A New Year’s wish for those suffering from chronic pain!

Every new year a belief that the next year will be better than the last springs hope eternal.  For those suffering from chronic pain the new year can bring the gift of pain resolution and a return to a great quality of life. Hope can become reality by making the decision to switch from the existing medical model of diagnosing and treating chronic pain through diagnostic tests like MRIs or x-rays and switching to the Yass method. The Yass method is the only method that interprets the body’s presentation of symptoms to identify the tissue eliciting those symptoms. This is exactly how the body was designed. Pain is a distress signal created by a tissue to create conscious awareness of the distress of that tissue. By interpreting the body’s presentation of symptoms you can identify which tissue was in distress  through the Yass method.

The Yass method can identify all potential tissues that can elicit pain  including muscle which accounts for 95 to 98% of cases. MRIs cannot identify muscle as the cause of pain nor is there any medical specialty educated or designed to identify these causes.

Millions continue to suffer  year after year because of a lack of understanding that there is an alternative to the way pain is addressed by the medical establishment. I pray that you find the Yass method this year as thousands have over the past two decades.   Let this method assist in ending your suffering and return you back the life you so justly deserve.

For more information go to www.mitchellyass.com or email me at drmitch@mitchellyass.com.

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DR. MITCHELL YASS is the creator of the Yass Method for diagnosing and treating chronic pain. He developed his method over 20 years treating thousands of patients resolving their pain and returning them to full functional capacity. He has stopped thousands from getting unnecessary surgeries and resolved the pain of thousands of others who had surgery that did nothing to alter their pain.