After a very successful lecture for a physical therapy facility in San Francisco, I came to the conclusion that other medical facilities could benefit from a 1 to 2 hour lecture in learning how the Yass method could enhance their understanding of how to properly diagnose the cause of pain. This knowledge will help both increase success in resolving patient’s symptoms and returning them to full function and increasing both patient load and profitability. Clearly in this day and age the only way to get ahead is to present something different from the rest. The Yass method is the only method capable of properly diagnosing the cause of pain because it is the only method that interprets the body’s presentation of symptoms to identify the tissue eliciting the symptoms versus the completely false and invalid method of diagnostic testing such as x-rays and MRIs.
These lectures are fantastic for physical therapy facilities, chiropractic offices, massage therapy offices and even primary care physician offices. The ease of scheduling the lectures because of the use of Skype creates more flexibility making them available before the start of a scheduled day, lunch time or even after a work day. The lectures can be broken up into a presentation and then question and answer. A general overview of the Yass method can be presented or areas of specialty such as proper diagnostics for specific joints or proper strength training technique can also be provided.
In the next couple of months, I will be releasing my first on-line course for the lay person but it is certainly also an excellent resource for the medical practitioner. We will also be releasing a line of exercise videos that will fully discuss the exercises used to resolve pain at different areas of the body. These videos will be complete with discussions of the functional responsibilities of the relevant muscle, if the muscle strained, where could you expect to get pain. what other muscles does the relevant muscle work in conjunction with when performing functional activities and finally a presentation of how to perform the muscle allowing the person to following along as a model performs the exercise to completion.
The goal for this coming year is creating the appropriate opportunities and products for both medical practitioners and the individual to be able to get the pertinent information necessary to understand who to properly diagnose and treat pain. The reality is that the existing model is completely invalid. The fact is that every time a person enters the medical system to get a diagnose and the diagnose is derived from an MRI there is a 90 to 95% chance of misdiagnosis. I want to have medical practitioners join me in the implementation of the Yass method as the standard of care in diagnosing and treating chronic pain. I truly believe this will speed of acceptance of the method so we can stop the thousands of unnecessary surgeries being performed everyday and give people chance to end their symptoms and get back the quality of life they deserve. I believe that most medical practitioners would love to strive for these very goals. This is why I am creating this opportunity. For more information you can contact me at my email address: email@example.com
Here is a taste of the lecture I provided: