Often, symptoms are alleviated early in treatment. If symptoms reoccur, they are usually shorter in duration than the original problem and less intense. Many patients require four to six treatments, once a week, when they begin treatment. Although some symptoms may alleviate with the first treatment, older, persistent, chronic conditions often need a series of treatments.
The goal of treatment is to address imbalance and reach the root cause of the illness. The amount of treatment and the response to treatment varies with each person, because this system of medicine is not only curative, it is also preventative.
With physical, emotional, and/or psychological trauma, a course of treatments is usually required; the number of which depends upon the patient and the severity of trauma.
Quick fixes of symptoms, by definition, do not address the depth of an illness or injury, therefore, a symptom may reassert itself.
Please refer to the Unique Case Histories page for some examples from my own case files about:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Depression
- High Blood Pressure
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- The Common Cold
- Weight Reduction