On March 2nd, proceeds from a fishing tournament at Lake Kissimmee will benefit her family. For more information, call Joe Pepper at (813) 326-7565.
Lexi is still in the hospital and due to come home within the week. A hospital bed was donated to them on Friday from Shriners Children's Hospital in Tampa.
A reflexologist has also been working with Lexi since late January when he heard about her story. He seems to be working miracles with his hands.
With the use of lotion, his hands, and pressure points on the feet, he is changing lives.
He calls it Neuro Synthetic Conduction Therapy. His way of explaining it is much easier to take in, "The nerves are almost like a lighter, consistently flicking a lighter until it turns on."
Lexi Antorino is one of his miracles.
She is the 2-year-old little girl who went into a coma after a swingset fell on her, crushing her skull December 9, 2007. She has never woken up. Until now. "She grabbed my finger," Ken said. "She reached out and grabbed my finger. She turns and looks at you and smiles." His treatment seems to be working.
Ken has been working with her everyday to help her wake up. He has already helped more than 3,000 people. People who are quadriplegics, those in comas, and patients who were told they'd never wake up or walk. Ken is changing their lives.
By the way....Ken is blind!
For more information, feel free to contact Ken at Ken's Neuro Synthetic Conduction Therapy at 727-204-2905.
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