About Thomas Griner
Thomas Griner's engineering background includes scientific research for the Purdue
University Rocket Laboratory in Indiana and the Unmanned Space Program at NASA's Jet
Propulsion Lab in California.
Thomas Griner is known as the "un-doctor" because he undoes the problem rather than trying to neutralize or cover over it. To understand what problems he can undo, please refer to the biopulser.com website.
Due to his experience working for NASA, he was asked to set up an experiment involving muscles. Those who were asking, wanted him to prove what they were saying was right, which in itself was an infraction of scientific procedure. The results were not what they wanted and left him with unanswered questions. He then took courses in the basic sciences (anatomy including dissection, physiology, pathology, biochemistry and psychology) as he had had the natural sciences at Purdue University. This would allow him to carry out clinical research to find the answers.
Thomas did not find answers to why muscles became hyper-contracted in Chiropractic College, so he utilized his background in engineering to develop his own clinical research and testing methods. The results of this work led to his first scientific discovery of the mechanisms involved in chronic muscle contraction. This new understanding of the physiological elements contributing to muscle spasm laid the foundation for his development of a ground breaking muscle therapy called KANON (Kinetically-Activated Nerve Organ Normalization).
To more precisely stimulate corrective feedback to the cerebellum, Thomas invented the BioPulser®, a machine that avoids biological restraints and sets the muscles into resonant frequency vibration, thereby stimulating certain nerves in the muscle spindles. Thomas' foundational discoveries on muscle function and dysfunction were made during his 25 years of clinical practice. This generated numerous research papers, culminating in authoring a book titled, "What's Really Wrong with You? A Revolutionary Look At How Muscles Affect Your Health". He has continued for the last 19 years after his semi-retirement, to refine and add to his collection of scientific research.
One of the tributes Thomas received for his revolutionary neuromuscular research and development, is having been invested as an Honorary Officer and Knight by the Sovereign San Luigi Order of the Lion and Black Cross, an ancient French charitable order, earning him the distinguished title of Sir Thomas Griner.