In 1997, James was making final plans to take his own life after suffering with excruciating pain from trigeminal neuralgia for over 10 years.
His wife heard a radio program about upper cervical care and convinced him to go see the upper cervical doctor in their town.
Needless to say, that visit changed his life, and ended his plans to commit suicide.
Now Dr. Tomasi lives his life making people aware of upper cervical care across the nation by doing public service lectures, TV and Radio appearances, as well as speaking in many churches, colleges and clinics.
He has written several books along with his wife, Rhonda, and one book, What Time Tuesday chronicles his personal story of suffering with trigeminal neuralgia and his recovery under upper cervical care.
This interview is about an hour long, in two parts, and I hope you enjoy it.