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Anything is possible

Postby fee001 » Sat Aug 06, 2011 6:35 pm

Hi!

When Roger Bannister ran the 4 minute mile scientists and medics believed it would not be possible and hisbody would explode under the pressure.

When Christopher Columbus saled over the horizon, educated men thought that the world was flat.

If theories in life go unchallenged then there is no progress. And that is why I challenge to myself my diagnosis. I have nothing to prove to any medic any scientist, but just to myself and my family.

What I am trying to say is, if you doubt something, or things dont make any sense re ms, question it but do your own research.

Medics and scientists dont know everything.

I have spent 3 years researching many things re ms or a mess as I see it.

You are told by others that if you question it you must be in "denial" I suppose in a way you are, but it does not make you wrong to do so.

As it is 2.36am here I shall now bid you goodnight! and I will now wheel away and go to back to my bed.

Thank you
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Postby civickiller » Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:05 pm

ccsvi is stepping out of the norm but they stopped there. People listened to a dr in italy with 65 patients reading a report a few people testimonials but people dont listen to dr's(more than one) that say somethings wrong with you, that you can physically see and be corrected and even ccsvi dr's are seeing with their mrv scans. mutiple people testimonials on here saying how it helped them but people wont listen to them

The people that say Upper Cervical Care is a scam and wont try it, remind me of neurologist and their attitudes.

my theory on why ice climate see more MS is because they grew up slipping on ice, throwing their atlas off. I defy all common scenarios on people who have MS. I live in a tropical climate, identical twin brother with no MS, nobody in my family ever had MS, Im a male whatever else, but i did fall 10 feet from a tree landing on my back when i was around 12.

I believe once UCC becomes mainstream, neurological conditions will drop dramatically
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I totally agree

Postby fee001 » Sun Aug 07, 2011 1:40 am

Hi!

I totally agree.

We watch our children play, running around full of beans not stop, until bedtime and Oh what relief they now are quite little angels.

We constantly watch our children, but its not until they lay perfectly still that a possible problem can be realised by a trained eye.

Touch wood I have never sustained injury in my life, whiplash nothing. Apart from when I was 15 or 16 I got well very drunk, smashed well and truely out of it. I was carried home by some friends, at the same time that my Dad turned up. I was dropped on my head in a ditch, its only because my Dad mention it to me a couple of years ago that I know. I sustained no visible injury, only complete horror when I woke up the next day in my mums bed.

The cervical spine needs studying research wise. If the Atlas is out a fraction it has influence on our whole structure. I think my original accident may have made it vulnerable later on when I adapted to balance problems.

I find it all so facinatingly interesting

Problems with structure will cause spasm and tremor. I had l'hermites but that too has gone.

With the ccsvi I cant believe that the Atlas implications is being ignored, to me that is absolutely crackers.

When someone joins up aall the dots they'll realise, and when that penny drops it will be hard and fast.

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