This is what Dr. Kurt L Kienlein said.
Patient of mine she could not turn the head because of sharp cervical pain, every time she did she passed out totally. She was patient of Joachim Strauss, he refused to operate vertebral column, to dangerous and send her to my office. In the attached MRI you see the cervical Part of the spine.It was a discus prolaps with sequester ,8 mm, between C5 and C6. Surgery is quite dangerous, because the patient can be paralyzed from there down. That was to high a risc for the patient.
I told her what to do, 3 – 4 times daily on the Mat and sleeping on the mattress. After 6 weeks she took up driving and working again without any traces of the cervical pain, second MRI (you see it at this medical records publications) was done after 12 month, you see the result.
Whenever I show the MRI neurologists claim it is turkey, because a prolapse disc and a sequester cannot just disappear. Well we know better.