of vitamin D just as every other color I've spoken to Uh, 1000 D is just not going to get you. You know where you need But if you take 1000 days, you retest that then you can determine exactly Where the 1000 brings you. And for most individuals, we go to the 5000 day and re checked to make sure they're in that range so I wouldn't know until we were able to test Mm hmm. Yeah, because my son says I should take 5000. Well, you have to have it mattered. I wouldn't just win it and do it on your own. You've got to get the full vitamin panel done. Lot of its will be put together for you. And then you re test to make sure you're the perfect range. That's what we do. I mean, all day long. And one of our patients in New Jersey come in on Saturday because there's no traffic. My daughter thinks she doesn't want to take it because it can suffice. Your veins. No such thing. Never. That's a lie. I don't know anywhere. No, but he'd never cast if I serve veins. Vitamin D decreases cancer risk. It's great for bones and osteoporosis. There's not a stitch of research in the world that said, taking vitamin D will calcify your veins? Never. How to know who told her that But you know, you have to look at all the great research in front of me. I think the last time I looked just add vitamin D alone. Scholar Google. Just putting in vitamin D under the study of the The study, you know, headings. Vitamin D. We have 3,450,000 studies. Not just all you have vitamin D is good. Vitamin D is nice. Um, it's you know, medical studies. So three million studies on vitamin D So they obviously You know love to study that, and it's because it creates so many benefits, so That one will say vitamin D causes plaque. That's wrong, So I Thank you for your call for mines Rubble If you'd like to call in to ask a question you could do so now. Let's go next to Gail in Westchester County. How are you? Good morning, doctor. See, it's so refreshing to hear someone say. I lost my train of thought. And that's part of my question. OK? Oh, too much Spanish Seasia. But you know, I have had 11 next city. I'm not back together. Myriad of different things that I'm 70, which isn't Get on up to all but vitamins. I've never I've never really taken up. And I hear that all your patients sounds so shabby. Outside of it. You know what it is? Is people like yourself who want to call? Ask a question. Find out learn. That's the greatest thing I think. Yeah, there seemed to be two different people in The world in general. People want a lot of people who don't the ones who don't wanna learn. Get sick. They fall apart. We wonder why then and there are people that I see that are like that. You know, I try toe. Stimulate him. Change him. Give him a little bit of something to read and look at it, Get him excited and everything. But then there are people who want to learn, learn, learn, learn, which is me and certainly a lot of money in all my patients because they want to learn what their bodies doing, how they can fix things, how they can make it better so Yeah. So you had a laminate to me. So you had Now Harris for generations. I know you all like there was go on Google and ask the question and became a pair for Miss Andy came man, The dog that was shot that I even knew that word. But I mean, put yours, okay, but I mean, but now there's still something. Okay, so let's look at the structure of your low back. You have your cord spinal cord running inside the vertebral area, not through the vertebrae body. But don't get too heavy with so the spinal cord comes out that branches to nerve roots off the CODIS, Kenya muscles and your organs. You had 11 it to me, because either the just became so flattened or the disk radiated and then you needed to cut away the bone to give the nerve some wiggle room. Oh, the nerve. You're Sadik nerve right down your glute your butt muscle because above through or below the performance muscle. So then the performance which goes from the safe from across To the outer side of your hip, your leg? Yeah, If that muscles and spasms squeezing of a nerve, you have pain. So you want me to do either some injections, some stretching physical therapy massage. Help to try to correct that. Sometimes we inject the ligaments of the sake really, Jack area and that'll have to stabilize the area so that you don't have your Sayaka. Because it's something is always in there. And you know some bet it hurts. I mean, adults may there are a variety of things that could affect The cord as it goes down all the way to your tailbone or the branches off.

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You breathe hard. Your body is designed to move. Men were designed to move heavy things. By the way, if you're able Were designed to pick up heavy things. Testosterone. You see all these billboards for low T. Guys, sugar and lack of movement will cause that low T faster than anything else. You're low T is not caused by a lack of testosterone injections. Hear me when I say that your low t that you have is not caused by just the fact you've gotten older. I understand that is the current crisis care model of thinking. Listen to me when I say this, there are people that are 90 95 100 years old. You're living independent. They're living with energy with zest in there, not having difficulty with their testosterone. By any means. So movement is an essential to life. We should not minimize The impact of the lack of movement on our on our biology on our physiology how our body works. So the first thing we have to do when it comes to self care is make sure their bodies are moving on a daily. I said daily basis. And then the last essential to the fifth. Essential is a balanced nervous system. Remember your nervous system? Consists of brain and spine, Of course, your brain spinal cord control everything. And there's two parts of your nervous system. There is that fight or flight response within the nervous system that causes you to Um, get out of a bad situation quickly. This is the bear In the woods analogy. You see a bear in the woods Come upon a bear in the woods. Your nervous system that fight or flight, sympathetic, nervous system is going to kick into gear. You're going to get out of there quickly, and it's going to save your life. Now you're not gonna digest food. When you do that when you're running from a bear. Do you really need to digest breakfast? No. But the blood supply within your body's gonna pull to your are really to your legs more than anything else gonna go away from your vital organs, so the process is within your body that is usually dedicated to rebuilding and rejuvenating in Repairing is then going to be dead dedicated to survival. This is a survival mechanism within the body. Thank God for it we need. It helps us to even get out of bed in the morning but should be saved for those fighter flight situations. The other part of our nervous system is rebuild, rejuvenate repair healing, and that's where we should be spending the bulk of our time. In and yet because of one the mind and what we allow ourselves to look at, such as the news and two is physical traumas. Physical traumas. Pain plays a direct role in how your nervous system is balanced and how it's functioning. One of the biggest sources of trauma and damage is physical trauma to the spine itself. Under the spine actually surrounds and protects the brain stem the spinal cord, the nerves and if you have physical trauma, whether that be your car accidents and injuries and slips and falls Or it's repetitive stress. Like how you're working. You're moving your ergonomics How you're sitting Where your head is. Is your head flex forward? Is it looking at a computer screen is looking at your phone. You know you're ergonomics plays a huge role in the stress on the physical part of your nervous system. She responded court that say that someone who is stuck and fight or flight Long enough. They're gonna age prematurely. If you really look at how you can determine someone's age, you know, there's a lot of talk about looking at the hair looking at the skin looking at the eyelids. And the hands perhaps, and those are all maybe good ways of from the exterior, seeing how someone is either aging appropriately or maybe even prematurely. But I want to give you a different perspective on this because as a Max living doctor and I take X rays and see people spines all day. It's really interesting how you can see someone spine and determine how they're doing on the inside. As far as how rapidly the raging I'll give an example I had a Gentlemen, come in. He does work as a bricklayer. He's really active. Um, he has been active for generally his his entire life, but he's fairly young he's in his early is early fifties. And we're talking and you know, he just says, Hey, my back really hurts. I heard it Several years ago. Being a bricklayer didn't help and I slipped in the bathtub. One time. It kind of went out kind of healed on its own. And then here recently, I I also heard it by just kind of been in over doing something silly and then could really get up. And it seems like such a simple thing as he's talking about it. You know, just a couple weeks ago here, this problem was in his lower back, and now he's got what he calls Sayaka. You know the shooting pain that goes down to like. To unnerve scan. This is a simple nerve scan service. CMG reads electricity from the spine. Going out from the nerves. That's what happens with the nervous system. The brain sends a signal from the brain down the spine out through the nerves to every Oregon. Every cell. Every tissue in your body is actually under control Your nervous system. And, you know, look at the scan. This scan just lights up really doesn't tell me a whole lot because it's so much red all over the place, and by the way, when you have a problem at the foundation of your spines, your lower back, it's really gonna throw off everything. It really is. The base of the base of your building has a weak foundation. Well, you know, I wouldn't really feel safe on the top floors. And so that's what happens with your spine is something that's problematic at the very bottom. The very ground floors. The sacrum l four l five area was really gonna throw off the entire thing. So scan didn't tell me a whole lot, except for there was a problem there. Then I go to take X rays. Take X rays and boom. So here he is. He has not just a lower back ache or sigh Attica, his l four and l five..

