| Joined: 12 Feb 2007|
| Post subject: Ed's Experience
||Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 7:23 am
|Just arrived today
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 07:09:59 GMT
For the past two years a “slipped disk” has kept me from exercising, and in varying degrees of pain. I consulted an orthopedic surgeon, and after reading my MRI, he called me and asked how I was managing to walk around. I have used TENS machines to lessen the pain, and the back pain and sciatica have ranged from moderate to horrible. I have been a dentist for over thirty-five years, and back problems are endemic within the profession. At age 61, I was feeling like an old guy.
I am interested in electromagnetic therapy, and have Rife machines and a MWO. I converted an electrode chord from a TENS machine to plug into an Altered-States portable Rife machine. I placed the 2”X3” electrodes on my back in the lumbar region on either side of the spinal column. I put on the elastic support belt I wear, the type employees in discount houses wear when they move boxes. I purchased mine from Sports Authority for under $30.00. I plugged the chord, attached to the electrodes, into the portable Rife machine in the top plug marked PLATES. I set the program for 5 and adjusted the intensity for a comfortable vibration. In about three hours I noticed something strange. The pain was gone.
I do not mean the pain was less or bearable. The pain was GONE!
About two months prior to this relief I was at the barbershop I regularly frequent.
I started talking with another patron, a tennis pro about my age and a close friend of the barber. From years of playing tennis, the pro has two slipped disks. I asked him how he got rid of the pain, he replied, “drugs”. He was injecting himself with Demerol, a powerful narcotic. Shortly after my back pain left due to the Rife machine, I was at the barbershop. After extolling the virtues of my Rife machine, I asked my barber how her friend, the tennis pro, was doing. Unfortunately, the drugs stopped working and he was becoming addicted. He was in so much pain he could not get out of bed, let alone drive a car. I lent her my machine and some new electrodes to take to her friend. He got the machine on a Saturday, and returned to work on Tuesday, while taking medicine to combat withdrawal symptoms. I have not used the machine since my pain left.
For skeptics like myself, my only contact with Barry and altered-states has been as a client. I receive no compensation for this long winded discussion. I have experienced such relief from back pain from this Rife machine, I would like others to realize the benefit of pain relief in safety, without the risk and expense associated with back surgery.
Thank you Ed