Monthly Archives: July 2011
“Worry does not empty tomorrow of it’s sorrow, it empties today of it’s strength,” a great pearl from Pastor Elliot.
The reality is that literally every organ and gland of the body has specific emotions that they may store. This therefore can then lead to virtually any health issue you can imagine. Emotional “stress” in a general sense refers to negative effects on the adrenal glands. Thus leading to hypoglycemia, plantar fascitis, shin splints, low back pains, weak immune function, jaw pains, knee pain, or ankle weakness. But remember, literally every organ is at risk. So what can we do about it?
Patients benefit from this technique called Neuro Emotional Technique (NET), which looks at the impact of and negative effects of stressed stored in the body, often unknowingly. Recently, (NET) has been proven to be the most effective treatment for chronic low back pain. The ONE research foundation which I gladly help support is publishing a game changing paper that unequivocally documents the profound healing in NET
For example…The ONE research foundation while documenting the relief of chronic low back pain documented lab changes in the inflammatory markers of TNF alpha, IL-6, IL-1, CRP and IL-10. There were multiple phychosocial tests performed that demonstrated a 35% reduction in anxiety and depression. All this jargon to simply confirm that Neuro Emotional Technique is now the best documented remedy for not only pain and inflammation, but also stress management. And the beauty is that this profound technique is done with out drugs, surgery or even dietary changes in a relatively short, highly effective office visit. Stay tuned for more.
In the meantime, I received this from a patient:
“Dr. V noticed a pattern in my wellness, and he used his NET techniques to find an emotional pattern in my mind/body that was keeping me stuck in some areas in life, including physical healing. His treatment focused on eliminating the emotional pattern, and then shifting me into a new emotional paradigm.
I took a huge step on my overall health journey, and found an area of imbalance that makes sense of all the health challenges I’ve had. I am very grateful for the care of Dr. V. His emotional technique helped me to progress forward in aspects of my life and my health.”
Pain on the outside of the elbow is often secondary to a hormonal imbalance. There is a very commonly active acupuncture point there that hurts when the hormone’s are imbalanced. Parallel that with symptom’s of hot flashes, PMS, headaches, hip pain, low libido or just that general blah feeling. Most hormonal correction starts with stabilizing blood sugar. Happy hormone’s = Happy home!
[May 2011 Archives] Got a proper bike fit this week. Today I rode 1 mile per hour faster at a heart rate that averaged 2 beats per minute lower than the next closest exactly matched ride. This means that I am 6.25% more efficient with my seat a mere 1 mm higher and 2 mm forward. Yes, I fanatically track everything, so that I can learn and help you all