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Alternative 2013 Victoria Bowmann, PhD Many times a visit to our doctor resolves the problem, other times it doesn’t. So, in those instances, where do we turn? To NSAIDS, like aspirin or ibuprofen, which doesn’t heal the problem but at least gives some temporary relief. Sometimes we use heat, other times a cold pack; what everyone is after is help. When one is in this kind of predicament, it might be important to look outside the box. Facial pain can be particularly stressful, although all pain is awful. The worst pain there is the pain one has. Facial pain can include earaches, headaches, dental stuff, TMJ (temporomandibular joint pain), and even numbness or pain in the lips. One California physician who happens to think outside the traditional box, was treating a patient with numbness in the lips. As a speaker, she was always concerned that she would drool during a presentation because she couldn’t feel her lips. He treated her in this unique manner with great success. This device is actually a hybrid, .bining low level laser light and electrical stimulation. Fortunately, it is cleared by the FDA as an over the counter device, so no prescription is needed for its use. It is portable, cord free, .fortable to handle, and easy to use. In my practice I have helped many with this device and instructed others in the use so they can help themselves in the .fort of their home. In one case, after a dental extraction, there was such deep aching in the socket. There wasn’t dry socket, just pain from the procedure. Gentle work with this device brought relief and more rapid healing than the dentist expected. It was also used by a grandmother on a 6 year old grandson. His ears were hurting although the doctor found no infection. It seemed that molars were growing and causing the child pain. Daily application over the course of a few weeks gave this little one .fort. Earaches can be a problem. Of course, one should see their doctor to determine what is happening and if medicine is needed. While following the doctor’s orders, this device can also be used. Reduction in pain can aid in the .fort while the underlying problem is resolved. Sometimes the Eustachian tubes are blocked. This is a little auditory tube that links the throat to the middle ear. When using this device to relieve the pain, it stimulates ATP, which is the energy source of each cell. This will encourage the body to drain lymphatic fluid, which can assist the Eustachian tubes in more effectively doing their job. Headaches are another area that can be assisted with this device. Often times the base of the skull and upper neck are involved. So while one can use it on the area that hurts, one needs to consider the trigger points that relate to the painful area. There is a strong band of fascia (connective tissue) at the back of the skull. This can be.e filled with tension and create pain in the head and neck. By administering both frequencies to the area, pain if relieved. With continued application, pain can resolve. Perhaps the best part is having the option of getting help at 3 AM or when one awakens and knows he or she will suffer until they can get help from someone else. Part of this success is the speed at which pain is relieved. The device has a 2-minute timer so that it shuts itself off in two minutes. While that may not be enough time for your particular pain, one can press the ON button and do another 2-minute session. In just a few minutes, some relief is often felt. In fact, one can use it for 10 minutes per area, take a break and redo it for persistent pain. Certainly, the benefits aren’t limited to head and face pain, these are examples of success in my practice as well as others sharing their joy. Easy, safe, and rapid. A definite must for one’s first aid kit. Learn more about Dr Victoria’s secret About Victoria Bowmann, Ph.D Dr. Victoria Bowmann received her PhD in homeopathy and natural medicine from Westbrook University as well as a doctorate in homeopathic medicine from the British Institute of Homeopathy. She is also a licensed massage and certified colon therapist in the state of Arizona. Bowmann is a regular contributor to several national publications, has been interviewed on television and radio, and has delivered numerous presentations internationally. She has personally trained physicians and colon hydrotherapist and wrote a widely used training manual on GI Health and reflorastation. Her private practice is located in Phoenix, Ariz., and Bowmann lives by the motto, "Happiness is a choice." About the Author: 相关的主题文章: