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87 years young withNeuropathy/heartdisease/arthritis and rebounding

Posted by
Richard J. Watson on August 08, 2003 at 00:13:24:

Hi Walt et al
Last year my mum who was 86 started her first regular exercise program on her "thereapeutic" rebounder. Much prgress since: remission of heart disease (say no to nitro), remission of arthritis ( say no to painkillers), and now, wonder of wonders she reported to me to-night that she has had enough improvement in her feet, that she was able to entertain company to-day, and to do that, wore her SANDALS which she has not been able to wear for at least five years due to the numbness in her feet, which she claims is slowly getting "better". It should be emphasized this process has taken over 1 1/2 years. Nonetheless, she feels it is somewhat of a miracle for, as she puts it, "an antique like me".

I look forward to any comments you or anyoner else might have. As far as we are aware, there is little or nothing else that will help out those who are on a downward spiral of neuropathy, with a condition that generally leads to incapacitation.

Please let us know whether not this improvement she noticed is remarkable.



Re: 87 years young withNeuropathy/heartdisease/arthritis and rebounding

Posted by Well Spouse on August 08, 2003 at 08:56:48:

In Reply to: 87 years young withNeuropathy/heartdisease/arthritis and rebounding posted by Richard J. Watson on August 08, 2003 at 00:13:24:

Wow! Wonderful news for your Mum.
May I ask, what kind of neuropathy does she have? My husband has intermittent demyelinating neuropathies in his feet which, when they kick in, cause him not to be able to bear weight on the affected foot (or feet, sometimes). The neuro doesn't know what has caused this.
Thanks!

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87 years young withNeuropathy/heartdisease/arthritis and rebounding TESTIMONIAL

Posted by Walt Stoll on August 09, 2003 at 06:48:27:

In Reply to: 87 years young withNeuropathy/heartdisease/arthritis and rebounding posted by Richard J. Watson on August 08, 2003 at 00:13:24:

Thanks, Richard.

This kind of rebounding progress is not unusual in cases like this although, by allopathic standards, this is a miracle! It is a real scandal that conventional medicine is not recommending simple things like this to people like your mom! I guess there is just not enough money in it.

Considering that the natural history of what she has is gradual worsening over time, if she had just been able to stay the same for the past 1 1/2 years, any conventional physician would have been ecstatic & bragged on his miraculous treatment.

Now I hope you can convince her to learn SR and practice it regularly since it will magnify the benefits she is getting from her rebounding.

Walt

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