Parkinson’s Disease. Case Study

Over the years I have been carrying out case studies on diseases using Scenar therapy,  some have been successful and others not so but the research benefits outweigh the time taken.

After watching a report on the BBC April 2016 which showed a gentleman having the severe shakes caused by Parkinson’s switched off using similar electro magnetic stimulation which got me thinking that Scenar therapy could probably cause a similar reaction, so I advertised on Facebook for someone suffering from Parkinson’s disease to carry out a case study, an old friend recommended Michael Williamson to me a 69 man living in Hayling Island who had been suffering with this terribly debilitating disease for the past six years, we met at my treatment room and hit it off from the onset so arranged to start the treatment.

For the first four treatments there was no real changes to his condition but when he attended the fifth on 13th of June 2016 he reported that apart from a few twinges he had been pain free for the first time since having been diagnosed with Parkinson,s, he has been pain free to date 01/08/16 apart from pains in his right knee and hip after over doing it when mountain walking whilst on holiday on the isle of Skye in July, I treated those injuries and he is now pain free.

We seem to have had some success with reducing the shaking and Michael has reduced his drug intake from five to four pills.I will post any further changes when they occur.

For further information I can be contacted on 07723855518

 

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