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I am just setting up my business and have had several people with osteo arthritis, and spondylitis, and as there have been no sticky points or high readings I have used the hidden pain protocol - points on face and 3 columns down spine.

but want to know how often to treat them- ? I have been doing 1 x weekly.

 

I am not set up to buy more equipment right now to rent out to my clients- so will this treatment work, or do I need to see them more frequently than this?

advice appreciated

 



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To help you make a decision how often to treat the patient, you need to ask him/her, how recent their health issue is. Typically conditions like osteoarthritis, especially that is complicated with spondylitis is by nature a chronic systemic condition. Therefore, treatment should be given once or twice a week, six to eight sessions total before the treatment break.

If the patient does not experience severe pain, or has many simultaneous painful areas, its best to treat General Zones (spine, head, abdomen)

It would be helpful for a patient to have a personal device to manage aggravation at home, but if you do not have the rental device, it is still doable, but it means it will take longer to clear pain and will require more visits from your patient.

In your particular case you have chosen the correct strategy. Please share with us the treatment outcome when you complete treating this patient

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thank you- I have been treating spine, face, and will do abdomen as well, currently treating weekly- I will share when I have more updates on their progress

 

many thanks



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you can also treat the opposite joint is pain is not so severe (less than 5 VAS)

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Any 'itis' including osteoarthritis and spondylitis should respond to an overall dietary and supplement programme to re-balance acid/alkaline status.  Habits and lifestyle need to be changed as necessary otherwise improvements will most likely be temporary.

 



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yes, I totally agree, this is also my personal experience, greens, alkaline foods, reduce acidity, but also reduce exposure to damp cold, would make a good addition to InterX therapy. Christine, what is the name of the book you could recommend on treating arthritis with diet and example recipes?



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