In October of 2015, I re-injured my knee. It's hard to explain how I injured it because it felt like a sprain but I didn't feel like I had really twisted it or anything. I was running with a lot of weight on my back when it happened. I couldn't put any weight on my left leg at all because of the severe pain. I have a long history of knee pain. I'm 47 and my first knee surgery (arthroscopic) happened when I was 14 and I've had a couple since. My view after going through those surgeries is that surgeries haven't helped me, despite the claims of the surgeons who operated on me.
I had heard about Lori-Kay Coleman doing something by way of naturopathy and I had heard that she had a spiritual gift of healing from friends of mine whom I trust. I wasn't a big believer in any of it but I thought that since I was unwilling to see a main stream medical doctor, in this instance, I really had nothing to lose. The saddest part of my injury was that I had been training for a 104 mile bicycle ride in the Tour de Tucson with a friend of mine. The race was November 21st, only 4 weeks from the date I injured my knee. I did consult with Lori-Kay, I used the oils and the Naturopathic medicines she recommended. I told her that she could remotely help me by doing whatever she does. She told me when exactly she would be doing her thing remotely and during those times, I tried to stay seated or even lay down on my couch and to keep an open mind. Lori-Kay never actually physically laid a hand on me. But guess what? The pain soon diminished to the point that I could walk. The best part of it was that although I still had a limp, my knee was well enough that I completed the entire 104 mile bicycle race. I didn't break any records but I completed it in about 7 and a half hours. And it didn't seem to hurt my recovery at all. I even bested my buddy.
Through Lori-Kay Coleman and some current physical therapy, I believe my knee pain is diminishing to the point that I haven't felt since I was a young boy.
I would recommend Lori-Kay to anyone suffering from a health problem.