That Thing on Hillary’s Back

What the Hell is it? We post a possibility.  Any doctors out there? Feel free to weigh in.

We do not have a Doctor on staff.  We are trying to match possible electronics to the geometry of what we see.  Because we see her wear it during the debate, we eliminate any microphone or communications device. (wink,wink)

Medtronic Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Therapy is a surgical treatment proven to reduce some of the symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease.  During DBS Therapy, a small, pacemaker-like device sends electronic signals to an area in the brain that controls movement. These signals block some of the brain messages that cause annoying and disabling motor symptoms.

The Activa® PC dual-channel neurostimulator uses electrical stimulation to manage some of the most disabling motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.  The neurostimulator is typically implanted near the collarbone.


The deep brain stimulator system has three parts that are implanted inside the body:

  • Neurostimulator – a programmable battery-powered pacemaker device that creates electric pulses. It is placed under the skin of the chest below the collarbone or in the abdomen.
  • Lead – a coated wire with a number of electrodes at the tip that deliver electric pulses to the brain tissue. It is placed inside the brain and connects to an extension wire through a small hole in the skull.
  • Extension – an insulated wire that connects the lead to the neurostimulator. It is placed under the skin and runs from scalp, behind the ear, down the neck, and to the chest.  [ed note: Could it not be down the back to the butt for esthetic reasons. Like when you’re trying hard to hide it.] Source- Mayfield Clinic.

You may be a candidate for DBS if you have:

  • a movement disorder with debilitating symptoms (tremor, stiffness) and your medications have begun to lose effectiveness.
  • troubling “off” periods when your medication wears off before the next dose can be taken.
  • troubling “on” periods when you develop medication-induced dyskinesias (excessive wiggling of the torso, head, and/or limbs).

DBS can help treat many of the symptoms caused by the following movement disorders:

  • Parkinson’s disease: tremor, rigidity, and slowness of movement caused by the death of dopamine-producing nerve cells responsible for relaying messages that control body movement.
  • Essential tremor: involuntary rhythmic tremors of the hands and arms, occurring both at rest and during purposeful movement. Also may affect the head in a “no-no” motion.
  • Dystonia: involuntary movements and prolonged muscle contraction, resulting in twisting or writhing body motions, tremor, and abnormal posture. May involve the entire body, or only an isolated area. Spasms can often be suppressed by “sensory tricks,” such as touching the face, eyebrows, or hands.
More than 100,000 people around the world have undergone DBS since it was first approved, in the 1990s, for the treatment of movement disorders. Today, besides providing relief for people with Parkinson’s disease, dystonia (characterized by involuntary muscle contractions) and essential tremor (Haning’s problem), DBS has been shown to be effective against Tourette’s syndrome, with its characteristic tics, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Add to that a wave of ongoing research into DBS’s promise as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other neuropsychiatric conditions, as well as early signs that it may improve memory in Alzheimer’s patients.
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Was Hillary Rushed to Chelsea’s Apartment?

The answer will surprise you.


Hillary Clinton collapses at the 9/11 ceremony in NYC…and is shoved, unconscious, by the Secret Service into a van (or private ambulance, take your pick) like a side of beef and rushed off, not to one of the many world-class hospitals and clinics nearby…but to her daughter’s $11M apartment.  Sound odd? It did to me.  So I looked up a bit about Chelsea’s new apt.


Does Chelsea even live there?

I discovered that it  shares the exact same  address with:
METROCARE HOME SERVICES, INC. 21 East 26th Street, 4th Fl New York, NY 10010
SAME address..SAME Floor…only One Apt. per floor.

The crack investigative team here at The Lucky Puppy called the number provided.

(212) 689-7000

After being immediately transferred to an extension we had this informative conversation.


For a woman very secretive about her ambiguous medical conditions…whom avoids hospitals like the plague, it occurred to me that when the Clinton’s bought this incredibly expensive apartment for their daughter in 2013…they may have also purchased it with the intent of using it as a secret private medical treatment facility for Hillary to use during her anticipated campaign.

To the press, it would only appear Hillary was just dropping in for a visit with her daughter.  When, in reality she is receiving medical treatment and controlled substances from private physicians and private pharmacists  on private property (no need for disclosure).

If so, Chelsea’s “apartment” served it’s secret purpose flawlessly.

It makes sense that to establish a clandestine medical treatment facility in a residential apartment–one which is legally compliant with the controlled substances dispensing/stocking/delivery & shipping requirements…and one which is able to legally supply and treat a private patient with the drugs needed, one would also have to register the address as a medical treatment facility.

In this case, I would assume the Clinton Foundation would be the controlling entity.

A staff private doctors and pharmacists would then be employed  to legally treat the patient, practice medicine within the confines of the private residence and dispense drugs to that private patient without any disclosure.

This medical facility, while legally registered as a public care facility  would also have to be closed to the public in order to operate without any disclosure.

THIS is exactly what appears to be taking place at 21 East 26th Street, 4th Fl., New York, NY.