Someone in my private Tourette Syndrome group asked what I thought about Dr. Sims, a dentist on the East Coast who claims to cure TS through a mouth piece similar to a retainer. I likely know as much about Dr. Sims as she does, as I have received most of my info through his YouTube videos and publishings.
While many are skeptic, claiming that TS is neurological in basis only, I’m always open to new ideas. In fact, I called a similar doctor a few years back named Dr. Stack. As fate would have it, I did some research for this post today only to find that Dr. Stack trained Dr. Sims. Here is a pretty informative article about the mouthpiece and how it works.
When I called Dr. Stack’s office to speak with him, the secretary said he takes phone calls about the device by phone appointment only – an appointment that would cost me $200. Given that I am eBaying one $10 shirt at a time to save for Brain Balance, I declined setting that appointment time. But I did give him the benefit of the doubt. His work is getting decent reviews. He’s a busy dude!
Tomorrow, I’m going to write about what another blog had to say about the work of Dr. Stack and Dr. Simms. Needless to say, it’s very interesting. Stay tuned!
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