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Pain Overview

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Pain is the most common of all ailments and can be divided into 2 categories

1. Acute pain (having been present for 2-4 weeks duration).

2. Chronic pain (lasting longer than 4-6 weeks).

Pain occurs in many parts and for many reasons. This makes diagnosis important. When you know where and why the pain occurs (such as Arthritic Joint pain) you can begin treatment.

Children: It is important that all children’s pains (especially headaches) are properly diagnosed by an appropriate professional.

Pain in general is caused by inflamed tissue, dead tissue or scar tissue. Swelling may accompany the pain especially in cases of acute pain such ‘after an operation’ or a sports injury. Even inflammation in the arteries and veins can cause pain (as in vascular migraines).

Serrapeptase can be safely used in all acute and chronic conditions. Its success is due to its ability to quickly get rid of inflammation as well as dissolve (eat away) any dead or scar tissue. It does not affect any of the vital living tissue. When this dead inflamed tissue is cleared out then healthy tissue can regenerate into its place.

Other actions can accompany the Serrapeptase including: physical therapy, electro-acupressure, nutrition and diet changes. If you are on drugs then you will be able to reduce them as soon as the pain symptoms decrease. It is advisable to do this in consultation with your health professional if they are co-operative. If they are negative about you taking health steps that do not involve drugs then find a natural health physician for a consolation.

Back/Neck Pain

What causes it?

Back/Neck pain is one of the greatest causes of chronic pain in the Western World, 80% of people suffer from it in one form or another. It can be totally debilitating – not to mention excruciatingly painful. The causes are many including lack of exercise (or too much) and operations that leave scar tissue.

How can Serrapeptase Help?

Serrapeptase helps immensely as it clears out all of the inflammation and dead/scar tissue. By clearing away this problem tissue it enables the bodies own healing system to replace it with healthy tissue.

How many do I take?

Start with 3 Tablets of Serrapeptase x 3 times per day on an empty stomach and increase it to 4 x 3 if no relief with 7 days. Then gradually reduce to 1 x 1.

Can I take too many tablets or can it interfere with any drugs I am taking?

No. It has been used for over 25 years with no side effects reported.

What things can I do to help with Painful disorders?

1. Take Serrapeptase tablets as recommended.

2. Obviously help by a health professional such as a chiropractic, osteopath or physiotherapist would be sought immediately to make any adjustments (1 to 3 treatments should be effective).

3. Then treatment with an electro-acupressure device has proved to be highly effective in treating back problems. The HealthPoint unit simply stimulates the body’s own healing system, and it is effective over a vast range of back-related problems.

4. The Good Health Plan™ from Good Health will ensure a proper weight level will be achieved and appropriate nutrients are taken to help the healing process.

5. Exercise by walking fast for 60 minutes at least 3 times per week. Careful training to rebuild the inner muscles will ensure support for the vertebrae.

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6 Responses to Pain Overview

  • mike daly says:

    May 06, 2013 at 02:01 am

    Robert, I was told I need fusion surgery on l5-s1 disc. I have tried 3 epidurals and meds. I do ot want surgery. BTW I have had an average CPK of 450 and have had numerous blood tests but no one can say why. Ive also been bitten by ticks numerous times maybe 10 a year for the last 8 years. I have been tested for lyme disease but it comes back negative. Ive heard of people seeing 14 doctors before it was found. I have had pain from waist down for the pas 10 years getting worse each year. Now its keeping me from working and getting around. I am 52years old, I feel like I have muscle wasting disease Any help would be appreciated

  • Robyn Greaves says:

    June 15, 2012 at 03:35 am

    I wrote to you a few weeks ago. I take 1 x 3 per day. The knee is still swollen and stiff but getting better slow. I have been very active all of my life just a bit frustrated, operation only 15 weeks old. I have had problems with my bowlfor years. The stool gets hard quickly, I have done everything, I go good for a while then it goes bad. I am 61, weight 70 kilo and I eat quite well. I take a multi vitamin, liquid fish oil and just started taking a flora probatic and natural menopause tablets. I have got off HRT only a month ago. Will hemp oil help. Can you help me or suggest anything else. Thank you. Can I download your book is that possible.

  • Carrie says:

    April 12, 2012 at 12:31 am

    Hi Robert,
    I have a torn labrum tear(extensive) in my shoulder that is causing me significant pain. I do not want to risk taking any NSAIDS as I’ve had stomach issues for several years post gi infection. I take probiotics and a healthy yeast Florastor and a Revitalx for GI repair daily. I was training for a marathon when i had a fall and now I’m completely sidelined. I’m seeing physio but struggling to get the inflammation down. I’ve started on serrapeptase but I think I have to up the quantity. How long can I take 3-4 @ 80,000ui’s 3 times daily. Do you think serrapeptase will help take my pain away. If I have surgery it is 8-9 months away(Canadian system)- I’d love to hear your thoughts on using serrapeptase to cope. I do not wan’t to take antibiotics for surgery as this is what caused my gi infection initially.

    • Robert Redfern says:

      April 14, 2012 at 04:50 am

      Replay sent via email.
      Robert

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