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25 March 2012
The site is the source and then not the source.
We worked with a teenage boy years ago with chronic pain in his face beside his nose.
He had been hit by a hard ball in that spot when he was in second grade.
Hence the site is the source.
He had seen dozens of doctors and many radical procedures had been tried without success.
We used Tui Na (Taoist bodywork) to find the sources of his pain,
hypertonic (tight) muscles in the side and back of his neck were the source.
Hence the site was not the source.
In six weeks of further Tui Na sessions he was out of pain for the first time in eight years.
The trauma site was the same as the place where the pain was experienced, but
the source (origination) of the pain was different.
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