In May 2015, the prognosis for Noah Slocum-Sinke wasn’t good. He was in the emergency room on life support. That’s when C&T case manager John Fusik recommended a somewhat controversial form of treatment, a therapy not generally accepted in the medical community but something that had worked with some of John’s other clients. It helped – a lot.
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