Patient's Inability To Swallow Pieces Of Meat
15 February, 2021
Patient with the inability to swallow pieces of meat
A male patient, age 73, every 3-4 months had to endure the procedure of having his "throat stretched" (Esophageal dilation) because of Achalasia, or he could only eat a soft food diet.
According to Merck Manual:
"Achalasia is a neurogenic esophageal motility disorder characterized by impaired esophageal peristalsis and a lack of lower esophageal sphincter relaxation during swallowing. Symptoms are slowly progressive dysphagia, usually to both liquids and solids, and regurgitation of undigested food. Evaluation typically includes manometry, barium swallow, and endoscopy. Treatments include dilation, botulinum toxin injection, surgical myotomy, and peroral endoscopic myotomy."
It is classified as a rare condition. I have had two patients with it, both experienced successful immediate outcomes. One had a single recurrence.
Using the technique taught in the State Energy Remedy Academy Course XII, evaluation determined the Vagus Cranial Nerve was compromised by an Insulting Frequency, which dissipated with an immediate successful swallowing experience.
This example is just one of the multitude of conditions State Energy Remedy®'s technique can create a successful outcome.
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Ronald Masters II, D.C.
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