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Saturday, April 21, 2007

How I treat asthma

One of the conditions which I love to treat is asthma. Why? Because traditional medicine considers this a chronic, life long problem which can never be cured. It can only be held in bay with medicines. These medicines, essentially different varieties of steroids, are administered via nebulizers and many other ways. They help keep things from getting out of hand.

An asthmatic attack is frightening for everyone involved. The patient is gasping. They can't breathe. They feel like they are suffocating. It's horrible.

Recently, I had a child brought in who was a few months old. The wheezing could be heard across the room. When they left the wheezing was no longer to be heard. I had a medical student with me. We both listened with a stethoscope. No more wheezing. The child had also been pulling at one of its ears. Examination revealed a nasty ear infection. At the end of the treatment - no more ear pulling.

How can osteopthy not only help but actually cure conditions like asthma? What I did was carefully examine the child. Besides the regular exam that any well trained physician would perform, I also do a detailed osteopathic exam. I put my hands on the patient and feel for how the body is actually, at the moment of examination, functioning. If there is a problem in function I can often spot it. If you have read my earlier post on sprained ankles you will be familiar with the reality of sprains and strains which, unless removed, really limit the way the body functions.

To get to that post go to: http://www.healthresourcespress.com/harold_goodman_do.htm

They are present in 100% of asthmatic patients whom I have examined. The same can be said for all of my patients with ear infections.

I remove the strain and the symptoms are gone. This after untold time on nebulizers, inhalers, etc. At some point the patient no longer needs these medical crutches. The problem is solved. There is no nebulizer in the world that can remove a strain. There is no blood test or X ray, CT, MRI in the world that can detect what the skilled hands of an osteopathic physician specializing in osteopathy in the cranial field can uncover - and successfully treat.

So, people get better. The patient is not only free of symptoms, they feel better overall. More vitality, more energy.

For me, it's a no brainer. Osteopathy is my love. I also practice acupuncture, I am trained and licensed in traditional medicine and surgery. I am board certified in homeopathy. However, I am an osteopath in my bones ( no pun intended). After 17 years of treating thousands of patients I know what works. I only wish that more people knew that such an option is not only available but covered by most insurance. People just don't need to suffer from asthma and other so-called chronic respiratory diseases.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Kieran JP Ball said...

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July 31, 2011 at 2:16 PM  
Blogger Harold said...

Hi, Kieran

I cannot give professional advice over the net. It is not fair to your mom or others.

That being said, I recommend that you go to the website of the Cranial Academy and look for a doctor in your area who is listed in their online directory of physicians. Tell your mom that this is a special fully licensed physician and surgeon with unique training who will examine and treat her in a different way than the other physicians.

One thing that you can do, and this is not substitute for osteopathic treatment done by a licensed physician, is to place your hands on the part that hurts and just leave them there until you notice your hands feel different than they did initially. You may feel that your hands feel lighter or more the same on both sides ( ie. both palms on the body feel more alike than when you originally placed them on the person). Possibly you may feel something else; it is unique for each person.

It is a little something that you can try on your own. Who knows, she might feel a nice change.

Also, pray to God, the Universe, Our Common Center ( whatever language works for you) that your mom experience herself in the Light of Truth, via the Eyes of the Divine. Prayer is very, very powerful. Do not underestimate its power. I pray for my patients daily. It is probably the most powerful thing I do on their behalf.

There was a time when I did not do this. My results are a thousand times better since I began to pray for my patients.

I send my love to all of you.

July 31, 2011 at 6:01 PM  
Blogger mark sehgal said...

Amazing post

August 7, 2016 at 8:30 AM  

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