NMT Success: Blindness of Temporal Arteritis and Affective States Pathway
Yet another impressive NeuroModulation Technique (NMT) Affective States Pathway case history from Dr. Leslie Feinberg, the founder and developer of NMT. I attest to the effectiveness of NMT in general and the Affective States Pathway specifically as I have also seen significant improvements in my patients since I introduced it in my office a few weeks ago.
Monday, October 26, 2009
I just finished working with an 80 year old woman with temporal arteritis of several years duration. This autoimmune inflammation of the temporal artery in the head typically produces severe pain and often blindness from compromise of the optic nerve. This woman has been blind for 4 years. The onset was rapid with this disease, and she has had severe head pain continuously since onset. After 3 NMT sessions focusing on ASP (Affective States Pathway), she was free of head pain. She thought at moments that the vague sense of approaching a wall and seeing a surface in the most general way was a little brighter. Today she said she saw her hands last night in her lap as she spoke with her daughter. Today after her 5th ASP session, she was asked to look at her hands in her lap. She said she could see the outline of the fingers clearly and was able to see her fingers move as I asked her to move the hand. She has not had any vision besides the very general sense of approaching a wall since a few weeks after onset of the disease. Needless to say, she is pretty thrilled. I’m a little thrilled myself.
Leslie S. Feinberg, D.C.