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Miracle Story


Rod Le Coz

The Biggest Hug Ever!!

Submitted into: Miracles of Work Category,

On: 2008-05-30

Jamie is a 4 year old autistic boy that my sister and I cared for when we worked together in our Chiropractic office in Sydney. Jamie used to come every Wednesday with his Mum, Ping. Every time he came in the office he would come and get the wheels magazine and tell us which cars were what. Holden, Ford, Ferrari, Mitsubishi and Toyota.

My sister was adjusting him on a weekly basis until she had go to Europe on holidays for 4 weeks.

I became his chiropractor for 4 weeks. The first adjustment that I gave him was in the reception area. It was Jamie, his Mum and me. Being autistic, Jamie did not like any physical contact by anybody, except his Mum. The first adjustment I gave him was slightly difficult. After four weeks, he did not complain at all.

After four weeks, my sister came back and Jamie went back under her care. At that time I happened to put my head out of the room and Jamie saw me and started running towards me and gave me the biggest hug ever!

Dr Rod Le Coz