The middle-aged lady was well dressed and in tears of fear as she handed me an open letter from her medical doctor to whatever doctor took on her case. As I read the letter I became disgusted. The letter basically said good luck to anyone who could fix her “Unilateral Cephalgia.”
The tear streaked face of the lady was pitiful as she said, as if I didn’t understand the letter, that she had an incurable disease called Unilateral Cephalgia.
I was disgusted, because all her M.D. did was translate into Latin what she told the doctor was her primary symptom…pain on one side of her head! It was not a disease, although to her it sounded like a death sentence!
I don't know about you, but I am sick of hearing that the best that doctors can do is either turn what you told them into Latin, or come up with some bogus, good-for-nothing diagnosis!
Another example, not long ago a young lady contacted me with the symptoms of atrophy (shrinking) of the of her gluteus maximus and medius muscles (Her buttock muscles), and she had been having severe pain in the hip joint, and since the muscles couldn't hold her hip bones in place the joint was popping and wouldn't hold her up when she walked.
She went to several "big-name", highly-recommended medical doctors, and a couple of natural docs...I kid you not, the best diagnosis they could come up with was to proclaim that she had "External Popping Hip Syndrome!" SERIOUSLY???
When I heard that I told her, in jest, that I just so happen to be the world leader in the treatment of LFADS...Lateral Femoro-Acetabular Dissassociative Syndrome!" Of course I just made that up...it is no more a real diagnosis than the bogus Hip Popping Syndrome. Basically I just said the same thing in Latin.
A few weeks ago, she came to the Hansa Center and left pain-free and after a month reports that the muscles are coming back and filling in the crater where it had been atrophied.
Then there is the more prevalent bogus diagnosis I am hearing more and more, especially in young women...Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), another good-for-nothing diagnosis. Basically medicine cannot figure out what is wrong in these people so since the people have unrelenting pain in one area of their body they call it CRPS.
I just this week saw an amazing case of this in a 16 year old girl whose legs to her feet have hurt extremely bad for two years to the point that she could barely walk at times and she has lost two years of athletics and school activities.
The recommended conventional medical treatments were just as barbaric...to put this person through so much pain that the intense severity of the pain would eventually "blow the pain circuits in the body," supposedly resulting in not being able to feel the pain afterwards!
What a freaking disrespect of the wisdom of the body. Pain is your body's way of letting you know something is wrong. We did our CRT and BRS testing and started treatment to restore what was going on throughout the body (not just treating the legs) and after a one hour treatment it was completely gone and has remained gone without any painkillers...just by facilitating the restoration of all of the body and resetting the organ circuits.
Of note, she also had unrelenting 24/7 nausea and abdominal pain, which were also completely gone after standing up off the treatment table after the one hour treatment. No matter what we call any collection of symptoms it always comes down to how are you going to find and correct it's causes!
Usually "syndromes" such as these two examples have multiple causes and are the result of many issues accumulating until that "last straw that breaks the camel's back."
Can we do this for every case, no, however we get it often enough that all of our doctors work with the expectation that each treatment visit will potentially touch the primary causes of the symptoms that dramatic improvement might be seen each day of your two week visit.
The reality is still that although this young lady has no more symptoms she is still not optimally healthy yet, so she is completing her two-weeks of care at the Hansa Center.
True healing, whether it is virtually instantaneous, such as this lady, or whether it is a more prolonged improvement that moves very slowly, requires finding and correcting EVERYTHING that is interfering with the body's own ability to heal.
All efforts must be in providing the body with the building blocks, structural, chemical, stress, and bio-energetic corrections, and information, in the form of correcting the body's epigenetic, "software" glitches, and then keeping the body functioning for a long enough period that it can maintain itself without having to take anything.
I implore you to not submit or settle for a bogus diagnosis, or submit to barbaric torture treatments, no matter how high and mighty the doctor's medical credentials.Share