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. Â I was in my 6th day of pain. Â 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. Â At one point, after laying back with a sinus pack on my head, my vision became blurry for over 5 minutes. Â Very scary. Â Dr. Bloem did a remote NMT treatment. Â Within 2 hours I was able to go to sleep and awoke in the morning without a headache. Â It is now evening and the headache reappeared for about 10 minutes at one point but has not recurred since. Â 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.