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FOCAL DYSTONIA CURE

15 weeks - recover
in record time

100% Success Rate

30 years of experience:


with neuroplasticity and
neurogenesis


Hand, Embouchure,
Vocal Chord,...
Recover from:

FOCAL DYSTONIA CURE

15 weeks - recover in record time

100% Success Rate

30 years of experience:
with neuroplasticity and neurogenesis

Recover from:
Hand, Embouchure, Vocal Chord...

FOCAL DYSTONIA CURE

15 weeks - recover
in record time
100% Success Rate
30 years of
experience:
with neuroplasticity
and neurogenesis
Hand, Embouchure
Vocal Chord...
Recover from:

ABOUT

Ruth Chiles

Ruth Chiles resolves Focal Dystonia from its root cause and with extremely high success rates and in much less time than traditional methods achieve.

She has worked with professional musicians, premier and international league sports clubs, professional dancers, gymnasts, basketball players, skiers and track athletes. She has enabled them to resolve their Focal Dystonia and other performance blocks. They have recovered their professional careers, as well as reaching new levels of performance.

She does so based on nearly 30 years of formation in and experience with leading edge neuroplasticity and neurogenesis techniques. In this way, over a course of approximately 15 weeks, her clients are able to regenerate healthy fine-motor skill neural connections and by-pass the causes of their Focal Dystonia.

Whilst Ruth has enabled, over many years, 100% of the athletes that she has worked with to completely recover from their Focal Dystonia, she has a special passion for her work with musicians. As a musician herself, who suffered and has healed herself from Embouchure Focal Dystonia and other performance blocks, she understands first-hand what it is like to have your deepest passion snatched from you, what Focal Dystonia feels like from the inside, the experience of the recovery process and the joy of having your gift returned to you.

ABOUT

Ruth Chiles

Ruth Chiles resolves Focal Dystonia from its root cause and with extremely high success rates and in much less time than traditional methods achieve.

She has worked with professional musicians, premier and international league sports clubs, professional dancers, gymnasts, basketball players, skiers and track athletes. She has enabled them to resolve their Focal Dystonia and other performance blocks. They have recovered their professional careers, as well as reaching new levels of performance.

She does so based on nearly 30 years of formation in and experience with leading edge neuroplasticity and neurogenesis techniques. In this way, over a course of approximately 15 weeks, her clients are able to regenerate healthy fine-motor skill neural connections and by-pass the causes of their Focal Dystonia.

RUTH CHILES

What is Musician´s Focal Dystonia?

Focal Dystonia is a type of dystonia that affects a muscle or group of muscles in a specific part of the body (thus the term Focal). It causes undesired and involuntary muscular contraction or twisting. Focal Dystonia can affect the muscles of the eyes, mouth, vocal chords, neck, hands and feet…

It is commonly assumed that the cause of the problem is in the affected muscle or muscle group. However, whilst the symptoms manifest in the muscles, the root cause is a complex of erroneous neuronal connections.

Musician´s Focal Dystonia can affect any part of the musician´s body in a way that impedes him or her playing their instrument. Common types of Musician´s Focal are:

Focal Dystonia is a type of dystonia that affects a muscle or group of muscles in a specific part of the body (thus the term Focal). It causes undesired and involuntary muscular contraction or twisting. Focal Dystonia can affect the muscles of the eyes, mouth, vocal chords, neck, hands and feet…

It is commonly assumed that the cause of the problem is in the affected muscle or muscle group. However, whilst the symptoms manifest in the muscles, the root cause is a complex of erroneous neuronal connections.

Musician´s Focal Dystonia can affect any part of the musician´s body in a way that impedes him or her playing their instrument. Common types of Musician´s Focal are:

Hand

Focal Dystonia

Embouchure

Focal Dystonia

Vocal Chord

Focal Dystonia

How Ruth Chiles Resolves Musician´s Focal Dystonia

Ruth has developed her own unique method which uses a variety of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis techniques. She actually has a success rate of 100% within record time of the clients that she has treated.

In the sessions she uses leading edge neuroplasticity techniques to regenerate healthy fine-motor skill neural connections and to by-pass the causes of the clients Focal Dystonia.

Each session lasts between 1 1/2 and 2 hours.

They involve 3 overlapping phases:

How Ruth Chiles Resolves Musician´s Focal Dystonia

Ruth has developed her own unique method which uses a variety of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis techniques. She actually has a success rate of 100% within record time of the clients that she has treated.

In the sessions she uses leading edge neuroplasticity techniques to regenerate healthy fine-motor skill neural connections and to by-pass the causes of the clients Focal Dystonia.

Each session lasts between 1 1/2 and 2 hours.

They involve 3 overlapping phases:

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Success Stories

Testimonials

Juan Pedro Mendoza

Hand Focal Dystonia

“The results that Ruth said I would have, I have received some of them more rapidly than I expected. Without doubt I would recommend Ruth to all fellow musicians or to the people that suffer from this illness.”

Ivan Milekovic

Foot Focal Dystonia

“Ruth understands every person and in each moment knows exactly what to do so that they recover physically and mentally. Ruth helped me so much that I will never forget what she did for me.”

Ivan Martínez

Knee Focal Dystonia

“Thanks to Ruth I have been able to regain my control so that my body executes exactly what my mind wants it to.”

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