Here is a testimonial from a patient who came to me with four herniated disks in her neck and back and was experiencing great pain and discomfort. My patient was also experiencing Drop Foot when taking her daily walks. Due to her condition of osteoporosis, she was unable to have chiropractic adjustments to her spine. Using The Body Code, I was able to identify and correct the underlying cause of these imbalanced disks so her misaligned spine could realign and heal itself. Sessions were done over Skype.

“I was able to take a walk today. I took my normal route since I wanted to see if I would be able to walk without the drop foot. I’m happy to say I didn’t experience any drop foot, pain or discomfort! Thank you so much! It was fun working with you to experience what it is like to be a client instead of a practitioner.” – Natalie

Here is a second testimonial:

“I had what felt like a badly bruised shoulder/upper arm and pinched nerve in the neck. I couldn’t write or get to sleep. This all came on suddenly and I do not recall doing anything to bruise muscles. I was about to book the usual four sessions with my physical therapist, but decided to call John Inverarity instead.

During one session with John he determined that the problem was toxicity in my environment and therefore in my system, from using household cleaners. I had rented a carpet shampooer and had cleaned all our carpets about ten days earlier. While at it I cleaned the filters in the exhaust fans over the kitchen range, using regular household cleaners. John identified: toxicity issues; circuitry issues in glands and organ, chakra and kidneys; structural–nerve issues in my head; energy issues around inflammation. He released a trapped emotion as well. Our session was done over the phone.

My neck pain started to subside while on the phone. Two days later all the pain and lack of movement in my shoulder and arms were gone. I find my experiences with John to be fascinating, marvelous and on point every time.” – Jim

– John Inverarity, CECP (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)