Winston Justice is Back — Enstema Therapy

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Win­ston’s looked at me like I was crazy when  I told him we could have him back by Novem­ber.  I was good-wrong by 2 weeks.

Win­ston Jus­tice, PHL, is back on the line.  Win­ston spent the first 5 games of the sea­son with a bum knee.  Yes­ter­day, he report­ed he felt very strong in the upset vic­to­ry against the Red­skins.

Our Injury Heal­ing Sys­tem based on Ener­getic Stem Cell Acti­va­tion, sta­bi­lized his knee way faster than I pre­dict­ed.

Here is the story from Winston Himself:

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Med Free NFL Season / Jason Brown

Ever heard of an NFL play­er going a whole sea­son with­out pain meds?

Any­body who has spent a moment with­in earshot of a NFL foot­ball game respects the col­li­sion crunch that 300+ pound line­men deliv­er. These guys pack enough pow­er to pul­ver­ize a nor­mal human.

Every hit in every game hurts some­thing, even if you’re big and pow­er­ful your­self. Over a sea­son, the pound­ing piles up.

By mid-sea­son, every­thing hurts so most play­ers start, and usu­al­ly end, every day with anti-inflam­ma­to­ry and pain med­ica­tions. These med­ica­tions pre­vent pain from dis­abling the play­ers, the team, and even the sport. With­out these meds, most play­ers would be side­lined with dis­abling pain from accu­mu­lat­ed injury ear­ly in the sea­son.

Over the last two sea­sons, every NFL play­er who has used WHN heal­ing sys­tem reports:

  • Play per­for­mance not depen­dent on med­ica­tion;
  • Injury does not accu­mu­late through sea­son;
  • Injuries recov­er fast, usu­al­ly <1/2 expect­ed time;
  • Reduced risk of severe injury;
  • Feel strong & play hard the entire sea­son;
  • Strong and con­sis­tent con­tri­bu­tion to the team;
  • No feel­ing like retire­ment nec­es­sary because of injury.

Why? They don’t hurt any more. They feel good. Their bod­ies heal so fast, that a week is long enough to recov­er from last week’s pound­ing. Dam­age does­n’t pile up any­more.

Late Season Fresh / Laurent Robinson

Lau­rent Robin­son plays Wide Receiv­er St Louis MO. He plays Wide Receiv­er. Our care pro­gram start­ed about Novem­ber 17, with focus on issues that lim­it­ed play per­for­mance:

  • A last-year ankle injury was sub­stan­tial­ly lim­it­ing sprint abil­i­ty. The ankle caused sig­nif­i­cant dis­com­fort at each sprint;
  • Sea­son Fatigue — Where cumu­la­tive stress from the ongo­ing sea­son result in less-than-opti­mal ener­gy and reluc­tant per­for­mance
  • An appar­ent ham­string issue also lim­it­ed per­for­mance;

Late Season Fresh / Jason Brown

  • No Sea­son Fatigue
  • Get­ting stronger as sea­son advances
  • Able to recov­er ful­ly between games
  • No injury accu­mu­la­tion

Ankle Magic / Last Season Leftover

WHN’s new ankle recov­ery pro­to­col is recov­ers two pro-foot­ball play­er’s ankle prob­lems in three 20 minute ses­sions.

Lau­rent Robin­son’s speed is back on.  A foot sprain that Robo­t­imes author pre­dict­ed to “linger”, is all gone.  It resolved in three three Mag­na­Pulse ses­sions over sev­er­al days.

  • Ses­sion 1: 30 Min­utes: Resolved range of motion lim­i­ta­tions and restored per­for­mance;
  • Ses­sion 2 & 3: 30 Min­utes: Resolved deep ache and arthrit­ic like symp­toms — Injury ful­ly resolved;
  • Lau­ren­t’s Notes page on
  • 2009 Bro­ken Fibu­la

High Ankle Sprain?  Check out This Sto­ry.

Ankle Magic / High Ankle Sprain

Mike Hoomanawanui. High ankle sprain dis­com­fort resolved.  His response to Mag­na­pulse ther­a­py sug­gests he might return to the active ros­ter soon­er than expect­ed.

Mike’s has been out since his Novem­ber 29 injury:

  • Ses­sion 1 / Day‑1: Reports 50% reduc­tion in dis­com­fort.  Swelling vis­i­bly reduced.
  • Ses­sion 2 / Day‑2: Reports 90% res­o­lu­tion of dis­com­fort.  Near nor­mal.
  • Injury Report on Roto­times

4 Days Later:  The News Story of His Surprise Return


Drug Free Injury Care / Jason Brown

Jason Brown describes his med­ica­tion free injury care process and results using Whole Health Net­work meth­ods. Jason made this report on week 15 of the 2010 Sea­son. He describes how his at-home tools resolve inflam­ma­tion and accel­er­ate heal­ing fast enough to sur­prise his train­er.

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