December 29, 1981
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I am a professional real estate educator, holding a bachelor’s degree in forensic (speaking, logic, debate, login, etc.) with a minor in sociology and have been Certified as a Specialist with the mentally handicapped.
For most of my adult life, I felt that the only way to treat illness and injury was through the medical procedures. In 1974, I was diagnosed with adult-onset diabetes. I was able to control it with diet until about 1981. At that time my medical doctor recommended that I begin receiving daily injections of insulin. The dosage was low, about 10 units daily. Gradually, it had to be increased until, by late 1989, I was taking 19 units each evening and 15 units each morning. Use of the insulin helps keep me going, but has not cured my diabetes.
I experienced a slipped disk in my lower back in the summer of 1984. It responded very slowly to physical therapy, but has returned to normal.
I have always had significant problems with sinusitis and some years ago and was diagnosed as having chronic bronchitis. These conditions caused me to be on daily medication. Said medication helped alleviate the symptoms but was of no help in curing the problem.
In the fall of 1989 I was diagnosed by the medical community of having acute diabetic neuropathy from just above my knees down to and including the toes of both feet. I had very little feeling in the knees and none at al l in my lower legs, ankles, feet and toes. I could not go up a flight of stairs without hanging onto the railing, knowing that one or both of my knees would buckle after 3 or 4 steps. My feet were, according to my wife, like blocks of ice. They were a grayish color, not the pinkish tinge of normal feet.
I was told by the doctors that there was nothing to be done in the way of a cure –their only suggestion was that physical therapy might help maintain the status quo “for a while”.
I gradually became more and more depressed as I saw that the physical therapy was not helping. I could envision a future marked by continuing deterioration of the feet and legs and eventual amputation. The doctors’ consolation: “Sorry – there is no known remedy.”
My wife, Hazel, had been doing more to alleviate the neuropathic problems by use of her accu-pressure massage than had the physical therapy. Even her ministrations, however, could not halt the deterioration in my feet and legs. In December, 1990, Hazel attended a week-end seminar in Mancos, Colorado (Southwestern Colorado) at the Bio-Magnetic Educational Foundation Her enthusiasm about the good work being done at the Foundation led me to ask, ”When do we start getting treatments?”
On January 10, 1991, we both began receiving treatments at the Foundation 3 times a week – I for diabetes, back problems, sinusitis and bronchitis. Hazel was treated for glaucoma, sinusitis and related problems.
About 4months into the treatments, I noticed that my knees were beginning to hurt. Most people would fee that that was NOT progress, but when you have had no feeling in your knees for 2 years, feeling pain is an occasion for rejoicing! Shortly after beginning to feel pain in the knees and lower legs, I became aware that my feet were getting ticklish – another occasion for grant rejoicing!
I have reduced my insulin intake about 30% -I seldom have any numbness in the lower extremities. I have not had to take any sinus or bronchitis medication for over 6 months.
Most importantly, I came out of the sense of depression in just a few weeks after beginning treatments. There is simply no comparison with my current attitude toward life and that attitude I had 12 months ago.
My back problems are gradually improving. I have been seeing a chiropractor as well as having bio-magnetic treatments. (I used to believe chiropractors were charlatans because they weren’t medical doctors.)
The world of medicine is certainly very important to all of us. I have discovered, however, that there ARE alternative healing methods that will work, even though the M.D.’s may feel there is no cure or effective treatment.
Hazel’s eye doctor has been encouraging her for several years to have surgery. Her last several tests have shown the pressure on her eyes to be gradually lessening – a recent test showed the pressure to be at almost normal levels.
Dos Bio-Magnetics work? It certainly has for Hazel and me and for many others. Is it magic? Is it instantaneous? NO! We did not become ill or incapacitated overnight, and the body cannot heal itself overnight. Bio-Magnetics is a process of the body healing itself when triggered by the properly applied touch of another person.
If you have physical problems that the M.D.’s don’t seem to be able to cure or alleviate, you owe it to yourself to look. The practitioners are all volunteers who seek no reward other than that of seeing the joy of good health returned to those who are ill. This “work of love” and concern for others is, I feel, part of the reason that Bio-Magnetic treatments are so successful.
Thank you for listening to my story – I’m always happy even elated to tell of what Bio-magnetics has done for me and others. IF THIS SOUNDS TOO GOOD TOBE TRUE, YOU’LL HAV TO TRY IT FOR YOURSELF. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THE TREATMENTS. IF YOU WISH TO DONATE (TAX-DEDUCTABLE) TO THE FOUNDATION, THAT’S FINE. YOU WILL NOT BE PRESSURED IN ANY WAY FOR DONATIONS.
Paul M. Robinson Durango, CO