The human being is made up of over 70 trillion cells, all held together by connective tissue sheets that form highways of communication both to and from cells. This highway holds and supports blood vessels, lymphatics and nerves, delivering nutrition, oxygen, and information with cellular debris leaving thru the veins and lymphatics.

All cells contain DNA, the information blocks you've inherited. The DNA tells cells how to repair and replace themselves. This should be able to go on forever if the environment around the cell stays clean and clear of the accumulated energy from trauma. Between the two cells (see picture below), you can see the energy of trauma represented by the purple dots. This trauma may be physical, emotional, spiritual, inherited or environmental. When the trapped energy reaches a certain tension, the cells undergo a loss of tensegrity (the ability to balance tension and compression).

The cell changes shape and DNA locks up. DNA can then go into a degenerative mode, which means it can't repair itself. Over time, this results in chronic degenerative diseases that are associated with the "aging" process, i.e., arthritis, loss of hearing and eyesight, hypertension, neurological disorders. The second option is cell death, such as end stage heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer's. The only other choice for the cell is to convert to a new cell line, creating tumors and cancer. If the trapped energy in the connective tissue is removed, the cell reverts to normal, the DNA unlocks and healing occurs. Clearing this extraneous energy is what Consegrity does.


Developed by Mary A. Lynch, M.D., trained orthopedic
surgeon in the field of Sports Medicine for over 25 years
and Debra Harrison, NCBTMB.