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Susie

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Hi there. I have a lady coming this afternoon with a painful gall bladder scar Which she has had for quite a while, so chronic. i plan to treat the scar/pain area itself and the spine. Anything else I can do or should look for? 

 

Many thanks.

 

Susie



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So, the lady arrived and told me she had the op in 2010 and the pain was gradual after that. It hit it's peaks (snd stayed) in 2014. She's been on lots of meds and is taking a couple a day. She also has a mild hiatus hernia. Her scar is absolutely tiny. 

 

I treated her spine around T4 as this is where InterX stuck. I followed it around to the front and I also treated the scar where her pain is but it didn't stick there. 

 

Is there anything else I can do? 

 

Susie



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the scar could be internal... you need to find active sites, scan the bigger area both at the front and back. Once you found it, use frequency range 15 - 60PPS. lower frequency band seems having a very good scar resolution. you must treat the corresponding dermatome too


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Thank you. Seeing her Thursday so will see what happens. 



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I saw this patient Wednesday as an urgent appointment. Her shoulder started causing her tremendous pain, her scar pain had gone but came back with shoulder pain. I did treat around this area Monday so I wondered if this is all connected as it seems too much of a coincidence for it not to be. She text today to say her shoulder is still sore but has eased tremendously and her scar pain has gone. She can't believe it as she has taken painkillers a for a long time.

Can I help the hiatus hernia? Or am I already treating it due to location of the scar?

Many thans for your help Zulia, I appreciate how busy you are.

Susie
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Yes, you are already doing it. Stick to InterX methodology and the patient's pain will guide you to where to treat, session after session. Remember, you cannot damage with the InterX, it does not have any side effects, you can only aggravate the symptoms that are present, but maybe in a latent stage.
Good to know the progress with her.

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This lady is very happy with the outcome. She comes for the odd top up treatment but is no longer on meds at all.



-- Edited by Susie on Tuesday 21st of June 2016 01:49:09 PM

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I would start with scanning the area and finding the Active Sites, also use the lower frequencies, 15PPS or 15 - 60PPS



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