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You sweat when you breathe hard. Your body is designed to move. Men were designed to move heavy things. By the way, if you're able Were designed to pick up heavy things. Testosterone. You see all these billboards for a low T Guys, sugar and lack of movement will cause that low T faster than anything else. You're low T is not caused by a lack of testosterone injections. Hear me when I say that. You're low T that you have is not caused by just the fact you've gotten older. I understand that is the current crisis care model of thinking. Listen to me when I say this, there are people that are 90 95 100 years old. They're living independent. They're living with energy with zest in there, not having difficulty with their testosterone. By any means. So movement is an essential to life. We should not minimize The impact of the lack of movement on our on our biology on our physiology how our body works. So the first thing we have to do when it comes to self care is make sure their bodies are moving on a daily. I said daily basis. And then the last essentials of the fifth. Essential is a balanced nervous system. Remember your nervous system? Consists of brain and spine. Course. Your brain spinal cord control everything. And there's two parts of your nervous system. There is that fight or flight response within the nervous system that causes you to Um, get out of a bad situation quickly. This is the bear In the woods analogy. You see a bear in the woods Come upon a bear in the woods. Your nervous system that fight or flight, sympathetic, nervous system is going to kick into gear. You're going to get out of there quickly, and it's going to save your life. Now you're not gonna digest food. When you do that when you're running from a bear. Do you really need to digest breakfast? No. But the blood supply within your body's gonna pull to your are really to your legs more than anything else gonna go away from your vital organs, so the process is within your body that is usually dedicated to rebuilding and rejuvenating in Repairing is then going to be dead dedicated to survival. This is a survival mechanism within the body. Thank God for it we need. It helps us to even get out of bed in the morning but should be saved for those fighter flight situations. The other part of our nervous system is rebuild, rejuvenate repair healing, and that's where we should be spending the bulk of our time. End And yet because of one the mind and what we allow ourselves to look at, such as the news and two is physical traumas. Physical traumas. Pain plays a direct role in how your nervous system is balanced and how it's functioning. One of the biggest sources of trauma and damage is physical trauma to the spine itself. Over the spine actually surrounds and protects the brain stem, Hispanic or the nerves. And if you have physical trauma, whether that be your car accidents and injuries and slips and falls Or it's repetitive stress. How you're working. You're moving your ergonomics How you're sitting Where your head is. Is your head flex forward? Is it looking at a computer screen is looking at your phone. You know you're ergonomics played a huge role in the stress on the physical part of your nervous system to respond in court that's like that. Someone who is stucked and fight or flight. Long enough. They're gonna age prematurely. If you really look at how you can determine someone's age, you know, there's a lot of talk about looking at the hair looking at the skin looking at the eyelids. And the hands perhaps, and those are all maybe good ways of from the exterior, seeing how someone is either aging appropriately or maybe even prematurely. But I want to give you a different perspective on this because as a Max living doctor and I take X rays and see people spines all day. It's really interesting how you can see someone spine and determine how they're doing on the inside. As far as how rapidly the raging I'll give an example I had a Gentlemen, come in. He does work as a bricklayer. He's really active. Um, he has been active for generally his his entire life, but he's fairly young he's in his early is early fifties. And we're talking and you know, he just says, Hey, my back really hurts. I heard it Several years ago. Being a bricklayer didn't help and I slipped in the bathtub. One time. It kind of went out kind of healed on its own. And then here recently, I I also heard it by just kind of been over doing something silly and then could really get up. And it seems like such a simple thing as he's talking about it. You know, just a couple weeks ago here, this problem was in his lower back, and now he's got what he calls Sayaka. You know the shooting pain that goes down to like. To unnerve scan. This is a simple nerve scan service. CMG res electricity from the spine. Going out from the nerves. That's what happens with the nervous system. The brain sends a signal from the brain down the spine out through the nerves. Every Oregon every cell. Every tissue in your body is actually under control your nervous system. And, you know, look at the scan. This scan just lights up really doesn't tell me a whole lot because it's so much red all over the place, and by the way, when you have a problem at the foundation of your spines, your lower back, it's really gonna throw off everything. It really is. The base of the base of your building has a weak foundation. Well, you know, I wouldn't really feel safe on the top floors. And so that's what happens with your spine is something that is problematic at the very bottom. The very ground floors. The sacrum l four l five area was really gonna throw off the entire thing..

