Over the years I have been asked a number of times about how to tap for fibromyalgia. Unfortunately I have not been of much help as I have no experience working with this complex condition and all of the practitioners I have reached out to have reported achieving inconsistent results at best.
For this reason I have been searching for the right guest to interview for the topic and I’m happy to say that I have found Dr. Norman Shealy MD. Dr. Shealy has been working successfully with fibromyalgia patients for over 30 years.
As you will hear in this interview, there is a reason why tapping for fibromyalgia is so hard to tackle AND what you can to to be successful in finding relief.
C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D
Guest: C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D
Tool talked about in the interview: Ring of Air
About: C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. is a neurosurgeon and one of the world’s leading experts in stress and pain management. A true innovator in the field, Dr. Shealy holds 10 patents for ground-breaking discoveries, and has published over 300 articles and 25 books.
As one of the first physicians to specialize in this discipline, he founded the Shealy Institute in 1971, a center for therapy and research of chronic pain. The center was the first comprehensive, holistic clinic in the country for the management of depression, migraine, fibromyalgia, and back pain, resulting in numerous pioneering treatments.
Demonstrating the success of a comprehensive, holistic approach to almost all illnesses, this pioneer has helped to bridge the gap between holistic medicine and traditional Western medicine to allow individuals to take responsibility for their own health.