Today’s PARADE magazine has an article by Dr. Ranit Mishori, Do you need this surgery?
It is really nice to see a mainstream doctor seriously question the 70 million operations Americans will undergo this year. A cornerstone of Dr. Reams’ RBTI is that he bluntly challenged whether most operations were necessary in the first place. Let’s go through a few of the procedures mentioned by Dr. Mishori…
- “Sham knee surgery may be as effective as the real thing”. Oh, how Dr. Reams would have agreed to this as he handed out Min-Col tablets that he knew would rebuild arthritic joints from the inside out.
- “90% of slipped-disk sufferers will get better with time”. Again, Reams would have smiled as he thought back to the countless people he helped rapidly regain both their motion and their lives with simple calcium supplementation programs.
- “Sinus surgery (to relieve drainage)”. There is scant record that Reams ever explicitly addressed this problem. Quite likely he had few, if any, clients present sinus troubles as it is probable that the most basic RBTI regimen inadvertently relieved drainage problems anywhere in the body.