Why Most Practitioners Are Not Trained To Effectively Treat Symptoms Of Autoimmune Disorders
Chiropractors, Naturopaths, Massage Therapists, Natural Therapists & Even Partners Of Patients, Don’t know Anywhere Near Enough, To Beat Parkinson’s Disease & Other Rigidity Autoimmune Disorders.
There are specific things that “MUST” be done to help patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, MS, MSA, ALS, IBS, COPD, Diabetes and other disorders similar, particularly with their frame of mind, mental attitude, posture and breathing. These very important issues are not being taught to practitioners during accreditation training, which is why these patients are being given doom-and-gloom instead of a direction for them to place their efforts, and the hope of a bright future. (Both medical and natural practitioners come out of their accreditation training without having “ANY CLUE WHATSOEVER” on how to understand the causes, or the best treatment, for these many disorders. Watch my video below on Betty Green and you will see exactly what I mean.)
If you are a patient, or a relative of a patient, and you are disappointed in the healthcare system because it offers “nothing” in the way of hope, you will find answers in this article that will explain “why” you are offered nothing, and, that will help to quench your disappointment. Just remember, these disorders are “NOT” incurable. There “IS” a way to overcome them with a multi-directional approach that includes, an understanding of how to develop peace of mind, and how the mind influences the body.
Two main steps you need to be aware of: –
THE FIRST, of the mental aspects needing attention, is to help patients remain positive while dealing with internalised stress effectively enough for them to improve their R.E.M. stage of sleep, as we only “absorb” nutrient to help the cells of our mind and body heal, and our endocrine glands only top up hormone storage for emotional strength, and our muscles only remain flexible, “IF” we experience R.E.M. sleep regularly.
THE SECOND, is to correct all muscular-skeletal issues in the neck, back and hips, (the neck first), so as to improve nerve signals and blood flow to the brain, the muscles that work our skeleton, and to the stomach, small intestine and gall bladder for digestion and absorption of the foods and nutrient we consume, and for that nutrient to be sent to the symptom-affected body areas.
It is impossible to give patients improvement without helping them in these two areas “FIRST” yet this information is not taught to practitioners in accreditation training.
24 Accredited Professional Health Practitioners, “Medical & Natural” Did Not Have A Clue How To Assess Betty Green, Let Alone How To Correct The Respiratory Pain, and The Symptoms She Experienced.
These two steps are just the beginning though, as there are quite a number of other issues, starting with absorption of oxygen” which need to be regularly assessed, corrected where necessary, and monitored. (My success video on Betty Green below, explains oxygen absorption.) Practitioners are not taught the importance of these factors in relation to the onset of rigidity disorders, in accreditation training, and as you will realise from the actions of the 24 practitioners who treated Betty, they “BADLY” need to be.
Practitioners Of The Future Must Think Like A Psychologist, An Endocrinologist, A Chiropractor, A Massage Therapist Who Knows The Nerves, and, A Personal Trainer, So As To Use The B.A.10 Program. Most people assume that to treat patients for all the subjects I mentioned above, will call for a psychologist, an endocrinologist, a chiropractor, a massage therapist and a personal trainer. A time is coming however, when all natural health practitioners will, “at the least”, need to learn new assessment tests that find unconscious suppression in the mind that encourages muscle stiffness and tremors, through an excessive release of the stiffness hormone “noradrenaline”, and that document the state of the endocrine system, the spine, the brain stem and CSF Pressure, the respiratory system, the nutrient absorption system, and the ability of tendons and muscles to support freedom of movement.