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Can we really improve our patient’s health by influencing the thyroid gland?

Yes, I believe we can definitely improve our patient’s health by influencing the thyroid gland. From my personal experience of over 10 years, I have seen a direct improvement in my patient’s health by stimulating St9 (vagus nerve; for hypothyroid) or spinal nerves (for hyperthyroid) innervating the thyroid gland.

This is part 3 of 4 in a video series providing information on how to influence the patient’s health and treat thyroid conditions. This particular video is a question and answer session containing such question as:

How can we properly dose Iodine?

What other point can we connect St9 to?

Is St9 considered a root or branch treatment?

Is there a different point that can substitute for St9?

And many more questions…

I also provide on screen they electro-acupuncture protocols for treating the thyroid. If you want to drastically improve your patient’s results, and you want to do it in less time, with more ease then you should definitely watch this short video.

Please enjoy…

If you enjoyed this video and got value from it please be sure to share it with other practitioners.

Dr Jeremy Steiner DAOM, MSc

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