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September 26, 2019

The Healing Probe – A Cutting-Edge Discovery

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Imagine a single adjustable probe, producing personalized sound waves at such definite precision, that it targets the very inner recesses of the spine.

A piece of technology so powerful, that it restores the spine back to its correct position, producing immediate life changing results.

Surgery has never been without pain, costs, and adverse side effects.

KKT is a method of intervention that potentially eliminates surgery and all the complications that come with it. Bid farewell to the stashed pain medication

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November 25, 2017

How to Get the Most Out of Your KKT Treatment

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How to Get the Most Out of Your KKT Treatment!

Five essential tips for a better and faster recovery with the KKT treatment.

Back, neck and shoulder pain are often caused by a variety of conditions that characterise with a certain degree of spinal misalignment. If your spine is not aligned, it may compress your nerves, create pressure on the intervertebral discs and add stress on the muscles and ligaments. KKT relieves the stress and strain on your spine by

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November 1, 2017

What to Eat (and what to Avoid) for a Healthy Body

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Find out how healthy food keep you balanced inside and out, stabilizes your mood and stress levels

Are your food choices as healthy as you think they are?

Including nutritious foods, such as fibre-rich fruits and vegetables, lean proteins and unsaturated fats in your diet will keep you healthy and happy for many years. Health professionals and registered dieticians from all over the world advise patients to “clean up” their refrigerators in addition to their therapy for optimal health.

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October 25, 2017

KKT and a High Protein Diet

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The benefits of a high protein diet for chronic pain patients

KKT recommends that patients undergoing treatment consume a high protein diet, particularly in the first month and a half of treatment. This is because the entire nervous system, which is built primarily of what we call neurons, is loaded with neurochemicals, which are responsible for communicating between nerves. Neurochemicals are proteins and the nerves themselves are built on a framework and structure of proteins. These proteins allow the nerves

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June 20, 2017

Chronic Pain and its Effects on the Brain

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How ongoing chronic pain can affect the brain

In the past couple of years, it has become evident that chronic pain can lead to brain damage and deterioration in the body. This includes damage to the central nervous system, which impacts motor and sensory function, and neurochemical systems. This damage to the brain tissue is measurable and quantifiable, making immediate and precise treatment of chronic pain essential for preventing your chronic pain from causing further health issues.

There are several

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