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January 13, 2010

Neuro Synthetic Conduction Therapy

Ken Bryant, a disabled massage therapist in Largo, FL, gives hope to people with paralysis. Bryant says his technique restores at least some feeling or movement "100 percent of the time," in people with paralysis. He calls his technique neuro synthetic conduction therapy.

Problem is, nobody knows how what he's doing works.

"I told him you're not going to get any doctor to back you unless there's science behind it," said Creed, whose work as a physiatrist involves rehabilitating patients with paralysis and brain injuries.

While Bryant would like nice gain official acceptance, he happy to be making a contribution to the community.

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Posted by linda at January 13, 2010 9:17 AM

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