Month: August 2015

Estefania, 4 year old female regains full function in Sayulitas, Mexico

Diagnosis: unclear. Estefania wore full length leg braces, complained of severe pain in her legs daily, fell frequently and was often unable to attend Kindergarden. On examination she exhibited a 1.5 inch leg length discrepancy which corrected easily with KCR. Testimony from her mother “Since having one session with Hugh, Estafania walks normally without braces, …

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Texas Police Officer facing surgery for Plantar Fasciitis

“A Dallas Texas Police Officer has been struggling with Plantar Fasciitis. Had been attending a Chiropractor and massage for treatment. Temporary progress at best, then pain returns. He was beginning to resign himself that surgery is in his future. Did one session of KCR on him yesterday. He felt “pretty good” after. Heel still hurt …

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Oscar, Post High Grade Fever Paralysis in Colima, Mexico

Diagnosis : High Fever followed by total paralysis from the waist down. Was brought in in a wheelchair and then carried upstairs by 2 men to see me. He did not have a clear diagnosis. He had undergone multiple medical and pathological tests, but no specific cause had been established. On examination I noted multiple …

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Maria (7), Corrected “severe knock knees” in child in Mexico

Diagnosis : Failed Reconstructive Knee Surgeries (bilateral) She was operated on and and had staples put in her knees, so, when walking, her knees would not collide. The surgery was unsuccessful and Maria’s father brought her to see Hugh ,saying that his daughter she cannot run,walks on her toes and that the doctors had told …

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Miguel (49)

Puerto Vallarta man told he would not walk again. Diagnosis: Avascular necrosis (Necrosis Avascular). Femoral head prosthesis was put in, which later had to be removed due to an infection. Now, the diagnosis says: “Unstable, Disintegrated hip with a 4 cm difference between each leg.” The diagnosis also stated that the person would not be …

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