Frankly, I'm skeptical about anything billed as "The Wave of the Future." But somebody lauded to high heaven the technique of this Nicholas Dogris, PhD, and his NeuroField therapy. Supposedly it works great for FMS and all sorts of neurological problems. You can read all about it if you don't mind a lack of concrete details, on his website: neurofield.org. There's a lot of vague language about energy fields and the body's need to balance this and that, all very pretty and seemingly meaningful. Then there's this disclaimer: "NeuroField is not a medical device, does not treat medical illness, and does not diagnose medical problems. NeuroField is a energy replenishment and stress reduction system. " Looking it over has only increased my doubt, but it turns out the guy who invented this is local here, and some people swear by him. I'm dubious but I'd like to be open-minded. Anyone heard of or even tried this?