About Zone Healing

Zone Healing, the amazing healing method used by many top MMA and BJJ fighters.Zone Healing, the amazing healing method used by many top MMA and BJJ fighters.

Zone Healing is a very powerful form a healing that is done by less than 5 doctors world wide. One of these doctors is Dr. Peter Goldman, DC. Patients travel from all over the world to Los Angeles to be treated by Dr. Pete. Some of his regular patients include: BJ Penn, Bas Rutten, the Machado Brothers, Charuto, Rob Kaman, and Lucia Rijker.

Zone Healing was brought to the world in 1931 by a chiropractor from Texas named Dr. Thurman Fleet. Dr. Fleet taught the following: “There are ONLY SIX kinds of disturbances that can affect the human body. These are GLANDULAR, ELIMINATIVE, NERVOUS, DIGESTIVE, MUSCULAR, and CIRCULATORY. All diseased conditions, aches and pains, and other discomforts experienced by the body can be attributed to one or more of the above disturbances to the body’s 6 Systems or Zones.” Zone disturbances can be caused by emotional, chemical, and/or physical stress.

Diagnosis has always been very inaccurate. In fact, C. Everett Koop, the former Surgeon General of the US, said that approximately 70% of all medical diagnosis done in this country are in error. According to Dr. Fleet, Zone Healing offers a process that eliminates the inaccuracy of diagnosis by enabling the patient to know exactly what is happening in their body.

Dr. Fleet taught that the human brain is composed of many centers: There is a center which controls the glands of the body, a center which is associated with the organs of elimination, a center which regulates the central nervous system. The digestive organs are regulated by a brain center. In the motor cortex of the brain we find a center which controls all of the muscles of the body, and there is also a center which regulates the flow of fluids (circulation) through the body.

As the body may be properly classified as an ELECTRICAL MACHINE, these 6 brain centers represent the POSITIVE POLE of the body, and specific related points in the spinal cord represent the NEGATIVE POLE of the body. The patient is examined in order to determine which of the brain centers are not in harmony with the systems they control. This is done by feeling specific points on the back of your head. These points are related to the six brain centers by nerve connections. When a brain center is not sending the proper signals to its system, all bodily material associated with that system suffers. In order to correct this, specific points in the spinal cord are stimulated. There are six sets of four points in the spinal cord (negative pole) that are related to the six brain centers (positive pole). Stimulation of the proper points sends healing energy up the spinal cord to the brain centers that need balancing. The balanced brain centers are then able to send out the proper signals to the body’s systems and the body is better able to heal itself.

While most fighters consult a chiropractor to help them deal with neck, back and other injuries, this is only a very very small part of what Zone Healing is all about. Fighters come to Dr. Pete to not only heal from injuries but to balance every cell in their bodies so that they can function at 100%.

Here is a letter, taken from Dr. Pete’s website, that BJ Penn wrote to Dr. Pete to thank him after his initial experience with Zone Healing:

I had suffered for months with a major neck injury that had been diagnosed as multiple herniated discs in my neck. I was in constant pain, especially if I tried to train. Nothing I had tried to heal myself had worked at all. After only 3 Zone Healing sessions with Dr. Pete (which took about 2 minutes each!), my neck was 100% healed and has remained that way. I can’t believe it. In fact, as strange as this may sound, I didn’t want to believe it. Anyway, thanks a million Dr. Pete.


BJ Penn

To learn more about Dr. Pete and Zone Healing and to find out how you can become a patient, check out Dr. Pete’s site: www.goldmanhealing.com

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