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"sayaka" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"17 erect this traffic report brought to you by the Desert Institute. First find care if you have back pain. Do what I did Go to Sayaka dot com Voted top Phoenix magazine's top doctor 12 years in a row that Sayaka Dotcom mostly clear tonight with a low of 65 Tomorrow Sunny with a high of 93 right now, in Phoenix. Partly cloudy skies 92 degrees Weathers you by Howard Air. I'm Jeff Malone on Arizona's news station. A our news for General Seo Yu, who is on your list, So I guess I'm debating you not him to get the final word. Well, it's hard to get anywhere with this clown. All right, get us a chat show. We're here on Election Day into election night. How are we doing in America? But county Joining us now is Adrian Fontas Maricopa County Reporter. Adrian, How are you today? I'm doing great. How are you all doing this afternoon? We're doing great. So will we be done counting votes tonight or is going to go into this week and next week Give us an update. Yeah, well, a cz. You know, we're never done on election night, and it's rare. If ever that will be done through Election week, right? We have such a robust early voting system and so many hundreds of thousands of our voters. We'll drop those early ballots off on election day. But in order to be precise and make sure that we're on Ly tabulating the valid ballots, we've got to go through that process, But this year we're going to be publishing new results, not just on Thursday. We're going to begin on Wednesday tomorrow will have new results. Then more on Thursday and Friday. We've streamlined the system. We're gonna have more results per day than we've ever had in the past. So by the time we get to the end, it'll be a lot quicker. Although again you're not going to get final results tonight, and you guys started counting votes a week earlier. Can you explain that to our audience? Sure, Arizona has had a lot of practice and counting mail in ballots, and for many, many years we had with. We had a week before Election Day to start tabulating the ballots after processing them out of the envelopes. We had a bipartisan team of legislators look at this and work with Democrat and record and Republican recorders and election directors across the state, and I think it was just this last session. We increase that from seven days 14 days as a matter of law to begin tabulating those ballots, so that old bottleneck that used to exist Does not exist, and that's why tonight you're going to see about 1.5 million ballots reported out. Att. Eight PM versus the on ly 800,000 that you saw in 2016. So while the counting is going to be quicker, and you will see bigger volume on that first drop at eight PM We're still gonna have several daysworth moving forward beyond that. Adrienne Francis joins us Maricopa County Recorder. What's the process like? Are you guys going? 24 7? I know Pennsylvania's already said We're shutting down a 10 tonight. We'll start again tomorrow morning. I just find that to be absolutely insane. I think we kind of know that these these times they're coming and I'm sure some people are willing to put in some extra effort. Yeah, well, you know, let's not forget. We have been running our election system for at least the last 27 days during early voting on it takes a heck of a lot of time and energy to make these things happen. Our folks want to get it done right? And we want to get it done accurately. And in order to do that, we've got to make sure that our folks are operating at peak potential. The whole time, so we don't want to drag people for 18 2024 hours a day. That just doesn't make any sense, particularly when we're dealing with, you know the individual right to vote and getting it done properly. The first time Now I can't tell you what's happening in Pennsylvania. But here in Maricopa County, in partnership with the Board of Supervisors and all the rest of the stakeholders We have increased the number of folks in our election department. We have increased our capacity with the new tabulation system, and we have significantly increase our efficiency in progress as we move forward, So when you go, you can't really go apples to apples because we've got so many new voters in America, the county, but, uh, you can look at the process generally and sort of look at what are what are system is able to handle and it's a far cry from where we were four years ago, and I'm I'm really proud to be part of improving those processes Agent my partner, Chad is the Energizer Bunny doesn't sleep and all he does is work. You need to come down there and help you count ballots because it started by the time we close. No, but I'll help him relax because a buddy of mine was telling me that he thought I was getting stressed out and he made me listen to William Shatner's version of Bohemian Rhapsody. Anything will disturbing into zombie like state. Listen to that. And it'll distract you, man. I cannot believe I got in. I got 54 seconds into that thing. And I thought I need to get back this election stuff. How many terrible how many people voted in America of a county so far. Right now we're at 100,000 in person voters. That is on top of that. Just today, That's on top of 100,000 in person voters that we've had during the 27 days of early voting. Before Election Day. Uh And so if you add that on top of the more than 1.63 million ballots that we've already received back in the mail We're going gangbusters. A zit moves as we move forward. Like I said tonight at 8 P.m.. We think we will already have completely processed and be ready to report out. Something like 1.5 million ballots, which is absolutely unprecedented here in America of County. All right, Adrienne Fontaine just knows Okay from reality. Open your eyes. I regret everything. I regret it and see Freddie Mercury is turning over and whatever he's turning over in Adrienne Francis Maricopa County Recorder. Thanks for bringing that up going to listen to this crap all day. Good Lord of have mercy on both of you. Thanks, man. I got a little bit more of that. Thanks. That's that's Shatner at his.

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Gaining victory in the areas. Of your life that I believe are the most important outside of your spirituality would be your health. Which some might argue is interconnected with your spirituality anyway. Your health. And sometimes here's what I find, or here's what I hear from the community or patients or people who I talked to on a regular basis. Say, Doc. I know I'm healthy. Thank you for all that you do. Thank you for your influence, but I'm already healthy. I go to my doctor and they tell me I'm healthy. My numbers look great. Cholesterol's down. My my. My blood pressure is good. Everything is fine. In here this person is on multiple medications. Blood work looks good because it's being controlled. And every time he goes to His doctor. Do the tests. Everything checks out and what do they give him? Clean bill of what of health? The challenge with that is, if we're just looking at markers of disease in waiting for those markers of disease to be elevated. And then what do we do? We treat it with an outside an intervention without ever necessarily addressing cause What are we doing? Some might call that band aid care. Some might call that symptom relief. Some might call that delaying the hurt and I'm gonna give you a good example of that. I had a patient who came in who has had severe lower back pain. She's had Sayaka. So this is the nerve that stems from your lower back. L four No. Five s one goes down into the legs and she comes into the office. She's had this problem for 10 years. And on her paperwork. She notes that she has a slight scoliosis in just a bit of arthritis. Those were her exact words. And I'm talking with her and I in touching her spine, and I noticed there's a problem in your lower back, and I also noticed there's a curvature and when I feel this This type of curvature. That's not a slight curvature. But I always do testing anyway to confirm everything. So we start with this nerve scans. The nerve scan reads electrical activity of the spine. If you've ever had an E K g. This is very much like an E. K g of the heart. This reads the electricity of the spine, though, so it's reading electricity coming from the spine and nervous system. I love this technology because it can show me where there's pressure building up where damage to the nerves is being done. Noninvasive not like medical tests where you'd have poking of needles and things like that. We literally run this instrument down the spine at every single level. There's 24 individual movable bones in your spine, and this can read where there's damage to any one of those areas. In the scan is lighting up at virtually every single level in this lady's spine, and she's a brand new patient, not doing the tests, and I'm seeing what the scan is. And I sat down with her. I said, Listen, Were you in some type of injury? Your accident and she says, no, no, no injury that I can recall And she says, Wait a second. I remember when I was younger. Probably in my early thirties. I had a car accident. I said, Well, tell me about the car accident, she said. I'm in my thirties. I hada cracks Ident. I rolled my car six times. She said, But I walked away. I was fine. I said, Well, how did you know you were fine, she said. Why had X rays? I went into the medical doctor, and they said I was fine. What That means, by the way in a severe car accident or some type of major injury When you go into the hospital, maybe it's an E R. Maybe it's your local medical doctor. They take X rays there looking for fractures in breaks. They're not looking for alignment or long term damage. But that's not their scope. That's not their job, and they told her that she was fine now. They gave her three things most relaxers, pain medications and anti inflammatories. Now, here's what's interesting, she said. I I took the muscle relaxers speaks. I started getting some tightness. I didn't take the other medications, and she said, I felt fine. She said. Now I started getting a little bit of numbness in my lower back. My back would go out on me every now and then. And she said Now for the last three years, I've had this cyanotic nerve pain. She said. I've been the PTS and I've been to the doctor's, and they've done three injections. Now in I would wanted to know if you can help. Any time I see a scan like hers and feel what I felt we do. X rays and X rays can really tell you where the bones or position where the nerves are being damaged. Ultimately what the effects on the body will be now when I look at X rays not only looking for fractures and brakes. What I'm looking for is how are the joints misaligned? What's the position of globally of the spine? So with digital X rays, we can now measure the joints down to the millimeter. To find out exactly where the pressure is building up where the damage is being done. And then ultimately what's the effect on the body? And then what to do about that? And when we take your X rays Member, she said she had a slight scoliosis. She had a 37 degrees scoliosis to give you a reference. 370.10 degrees or more is scoliosis when somebody gets 40 degrees arm or that's when they're considering. Surgery. So the rides those Harrington rides in the spine. They fillet you open like a fish, and they shove those rods in your spine. She's 37 degrees. She's miserable. She has She has scoliosis. She has Sayaka She's been given most relaxes pain medications, anti inflammatories. She's had the injections. I asked her. Wins last time she had actually is done. No, she told me. She didn't she had In an M R I and that was it. So she had an.

