F.A.Q.

What is Primal Reflex Release Technique™ (PRRT)?

What makes seeing John for a session of his PRRT a unique experience?

What results can I expect to see from a visit to John?

May I still continue with my massage, chiropractic, etc. while I’m seeing John?

What does John charge for his PRRT Sessions?

Is John’s PRRT covered by my insurance?

If I have questions, can I contact John before scheduling a session?

How quickly can I see John for a session?

Who are the people who come to John for a PRRT session?

 

 

 

What is Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT)?

Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT) is a revolutionary approach to the treatment of pain, based on your body’s most basic (primal) reflexes and was developed from nearly four decades of clinical experience, research and a superior passion for helping others in pain.

For more about PRRT click here

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What makes seeing John for a session of his PRRT a unique experience?

First and foremost, John usually has dramatic results even on the first visit. He seldom sees anyone for more than 2 visits. Most are pain free within this time frame.

John also makes recommendations of other strategies to compliment what he does with his hands-on PRRT. These can include maneuvers to re-enforce what he’s done along with nutritional insights.

John provides a free brief follow-up phone call after your first visit.

It doesn’t matter how many other various treatment strategies and approaches you’ve tried and failed with before seeing John. His PRRT is able to address your pain issue at the most primal level of the nervous system and thus can get results where others have failed.

John’s PRRT is so light and gentle that many patients are amazed at the immediate and dramatic results even before they leave…and they’re usually lasting too.

You can rest assured you’ll be in the hands of the worlds most experienced practitioner for rapid release of most stiffness, aches & pains no matter how long it’s been there.

If you’re one of very few that doesn’t experience significant benefit from your first session with John, he will not recommend another session.

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What results can I expect to see from a visit to John?

Your individual results will vary but click here to read some 1st hand experiences.

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May I still continue with my massage, chiropractic, etc. while I’m seeing John?

Yes, although most find they don’t need other therapies after their session with John.

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What does John charge for his PRRT Sessions?

John’s normal billing rate is $500/hour or $125 per 15 mins. We occasionally offer promotional rates so please contact us now. The changes you experience can be dramatic and if John can’t help you he will not recommend you continue to see him for repeat sessions.

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Is John’s PRRT covered by my insurance?

No, John does not deal with any insurance companies. All sessions are paid with a check or cash. We do not accept credit cards. A receipt is given upon completion of the treatment.

You should not expect to be reimbursed by your insurance company for your session with John.

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If I have questions, can I contact John before scheduling a session?

Please use the email address below to send us your questions. John cannot tell if he can help you before doing an in-person evaluation and seeing you for a session.

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I’m ready to make an appointment, how can I schedule a session with John?

Simple, call 858.487.3700 or email support@theprrt.com.

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How quickly can I see John for a session?

John’s schedule is usually free as most of his time is spent doing more research on how to release pain even quicker and teaching his worldwide seminars.

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Who are the people who come to John for a session with him?

John has seen some very famous people including professional athletes. He is mostly seeing people like you who are simply “sick & tired” of being in pain. Most of the people who schedule a session are simply fed up with “shopping around” for someone who can help them. They value their time and don’t want to feel they’ll always need to go to see someone to maintain some degree of relief. They’re looking for the answer to why they’re still in pain after all they’ve tried and they’re tired of putting up with their problem.

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