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Doctor to share brain code discovery

July 07, 2009

Submitted by Tommy Crosson

While addressing doctors and other healthcare professionals at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, about relieving patients of Chronic Pain, David Rubenstein, was asked, Will it cure this? Will it cure that? Soft spoken and pensive, Rubenstein responded, “I don’t know for sure.”

What he does know is, the therapeutic process he has created, does work and works well. In study after study Chronic pain has either been eliminated entirely or significantly reduced.

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Shunning the medical jargon for the most part Rubenstein speaks with the intense voice of a divinity minister and appears to use the creed of the medical community; do no harm. His non-invasive techniques and gentle pressure point stimuli certainly unlock the paths of the brain and actually create a reverie of relaxation.

Studies Show Therapy Has A 94% Effectiveness Rate Without Drugs Or Side Effects.

Braincode Discovery describes the newest advanced therapy treatment for Chronic pain relief. Unlike other methods currently available, David Rubenstein, creative scientist and President of Neuromuscular Calibration Institute (NCI) has honed his patent pending therapy treatment to actually improve the functioning of the brain. The method is drug free and gentle, yet more effective and longer lasting tha n other treatments alone; and it is not like invasive surgery. And to enthusiastic members of the medical community Rubenstein continues, “The body has a natural built-in system called the Perfect Motion Template that coordinates and regulates posture and movement. With the onset of infirmities of ageing, injuries and other forces will knock our bodies out of alignment, resulting in aches and pains, as well as other movement problems”.

His next scheduled health seminar, open to practitioners and the public will take place on Thursday, July 16th @ 6:30 PM in the Garden Room of the Wyndham Hotel, 3350 Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa. Beverages, light hors de oeuvres and parking are included with your $10 fee.

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