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Did he say? She said. They said that they Congar o in there and clean out the disk. And that's going to be the answer, and I said, Well, what's your thoughts on that? And she said, I want to do everything I can to stay off the surgeon's table. I said Great. You're in the right place. Let's see what we can do. We did the A scan of the surface CMG scan of the spine. It reads the electricity coming out of the spine. It's doing it through the musculature, so it's pretty incredible technology. It's technology developed by NASA engineers very similar to this to the technology used in the E K G. For your heart. E. K G for the heart. It's reading electricity of the heart. This is reading the electricity coming from the spine through the muscles and We saw her skin when I did a scan. The skin should be and should have green bars that are even on both sides, very even bars that are balanced her scan where she was dealing with the Sayaka going down her left leg. Said her skin lit up in the slot in the lower back where the nerves are the exit the spine clearly showing there's a problem there, but a scam like this doesn't necessary. Tell me what's causing it yet so we take X rays. And boom There was you could see the problem that she had on her X rays clears day She had a curvature of her spine in her lower back, You may have heard the term scoliosis before she had a scoliosis like curve developing in her lower back. In there's pressure on the joints. The joints were actually degenerating because there's so much pressure has built up there for so long, So she was in phase two degeneration. There's three phases of degeneration. She's in Phase two. And I saw the problem. We talked about what the problem was, and I told her I said, I believe my job initially is is a teacher. I I believe that Dr means teacher, I said Mike my job right now, before we do anything. Is to teach you how to properly take care of this old ultimately, so you don't have to deal with this problem for the rest. Of your life, and she says, that's great. That's what I want to do. And so we walked through exactly how to correct it. I showed her exercises to do at home what she was gonna have to do on her end and then how she's going to be able to take pressure off with very specific. Adjustments and rehabilitation again so she doesn't have to deal with the issue and you can stop the degeneration in its tracks. That is the good news technology and technique and All the developments in science. You could actually stop the degenerative process as long as you know what to do and how to do it. And so we walked through that. And, you know, Sure Enough, Now she's got no more psychic nerve pain. She no longer is taking her muscle relaxers or the pain relievers. She she had a follow up visit with the spinal surgeon. She actually canceled that because She has no more Sayaka. She's got no more pain. She's working fine. Now she's on concrete all day long and doing just fine. Now, here's the thing. She's actually known that she's had problems there for the last 10 years. She's known She's had problems she had. What happened was she had a car accident about 10 years ago, and she described it is not a big deal while she was t boned, and now I've talked about two people during the show that had been t boned. She was T boned. She felt stiffness in her lower back. She's had this Numbness into her leg that seemingly did not go away. She thought is diabetes for awhile. They diagnosed it with neuropathy. And then she waited for her to get so bad until she was You know, just maybe months away from being on a surgeon's table before she took this seriously. If our problems started 10 years ago, when we would When do you think she would have wanted to know about that? If a problem started degenerating 10 years ago. When would she have liked to get a handle on this? So she didn't develop that phase two degeneration in arthritis there. I think she would have wanted to know about that 10 years ago, however, there's so many times where we know our health issues. We know what to do. And it's really a matter of doing it. You know there is a John Maxwell said. I think it was John Maxwell. He said. Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four of them decide to jump off how Muneer left, you might say one. The answer is five because Deciding is not doing knowing what to do is not actually doing it. You've got to take action. If you have listen, If you have Sayaka, you have let's say headaches if you have health problems right now to take action with your health. Go for it. What do you have to lose? You have one life. You have listened. Health is your greatest asset. When you lose your health, you lose everything. What do you have to lose when it comes to your health? You have everything, but you have everything to gain if you get it back, So if you have sat, Icka, let's say you have neck pain. If you have shoulder issues if you have none this going into your legs or into your feet or maybe a back pain. Don't wait on these things They tend to get worse over time. There's different routes of treating your health problems. My job is to teach you how to correct it and not only do that, but also identify the cause. Remember, the cause is the cure, and that's why we do the.

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Democrats are asking Governor do see to take action in a letter Arizona House Democrats requesting do cuz Arizona share of cares Act funding. To increase the weekly unemployment benefit. Among other things, you can read more about their requests at dot com and Scottsdale's police chief was stepping down Allen Rod Bell, announcing today he will retire December 1st to pursue an opportunity in the private sector. Rod Bells law enforcement career began in 1976. He spent nearly 19 years with Scott COPD. Rod Bell has been the chief of Scott's COPD since 2003 and his announcement comes not long after a temp ease police chief Sylvia Moyer step down. That was just last month. Well, the Friday drive not quite over yet. Let's check it out with detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. A couple of things on the freeway is not quite the way we want to see him just yet. The westbound I can trying to get across the downtown and even out West. It's a problem all the way out West slow and go from the 51 into the tunnel. Then there's more slow and go from 35th Avenue, just 75th Avenue, then a little spot approaching Dieter Rodent. You think that'd be enough? But it's not. There's more slowing from the 303 up two burrata way. And if you're eastbound, I turn. There's another three mile backup coming eastbound Everard away as well. Now north bound by 17 near Anthem, got a grassfire and I do see that is causing some slowing in the area. Chandler is a factor as well. So be careful up there in the North Valley and westbound one, the one you get a couple extra minutes slowing between Cave Creek. Seventh Avenue Westbound traffic report brought to you by Desert Institute for spying care If you have back pain, do what I did and go to Sayaka dot com voted top Phoenix magazine's top doctor 12 years in a row that Sayaka return and overnight clear.

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"sayaka" Discussed on Advanced Casuals

