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ICNR Case Study #40
Tooth Extraction/Herpes Zoster (Shingles) Connection
The unrelenting pain of chronic shingles can easily ruin one's quality of life and even drive one to thoughts of suicide. Traditional medical concepts relating to shingles still focuses on antiquated allopathic myths that shingles cannot be cured. Present day medicine gives patients little hope of resolving their pain while embracing the belief that symptomatic relief is still the gold standard of treatment.
New technology based on quantum physics is now available to help practitioners quickly diagnose and effectively treat herpes zoster (shingles). There is no need for patients to continue to suffer. The causative agent is a virus and viruses can be effectively treated with bio-frequencies and basic nutritional therapy. There are specific minerals, vitamins, herbs and homeopathics, which help suppress the virus within the cells. Other nutrients are effective in boosting the patient's immune system to help keep the virus under control. An integrated, non-invasive approach is extremely effective in bringing relief to chronic shingles sufferers.
A case in point is a young chiropractor who suffered severe left side facial, nose, maxillary sinus, eye and ear pain for over a year. The pain started immediately after the local anesthetic wore off after an oral surgeon removed an impacted upper left third molar. For a little over one year this patient experienced unrelenting pain. This patient became desperate when she started to loose the sight of her left eye and hearing in her left ear. Not one of the many specialists that were visited was able to make a definitive diagnosis. Within five minutes of examining the patient, a diagnosis was made and treatment initiated. Within one hour of quantum therapy, the patient reported an 80% reduction in pain. This is after enduring severe pain for a little over one year.
The newer quantum technology is incredibly effective, safe and non-invasive.