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A typical morning for an EFT sports injury therapist: Someday professional sports teams will fall all over themselves to get these results

Important Note: This article was written prior to 2010 and is now outdated. Please use my newest advancement, Optimal EFT. It is more efficient, more powerful and clearly explained in my free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™.  Best wishes, Gary

Hi Everyone,

Listen in as seasoned EFT'er Roseanna Ellis easily and consistently provides benefits for University caliber athletes.

Hugs, Gary

By Roseanna Ellis

I thought I would share my morning of therapy with you (for yesterday) at Monmouth University. I am a sports injury consultant for the top athletes at the University and have a contract with them to provide therapy for those who can't get better through regular physical therapy or athletic training treatments.

The first athlete came in with no complaints of any pain or tightness because he had seen me for a few visits and had 100% success on his hamstring injury, very tight hamstrings and low back pain. But he was concerned about his athletic performance. His goal was to change a bad habit when throwing...and to be able to leap up into the air to clear a bar.

We performed EFT on his habit for 10 minutes then we worked on his spring jump for 10 minutes. When he first jumped his hand was about 6 to 8 inches from the ceiling. After 10 minutes of EFT his hand could easily reach the ceiling with no problem. I then spent the last 10 minutes stretching him. He was very pleased.

Next came a young lady who performed Lacrosse. She had low back and hip pain which extended down the side of her leg. We worked on numerous issues such as Pain at level 6/10 (6 our of 10 on a 10 point intensity scale), Fear of failure, Hip tightness. etc.. Within 20 minutes she was pain free and she felt very confident.

The third was a young lady who played softball. She was very concerned because she played two games the day before and she was scheduled for two more that afternoon and evening. She had severe knee pain 8/10 on the right and 6/10 on the left, and 10/10 when using stairs. She also had Fear of failing. I worked for about 5 minutes on her knee caps to decrease any adhesions. Then we performed EFT on the pain until it came down to 0/10 while walking. Then we worked for about another 10 minutes on stair climbing until she was able to step up without pain. A normal step is about 8 inches, and she could step up a 12 inch step without pain or discomfort. Then we did EFT for 5 minutes on her fear.

The fourth was a male athlete who had injured his left hamstring while running. His pain was 8/10 to 9/10. HIS HAMSTRINGS WERE VERY TIGHT. normal is 90/90 and he was 75/90. For an athlete this means trouble, not only because it puts him at a higher risk of injury but it weighs him down so much that his agility is compromised greatly.

I worked on his pain for about 20 minutes until the pain came down to 0/10 (this took longer than usual because he had never come to me before and had never seen such weird therapy). Then I performed Active Isolated Stretching with mind-body power and within 10 minutes he had gained 25-30 degrees FULL RANGE and then some. He was blown out of the water.

You can see how much can get accomplished in the 30 minutes that I have with each of these athletes. It is hard for me to put everything down on paper because days like this happen all the time. I hope this helps.

Love Roseanna


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