Advanced Casuals

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on Advanced Casuals

"It just satisfying if you if you if you. Youtube. mobile canning. It's just so SAS on. I mean, literally just watching cans go by. You know. Kansas for you so that Likes What's it called? Setting it up and everything. I read. Stories I'm watching canning. Kissel beers tilt. Beer cans tilted upside down. Six of them are pushed their briskly on A. Conveyor belt six of them get washed. than. They moved on to the next were filled with beer. Then the next station actually caps them. The next station puts the CAP on and then it's titans the Kapor actually. Doing it to some kind of suction. To get the cap on their, interesting. A while and then it even puts a top on it so. Six of them get. Together. And ready to, be shipped out. Wow. Dude, that's a very simple simple in terms of what it's what it's doing. How Zoo. You just need the cans 'cause it's it washes it. It washed the cans. It feels good beer that puts a top on your done and they'd even put six get six together. and. I saw that site while the site that I was on at least how they are flexible in terms of the size of the can the number of cans that you want to be put together. Interesting. To part of this is like. The the reason I say like I missed the curve is because all these breweries they're they're turning to so the one canning. System that's. Close by or cannon company that's close by us is called. IRON HEART CANNING I believe they're the only one. And there are there are national canning system but they but they can, oh, it's called iron heart canning the owner. The heart in your chest, right Yeah, yeah so I'm a mother say it looks like they do like. They go west all the way out to Dylan, Oy, and Wisconsin. Yeah. So that's one company that that takes care of that entire territory. So, they jack up the prices I know a lot of people don't do them because of how much they. They The quality is a little little bit rough. What would there be any Beers that I know of that can buy these guys. I mean I'm sure there are but it's more about how I would be able to recognize it from a label rate it'd have to be. You Intermedia. The ask the Brewery W. Yeah, we're they actually get canned. Okay. Yeah. The. Thing is like if you type in mobile canning near me, this is the only company that comes up. So so does that mean the brewery ends a keg over to these guys? None are the so what happens is these guys they have to come to the brewery because the safe only place I'd certified. For their beer I got I got literally as that mobile where whatever way they do it. They go to the jury to get hooked up to the match tones or whatever. To actually get the. Beer into the CAN. Exactly. Well and hoops are. Can't. Okay Go. They go. To Hook up either to the bright tank. So the bright tank is the last tank before you keg or can. Okay but it's It's it's. It's a different tank than the mashed on the. Is actually in the very young. Okay I I don't know mashed is the only word I remember when I was watching a show about furry. I'm looking. So I'm on their out. So we are the quality leaders canning I'm looking for a certification or something FDA are. You know something but they don't have any sorts right like I also shit. Can Be you can do whatever you want to suck in. Can It looks like? So, people had asked me before they're like Yo do we do you? Need some kind of licensing or whatever. I. Think so. I don't know. I mean from they're they're they're only going to give you the basics right but we'll typically. I don't know. If if something requires a certification, usually have it on the website like. For my previous company, we had our certification as a as ninety one hundred. and. Ninety one hundred is A Production Facility for aerospace material and ninety one ten is for like refurbishment. Repair, and overhaul for aerospace. So we had that all on our website. So the IHEART canning doesn't have shit about. So maybe not as a company but so I looked up spear certifications. There's a thing called a CICERO. Certified Beer server but it's more `bout. Yeah so so this seems like it'd be good for individuals to have because. It goes a little bit more in depth into. All the specifics of serving the beer. So definitely be helpful for people poor canning to at least have this knowledge whether they need it or not probably don't need it but. Yeah. Don't definitely seems like more of a restaurant serving beer so it doesn't seem it's something required, but it's something that would definitely help. Yeah. I mean. I. Think I'll put this at the top of my list of. What I should be doing For the throw together like a business plan but this is I think. where the money's to be made. Sayaka, we actually just pick the beer yesterday. JERSEY. Girl brewing challengers go bruin they're they're awesome. So they. Number One, we love their canning or we love their brewing facility. The first place that learned about world pooling. So basically what happens is So, just take you quickly through this and use a lot lower used. So you in the very beginning right you actually. Take. The grains you put it through Gristmill, you grind them up. And then you put in your Mash Tun and use your hot liquor tank to put water into your Mash Tun. So it gets to a certain temperature, the enzymes in the grains, the convert the sugars and starches, or at the starches into sugars. And then pump that over to your lauter. Tun. So the way to think about your lauter Tun is it's like your separation ton. So you want to separate the Greens from the war. Sir Putting water through it at a certain temperature and basically just rinsing that grain. Once. You get that out. You actually go into the tank. And the tank. Gas gets boiled and it basically past rises the war kills all bacteria in there and that's when you add your hops. that's where you add different specialty stuff like more sugar if you need it people add like. Cocoa, knobs. Different. In their additional flavors. Exactly. After that, you go to a whirlpool. So what happens is they spin that. At, this point war you spend that war really fast all the particulates and in and. Buy Products in that war, go to the outside of it. And in the middle of just clean. Clean Warp. Guys like basically using civil for a force in order to clean in order filter, it were were versus what would they do if they don't have the Whirlpool A lot of times. So this is like cores anheuser busch and stuff like that. Yeah. They'll strain it through a filter..

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The joints were actually degenerating because there's so much pressure has built up there for so long, So she was in phase two degeneration. There's three phases of degeneration. She was in Phase two. And I saw the problem. We talked about what the problem was, and I told her I said, I believe my job initially is is a teacher. I I believe that Dr means teacher, I said Mike my job right now, before we do anything. Is to teach you how to properly take care of this old ultimately, so you don't have to deal with this problem for the rest. Of your life, and she says, that's great. That's what I want to do. And so we walked through exactly how to correct it. I showed her exercises to do at home what she was gonna have to do on her end and then how she's going to be able to take pressure off with very specific. Adjustments and rehabilitation against. She doesn't have to deal with the issue and you can stop the degeneration in its tracks. That is the good news technology and technique and All the developments in science. You could actually stop the degenerative process as long as you know what to do and how to do it. And so we walked through that. And, you know, Sure Enough, Now she's got no more psychic nerve pain. She no longer is taking her muscle relaxers or the pain relievers. She she had a follow up visit with the spinal surgeon. She actually canceled that because She has no more Cy Attica. She's got no more pain. She's working fine. Now she's on concrete all day long and doing just fine. Now, here's the thing. She's actually known that she's had problems there for the last 10 years. She's known She's had problems she had. What happened was she had a car accident about 10 years ago, and she described it is not a big deal while she was t boned, and now I've talked about two people during the show that have been T bone. She was T boned. She felt stiffness in her lower back. She's had this Numbness into her leg that seemingly did not go away. She thought is diabetes for awhile. They diagnosed it with neuropathy, and then she waited for it to get so bad until she was You know, just maybe months away from being on a surgeon's table before she took this seriously. If our problems started 10 years ago, when would I? When do you think she would have wanted to know about that? If a problem started degenerating 10 years ago, when would she have liked to get a handle on this? So she didn't develop that phase two degeneration in arthritis there. I think she would have wanted to know about that. 10 years ago, however, there's so many times where we know what our health issues we know what to do. And it's really a matter of doing it. You know there is John Maxwell said. I think it was John Maxwell. He said Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four of them decide to jump off how Muneer left, you might say one. The answer is five because Deciding is not doing knowing what to do is not actually doing it. You've got to take action. If you have. Listen, if you have Sayaka, if you have let's say headaches if you have health problems right now to take action with your health. Go for it. What do you have to lose? You have one life you have. Listen. Health is your greatest asset. When you lose your health, you lose everything. What do you have to lose when it comes to your health? You have everything, but you have everything to gain if you get it back, So if you have seen Attica, let's say you have neck pain. If you have shoulder issues if you have none this going into your legs or into your feet or maybe a back pain. Don't wait on these things They tend to get worse over time. There's different routes of treating your health problems. My job is to teach you how to correct it and not to do that, but also identify the cause. And thankfully, I'm not the only doctor in the country who does this type of work. There's over 400 doctors nationwide 33 who do what's called level to spinal correction and some of my colleagues who are level to spinal correction certified. They charge well over $500 for this first initial appointment, which includes the X rays and consultation and the nerve system testing, But what we do is we do a discount on the radio. So it's the people who make an appointment during this show, and all you have to do is you give us a call 317220 66 68. We open up just a handful of spots before this show for this week, and if you're serious about your health, you want to make changes. You want to meet with us to find out what the cause of your problem is, and then we'll develop a plan to correct that. Then give us a call. It's 317220 66 68. It's $88. It's during the show on Lee. We're more active office. So one of things that we do is we take $35 over the phone holds the appointment time and then when you come in, you'll meet with Dr Drew. Alcorn first will do all the initial testing and And then you'll come back on separate visit will go through what we found. And if we can help you we're going to let you know that we're not gonna waste your time. And I know you're not gonna waste ours. So here's the number that he calls 317220 66 68. That's 317220 66 68. You are listening.

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That's not their job, and they told her that she was fine now. They gave her three things must relaxers, pain medications and anti inflammatories. Now, here's what's interesting, she said. I I took the muscle relaxers because I started getting some tightness. I didn't take the other medications, and she said, I felt fine. She said. Now I started getting a little bit of numbness in my lower back. My back would go out on me every now and then. And she said Now for the last three years, I've had this cyanotic nerve pain. She said. I've been the PTS and I've been to the doctor's, and they've done three injections now in I wanted to know if you can help. Any time I see a scan like hers and feel what I felt we do. X rays and X rays can really tell you where the bones or position where the nerves are being damaged. Ultimately what the effects on the body will be now when I look at X rays not only looking for fractures and brakes. What I'm looking for is how are the joints misaligned? What's the position of globally of the spine? So with digital Axe rays, we can now measure the joints down to the millimeter. To find out exactly where the pressure is building up where the damage is being done. And then ultimately what's the effect on the body? And then what to do about that? And when we take your X rays Member, she said she had a slight scoliosis. She had a 37 degree scoliosis to give you a reference 370.10 degrees or more is scoliosis when somebody gets 40 degrees arm or that's when they're considering Surgery. So the rides those Harrington rides in the spine. They fillet you open like a fish, and they shove those rods in your spine. She's 37 degrees. She's miserable. She has She has scoliosis. She has Cy Attica. She's been given most real actors, pain medications, anti inflammatories. She's had the injections. I asked her One's last time she had actually is done. You know, she told me. She didn't she had In an M R I and that was it. So she had an Emory, which does not that tells you soft tissue does not tell you position of the spine. It can also tell you disc problems, but it doesn't tell you what causes the disc problems because of the joint missile lines. You have too little curvature in one of the joints and what's going to happen that actually sets up disc problems. In the reality is that she's gone three years with this issue and I told her. I said, Listen, you have scoliosis. You have Siderca. You can clearly see where all foreign all five has shifted. That's what's causing your problem. But there's one thing to know what the problem is. It's a whole different story to know how to take care of this the right way. So What we did is we schedule a time to sit down and go through how to take care of it The right way. I showed her how to get pressure off. What kind of exercise is to do what type of adjustments she was going to need and Ultimately after her first adjustment in the office, So remember she's been dealing with this problem constantly for three years. Injections aren't touching it. They're injecting it wherever she points, by the way, which is just ridiculous. That's not Medicine. That's guesswork. But after one adjustment, she gets up off the table. She does. I can't believe it that might my sigh. Attica is gone. And now I want to warn you on this. When somebody says my My problem is gone. If I re took an X ray immediately following her adjustment, I'd maybe see millimeters of change, if any. Because the problem is not actually gone. The pressure's off, though the pressure's off, so she's going to start feeling better. She's going to start functioning better, but inevitably she's going to have to know how to take care of that problem the right way, and that's why we schedule a time with all of our Patients. All of our new patients. We sit down and we go through a full plan of attack. So you know exactly how to correct the problem. So you don't deal with the issue for the rest of your life, because ultimately I believe that Any doctor. Do you go to whether that's a pediatrician or a heart surgeon or another cardiologists or even another car? Proctor the mission of health care should be to teach you how to get well how to stay. Well, how to correct your problem Get off of your medications, but unfortunately How good of a job are we doing it that in health care right now It's terrible and what I'm finding is, it's the way that people are taking care of theirselves, not just causing Neck problems and back problems in Sai Attica, but it's literally leading to sickness it's leading to disease. Ultimately, it's robbing years off of life quality of life, quantity of life, the whole thing and I think about the fact that her problems started when she was in her early thirties. When do you think she would have liked to know about this? I think she would have liked to know about this in her early thirties, so she could have even stopped this whole process from happening. Is she ever going to be perfectly normal? The answer's probably not, so she'll feel better. She'll function better. But is she ever going to feel absolutely normal? As if her problem doesn't exist? The answer's probably not. And I think she would have wanted to know about this when she was in her. Early thirties. So, listen, you're you're listening. You have health problems. Maybe maybe you have Sayaka. Maybe your back goes out. There's an underlying condition there that really needs to be checked out, And there's two critical test that I recommend If you have Neuro musculoskeletal problem so numbness that goes into your shoulders or numbness that goes into your arms or hands. Or maybe you have neck problems or arrange emotion. Problems where you can't really turn your head left to right evenly. Maybe you have headaches or maybe of lower back problems or sigh Attica. Listen, don't sit on your problems. Your problems don't get better a time. Unfortunately, when problems exist in the body And you start aging on those problems. Those problems are likely going to turn into a cross.

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So what do they want to do? They want to do something. Anyway. They're only tools of drugs and surgery. So what are they going to give you? Drugs to keep you healthy. That is so backwards. If if you take drugs, and you have to let's say you have a goldfish. You dumped the drugs into the goldfish containers. Little Bowl. What's eventually gonna happen to that goldfish? The goldfish is going to die. So now you take a healthy goldfish. You dump the drugs into the goldfish bowl in a goldfish dies. What happens to a healthy human? You start giving that human medications. Is that going to produce health? No, it's going to produce symptoms. There's going to be side effects. There's going to be problems. And they're not gonna stop. Listen, You can't wait for a president or policy or Congress or the FDA. Listen, you can't wait for change is to come from them. Why? Because look at the FDA. Look who's on the board. Look who is at the top. It's members of the pharmaceutical industry. Look who's at the lobbyist who's in Full trade into our government is the pharmaceutical industry. They're the ones who are ghost writing our laws when it comes to health care. They have a very firm grip on on legislation and it is not going to come from the top down. It's gotta come from you. You've got to take your health decisions into your own hands and more and more people are waking up. More and more people are questioning their doctors. They're questioning the decisions that are being made there wondering why A healthy person as an example would need medications. There knowing that listen, this doesn't feel right to me anymore. And I feel bad for medical doctors and I have friends who are medical doctors, and I feel bad for them. They They'll talk about how the fact that people are more resistant. People are more skeptical. Now. People come in with a lot more questions because they research before they come in and You know what was one of the most respected industries medicine? Is not anymore. People don't listen the way that they used to When it comes to being put on medication, doing what they're told. No, they're asking questions. They're taking their health into their own hands and Frankly, medicine doesn't love that. They don't I just met with a guy who was he has had 13 different heart medications. Three different stents he's had multiple surgeries had has joints replace and here is he's talking to me and he says, Listen. I'm not a big fan of medicine. Well, no kidding. You're not a fan of medicine. They butchered you. They've Are you kidding me? You've gone through 13 different medications. This is a person who literally has blindly trusted medicine for the last 20 years and now He's got his guard up, rightfully so. And you should, too. When you walk into the lion's den, you can't casually walk into the lion's den and follow their lead. You can't do that. You have to have your guard up. It's what's going to protect you. It's what's going to protect your future and your family and Maybe it will turn around in your lifetime. But maybe it won't. So you have to be your own health advocate. The greatest doctor in the world lives right inside of you. Your body knows infill infinitely more than any doctor. No matter their profession, no matter Indy, no matter nurse practitioner matter, dio or D. C no matter what the profession is your body. It's intelligent because I believe it was designed that way. So this is Dr Nick Wilson. Facebook dot com slash Ask Dr Wilson get on their joined the conversation. And if you have any questions, go ahead and ask them right there on the Facebook page. That's facebook dot com slash asked Dr Wilson Hey, we're going to get into new language in medicine that is putting your family at danger. You need to know what this is and how you can recover from damage discs in your neck and in your back, so we're going to talk through what to do if you've had disc bowls or if you have degenerative discs. What to do about that and how to recover and howto ultimately heal. But I want to talk about this. I'm listen. I'm Acar Proctor. I am proud to be a car. Proctor. I think we're one of the only Professions who respect the intelligence within the body. I would say Osteopathy also does, however osteopathy. They started really given more and more people medications, and unfortunately they looked to drugs before they look too trusting the body. A lot of times now they're really good ones, just like there's really good medical doctors. Listen, I have medical doctors in my family. I have friends now who are medical doctors? Listen, This is not a blanket statement may be your doctor is amazing. Listen, I know great doctors. But the challenges is that the vast majority of doctors and medical doctors especially are guilty of this. So are D. C s, by the way, so work our tractors. Chasing symptoms. And I'm gonna give you a good example of that. I had a patient who came in who has had severe lower back pain. Shad Sayaka. So this is the nerve that stems from your lower back. L four No. Five s one goes down to the legs. And she comes into the office. She's had this problem for 10 years and on her paperwork, she notes that she has a slight scoliosis in just a bit of arthritis. Those were her exact words. And I'm talking with her, and I am touching her spine, and I noticed there's a problem in your lower back, and I also noticed there's a curvature and when I feel this This type of curvature. That's not a slight curvature. But I always do testing anyway to confirm everything. So we start with this nerve scans. The nerve scan reads electrical activity of the spine. If you've ever had an E K g. This is very much like an E. K g of the heart. This reads the electricity of the spine, though, so it's reading electricity coming from the spine and nervous system. I love this technology because it can show me where there's pressure building up where damage to the nerves is being done. Noninvasive not like medical tests where you'd have poking of needles and things like that. We literally run this instrument down the spine. At every single level. There's 24 individual movable bones in your spine and this Khun read where there's damage to any one of those areas. In the scan is lighting up at virtually every single level in this lady spine, and she's a brand new patient, and I'm doing the tests and I'm seeing what the scan is. And I sat down with her. I said, Listen, Were you in some type of injury? Your accident and she says, no, no, no injury that I can recall And she says, Wait a second. I remember when I was young. NdeR a early thirties. I had a car accident. I said, Well, tell me about the car accident, she said. I'm in my thirties, had a cracks Ident. I rolled my car six times. She said, But I walked away. I was fine. I said, Well, how did you know you were fine, she said. Why had X rays? I went into the medical doctor, and they said I was fine. What That means, by the way in a severe car accident or some type of major injury When you go into the hospital, maybe it's an E R. Maybe it's your local medical doctor. They take X rays there looking for fractures in breaks. They're not looking for alignment or long term damage. But that's not their scope..

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ultimately, it's robbing years off of life quality of life, quantity of life, the whole thing and I think about the fact that her problems started when she was in her early thirties. When do you think she would have liked to know about this? I think she would have liked to know about this in her early thirties, so she could have even stopped this whole process from happening. Is she ever going to be perfectly normal? The answer's probably not, so she'll feel better. Still function better. But is she ever going to feel absolutely normal as if her problem doesn't exist? The answer's probably not. And I think she would have wanted to know about this when she was in her early Early. So, listen, you're you're listening. You have health problems. Maybe maybe you have Sayaka. Maybe your back goes out. There's an underlying condition there that really needs to be checked out, And there's two critical test that I recommend If you have Neural, musculoskeletal problem so numbness that goes into your shoulders or numbness that goes into your arms or hands. Or maybe you have neck problems or arrange emotion. Problems where you can't really turn your head left to right evenly, maybe of headaches, maybe of lower back problems or sigh Attica. Listen, don't sit on your problems. Your problems don't get better a time. Unfortunately, when problems exist in the body And you start aging on those problems. Those problems are likely going to turn into chronic issues if they haven't already. Unfortunately, they don't go away on their own. So there's two critical tests. One is one of the tests that I just described. It's called a surface. CMG. It's technology that's developed by NASA. Engineers. And, you know, this is the only test that I'm aware of that at every single level in the spine. When you roll the scan down the spine. It's testing at every single level where the nerve activity is, If there is extra activity, that's the site of where the problem is. I have so many times where somebody will come in. No point to their problem. Maybe their problem. It feels like it's at all five, so their lower back The scan will start to identify problems may be in the upper back or neck where it's originating from insurance. Tough when we take X rays. Boom. The real problem is actually originated from the upper back or neck. And if we would have just looked at the lower back, maybe treated the lower back as if it did not exist within the rest of the spy and we would have missed The real problem. So you have to look holistically at the spine. Their second test is structural X rays now X rays. There's a caveat to this if you've ever had X rays done. Listen, we're not looking for fractures and brakes. It needs to be measured down to the millimeter to find out where the pressure is building up where the damage is being done in an ideally someone who knows how to correct the problem should go over that with you. So if you were to walk in, let's say the local hospital did this type of tests, which they don't you know, they don't do this types of test again. They they function in the crisis care model. So thank God for that. If your blood pressure shoots up to 300 over 200 or you faint or you're in a massive car accident or something like that. That's what that is for Crisis model. So if you walked into that model and had this type of testing done How much would you expect to pay for testing like that? 506 100 sometimes thousands of dollars. During my radio show. This is my radio show every single week. I open up just a handful of appointment times in my office for radio winners, and during the show, we opened up times, and if you're one of the colors, we do the full exam, the consultation, the X rays all the testing in the office. We do that at a discounted rate. We do it for $88. Now we are one of the largest natural health centers and chiropractic centers in the country. And so we take $35 over the phone that holds the appointment time and when you come in, you'll meet with Dr Alcorn first..

