Yesterday afternoon I treated a patient who had been complaining of a severe headache with NeuroModulation Technique (NMT). Today she sent me the following testimonial:
“I’m a 59 year old woman, and I had a severe headache that had lasted for 5 days. I was in my 6th day of pain. The pain was behind my eyes and around to the back of my head but I did not have other symptoms of a sinus headache. At one point, after laying back with a sinus pack on my head, my vision became blurry for over 5 minutes. Very scary. Dr. Bloem did a remote NMT treatment. Within 2 hours I was able to go to sleep and awoke in the morning without a headache. It is now evening and the headache reappeared for about 10 minutes at one point but has not recurred since. Thank you Dr. Bloem.”
This patient was treated with the NMT Attunement Energetics Pathway, one of many NMT pathways that can help patients with a wide range of physical, psychological, and emotional complaints. If a patient’s chief complaint is a severe headache, most physicians would recommend a pain killer such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, a narcotic analgesic, or a migraine medication. They may also recommend an antibiotic if they suspect that the patient may have a sinus infection. The downsides of prescribing such pharmaceuticals are that they may cause side effects and that there is the potential for developing tolerance and dependency.
I am grateful that with NeuroModulation Technique I have a safer method of helping my patients find relief from a wide variety of health problems. While I recognize that in some cases of severe headache urgent surgical or pharmaceutical therapy may be appropriate, I submit that in the majority of cases NMT is an appropriate first line of treatment when patients present with a headache.