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Collaborative Cures For Women – Unlocking the Secrets of False Healthcare
Richard Seymour, DDS

April 20, 2022 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT

Women double & triple men in 30 life altering neurological disorders of the BRAIN. FALSE HEALTHCARE FOR WOMEN is leaving thousands of internal daily/nightly assaults on the Chief Sensory Nerve of the Brain (Trigeminal Nerve System) occurring in the mouth out of the diagnosis & treatment of all 30 neurological disorders.

Objectives of this webinar:

  1. CSNB’s connection to migraines, headaches, insomnia, chronic fatigue & depression, fibromyalgia, TMD, MS, Alzheimer’s, dementia, stroke, blindness, adult scoliosis…
  2. The mandible is the only free hanging bone with bilateral TMJoints that crosses the midline. Assaults on one side affects both halves of the Brain via the CSNB.
  3. GREAT NEWS: Teeth also are wired to both halves of the brain by CSNB & can be used as an exposed skeletal circuit board to prevent structural assaults on the brain.

We are told to wear helmets to protect the brain from external assaults, but thousands of daily and nightly structural assaults due to crooked, missing, broken down teeth & dislocated TMJoints 2mm from the base of the brain are permitted to be left out of 99% of medical and dental exams. The TNS/CSNB has been known as the “Migraine Generator” for over a century. This isn’t a case of misdiagnosis: it’s permitted to be UNDIAGNOSED and falsely blamed on the “Stone-Age” diagnosis of “Hormones,” “Stress,” and “She can’t cope”-more False Healthcare for Women! Throughout 2020 we’ve been told repeatedly to “Follow the Science.” This is not another “Snake Elixir” or Drug advertised on TV to cover up symptoms: this is a SKELETAL NEURO-ORTHEPEDIC CORRECTION to make the skeleton of the skull fit. There is a CURE and long- term prevention for many of these neurological disorders. Laws of physics & structural engineering don’t cease to exist in the skeleton of the human body. The science presented here is based on irrefutable medical studies, anatomical, skeletal neurological facts, undeniable laws of physics and common sense structural engineering of the bite, joints & muscles of the skull & neck. 2019 research is even more exciting. It proves stimulation of the TG (Trigeminal Ganglion) increases cerebral blood flow. Could retaining the teeth stimulate the TG and prevent Alzheimer’s, dementia & stroke?

Dr. Richard T. Seymour, DDS: Prior to retirement in 2016, he owned and operated the Chronic Pain Solution Center for 42 years. Coming from an impoverished childhood with enamel hypoplasia, he lost 6 year molars early, arches collapsed & TMD problems followed. It allowed him to study and write first-hand about the reality and impact of missing, broken down and misaligned teeth from an internal point of view. He lived it. It’s his lemons to lemonade story. It gave him a passionate calling for 42 years, and he’s still writing and speaking on it six years into retirement. Dr. Seymour has lectured to medical, dental, orthopedic surgeons, pain management specialists.  Additionally, he has led discussions on Chronic Pain and TMD disorders and appeared on many newscasts, radio and TV talk shows.

In 2013 he authored and published the book: “STOP THE HEADACHE: A CURE for the leading Cause of Recurring Headaches and Chronic Pain.” In November 2016 he published the “Why Women” article in the CRANIO Journal of the Academy of Craniofacial Pain and Sleep Disorders.

In 1997 he met with legislators and the governor of Wisconsin to spearhead the drive with the WDA to pass the first TMJ Bill mandating major medical insurance coverage. Discoveries and research since publishing the book and article made him realize the focus must be redirected to the entire CSNB/TNS SYSTEM, its long-term effects on both halves of the BRAIN/CNS, and our ability to control the CSNB through the exposed skeletal circuit board of the teeth.

1 CE credit available to AAPMD members




April 20, 2022
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
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AAPMD – Webinar