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"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"sayaka" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Maybe your doctor's amazing. Listen, I know great doctors. But the challenges is that the vast majority of doctors and medical doctors especially are guilty of this. So are D. C s, by the way, so work our tractors. Chasing symptoms. And I wanna give you a good example of that. I had a patient who came in who has had severe lower back pain She's had Sayaka. So this is the nerve that stems from your lower back. L four No. Five s one goes down into the legs. And she comes in the office. She's had this problem for 10 years and on her paperwork, she notes that she has a slight scoliosis in just a bit of arthritis. Those were her exact words. And I'm talking with her, and I am touching her spine, and I noticed there's a problem in your lower back, and I also noticed there's a curvature and when I feel this This type of curvature. That's not a slight curvature. But I always do testing anyway to confirm everything. So we start with this nerve scans. The nerve scan reads electrical activity of the spine. If you've ever had an E K g. This is very much like an E. K g of the heart. This reads the electricity of the spine, though, so it's reading electricity coming from the spine and nervous system. I love this technology because it can show me where there's pressure building up where damage to the nerves is being done. Noninvasive not like medical tests where you'd have poking of needles and things like that. We literally run this instrument down the spine. At every single level. There's 24 individual movable bones in your spine and this Khun read where there's damage to any one of those areas. In the scan is lighting up at virtually every single level in this lady's spying, and she's a brand new patient, not doing the tests, and I'm seeing what the scan is, and I sat down with her. I said, Listen, Were you in some type of injury? Your accident and she says, no, no, no injury that I can recall And she says, Wait a second. I remember when I was younger. Probably my early thirties. I had a car accident. I said, Well, tell me about the car accident, she said. I'm in my thirties, had a cracks Ident. I rolled my car six times. She said, But I walked away. I was fine. I said, Well, how did you know you were fine, she said. Why had X rays? I went into the medical doctor, and they said I was fine. What That means, by the way in a severe car accident or some type of major injury When you go into the hospital, maybe it's an E R. Maybe it's your local medical doctor. They take X rays there looking for fractures in breaks. They're not looking for alignment or long term damage. But that's not their scope. That's not their job, and they told her that she was fine now. They gave her three things must relax. There's pain medications and anti inflammatories. Now, here's what's interesting, she said. I I took the muscle relaxers speaks. I started getting some tightness. I didn't take the other medications, and she said, I felt fine. She said. Now I started getting a little bit of numbness in my lower back. My back would go out on me every now and then. And she said Now for the last three years, I've had this cyanotic nerve pain. She said. I've been the PTS and I've been to the doctor's, and they've done three injections. Now in I would wanted to know if you can help. Any time I see a scan like hers and feel what I felt we do. X rays and X rays can can really tell you where the bones or position where the nerves are being damaged. Ultimately what the effects on the body will be now when I look at X rays. Not only looking for fractures and brakes. What I'm looking for is how are the joints misaligned? What's the position of globally of the spine? So with digital X rays, we can now measure the joints down to the millimeter. To find out exactly where the pressure is building up where the damage is being done. And then ultimately what's the effect on the body? And then what to do about that? And when we take your X rays Member, she said she had a slight scoliosis. She had a 37 degree scoliosis to give you a reference 370.10 degrees or more is scoliosis when somebody gets 40 degrees arm or that's when they're considering Surgery. So the rides those Harrington rides in the spine. They fillet you open like a fish, and they shove those rods in your spine. She's 37 degrees. She's miserable. She has She has scoliosis. She has Cy Attica. She's been given most doctors, pain medications, anti inflammatories. She's had the injections. I asked her One's last time she had actually is done. You know, she told me. She didn't she had In an M R I and that was it. So she had an Emory, which does not that tells you soft tissue does not tell you position of the spine. It can also tell you disc problems, but it doesn't tell you what causes the disc problems because of the joint missile lines. You have too little curvature in one of the joints and what's going to happen that actually sets up disc problems. In the reality is that she's gone three years with this issue and I told her. I said, Listen, you have scoliosis. You have Sadik. You can clearly see where all foreign all five has shifted. That's what's causing your problem. Now there's one thing to know what the problem is. It's a whole different story to know how to take care of this the right way. So What we did is we schedule a time to sit down and go through how to take care of it The right way. I showed her how to get pressure off. What kind of exercise is to do what type of adjustments she was going to need and Ultimately after her first adjustment in the office, So remember she's been dealing with this problem constantly for three years. Injections aren't touching it. They're injecting it wherever she points, by the way, which is just ridiculous. That's not Medicine. That's guesswork. But after one adjustment, she gets up off the table. She does. I can't believe it that might my sigh. Attica is gone. And now I want to warn you on this When somebody says my way. My problem is gone. If I re took an X ray immediately following her adjustment, maybe see milliliters of change, if any Because the problem is not actually gone. The pressure's off, though the pressure's off, so she's going to start feeling better. She's going to start functioning better, but inevitably she's going to have to know how to take care of that problem the right way, and that's why we schedule a time with all of our Patients. All of our new patients. We sit down and we go through a full plan of attack. So you know exactly how to correct the problem. So you don't deal with the issue for the rest of your life, because ultimately I believe that Any doctor that you go to whether that's a pediatrician or a heart surgeon or another cardiologists or even another car. Proctor the mission of health care should be to teach you how to get well how to stay. Well, how to correct your problem. Get off of your medications, but unfortunately How good of a job are we doing at that in health care right now It's terrible and what I'm finding is, it's the way that people are taking care of theirselves, not just causing Neck problems and back problems in Sai Attica, but it's literally leading to sickness. It's lead to disease..

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Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

Books and Boba

05:28 min | 2 years ago

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

"We're here today to talk about our June twenty twenty. Book Club, pick, convenience store, woman by Sayaka Murata translated by Jeannie Taffy, Takamori. Yes, so there's a divisive opinion on this book and I'm like really excited to dive into it. A lot of people were questioning our decision to pick this book as a lighter More I guess not dark read. Okay, but the thing is like our book club. Pick before that was a warrior woman and I. Think were your was darker than convenience store. Women didn't think it was that dark to be having me neither. Get into a little, are we? Are we the Weirdos here for? Okay, so without further ado, let's get into our. Our discussion. We want you start off with the Book Jack. Description Keiko is normal at school and university. People find her odd and her family worries. She will never fit in to make them happy. Keiko takes a job at a newly opened convenience store where she finds peace and purpose in simple daily tasks. But in Keiko Circle just won't do for an unmarried woman to spend her time stacking shelves and Green Tea as the pressure to find a new job or worse, a husband increases. Keiko is forced to take desperate action so the story itself is a slice of life. story about a convenience store worker toll from first person perspective from the main character Keiko and. I guess we can start with just the style of the store because it's very straightforward. Right and that's some so I don't know if you have this information, but is this the style of Sayaka Murata, or is this because of the condition of Keiko are someone who is like atypical? I have not read any of meritas other works because they happened been translated, but from what I've gleaned from interviews like she does have a very deadpan style to her writing. It is very straightforward like you said and a lot of her previous novels because convenience store women, while it's the first novel to be translated in the states. It's also her tenth novel. and. Yeah like that was really surprising to me. But her other novels are they kind of the same same themes like it's about nonconformity in Japanese Society AH take on gender roles and sexuality, and just like Japanese, societal issues on celibacy and a sexuality and. There are two books that have actually like I'm really hoping that they get translated 'cause the premise is. It's so bonkers There's one book called dwindling world I don't know the Japanese title is, but it set in dystopia where all procreation is made artificially and sex between a heterosexual married couple is is considered to be pretty disgusting like they. Oh, yeah, it's. It's not really a taboo, but it's more of like. Is this like Why are you doing that? A better way to like make children like. Why would you go through sex so? That's like a really interesting premise to me and then the other one. which definitely sounds like my jam? It's called sausage in Soussan, and it roughly translate to translates to birth murder, and this is also a dystopia novels and they banned. It's a dystopia novel where? Where a person who gives birth to ten children they they get to lawfully murder another person down. Yeah, right? About a royal. The Battle Royale I want this book to be translated immediately. Into a movie! Speaking speaking of like adapting it to a movie I. Think Convenience Store. Woman would work really well as a Japanese DEALLM. Or even just like a limited series like one of the Japanese. Soap operas or TV, shows are kind of like the BBC were they're pretty like they're short and sweet. Yeah, yeah, well well. The thing is like a convenience store. Women is such a short novel. It's only like. Because of the size of the hardcover book it's IT'S A lot smaller and very very cute. But in the smart in the smaller version, it's like around. Two hundred pages were like two hundred and fifty pages a in like a normal Let letter size paperback. It's like a hundred and fifty pages, so it's more of a novella than an actual novel. But this book was really really popular. It sold six hundred and fifty thousand copies in Japan and it won the Tugela prize.

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Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine

Democracy Now

01:07 min | 4 years ago

Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine

"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.

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New details emerge about suspected mail bomber Cesar Sayoc

"Prosecutors have mounds and mounds of evidence and new disturbing details emerging regarding the man accused of mailing over a dozen packages to Democrats and politicians criticizing President Trump USA radio's Timberg with the story Caesar Sayaka man, accused of sending pipebombs too high profile Democrats included shards of glass in several packages and also searched for the wife and kids of some of the folks who actually received the bombs. That's according to the feds say X attorney says all the evidence against him is circumstantial would you like to go to jail based on maybes? Would you like to be put in jail based on? Well, we haven't certified a fingerprint. It may be

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