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Abrams,

Albert, U.S. physician, 1863-1924.
Abrams heart reflex - a contraction of the myocardium when the skin of the precordial region is irritated.
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Albert Abrams in the early 1900s observed that body tissues and organs have specific and unique frequencies.
Some of these therapies would be dismissed by today's medicine, such as Albert Abrams's electrically based vibratory techniques, but in their heyday they were supported by millions of Americans desperate for relief and cures.
To trace its roots we have to go back a full century to the early 1900s, when the American neurologist Dr Albert Abrams discovered its principles by chance while routinely examining a patient.